1926-1975. A true innovator; the father of all Good Radio. Member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. In 1967 - already a radio veteran, and a successful Top 40 jock - he turned KMPX-FM in San Francisco into the first commercial freeform radio station, playing not only the New and the Kewl, but also non-rock, non-pop musics. Later moved to KPPC in L.A. (and back to SF, to KSAN), bringing the un-format with him; his idea spread to markets across the US. Then the sharks moved in...

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