It's Was 1967 All Over Again On KCUV
June 22, 2007 at 5:46 AM (PT)
YESTERDAY was JUNE 21 -- 1967 -- on NRC AAA KCUV/DENVER. The station featured daylong programming from 40 years ago. All music, commercials, news and sports items, interviews and airstaff were vintage 1967. KCUV Special Projects Director G BROWN was Executive Producer of KCUV’s "Summer of Love."
From 6a until 7p, KCUV played hits and rare tracks from "The Summer of Love," presented by some of the pioneers of DENVER’s early "Progressive Radio" stations. BILL CLARKE, formerly of KLZ; BILL ASHFORD, formerly of KFML; MAX FLOYD, formerly of KLZ; and JAY COOPER, formerly of KFML, hosted their own shows all day in the style of 40 years ago. THOM TRUNNELL of KFML filed "live" reports from the scene of the MONTEREY POP FESTIVAL in CALIFORNIA.
RICHIE FURAY of BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD visited the studio to talk about the group’s recording of their second album and to play songs from the upcoming disc live on the air.