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Jan 30, 16 David Gandy Waterford
 
It was odd that I was thinking back to the times when I lived in the
barrecks in 73 and 74 at DM. My first exposure to FM radio...and a lot
of other things. It would be great to find some old faces..Anyhow..KWFM
was a great source of entertainment back in the day!!!
Jan 30, 16 Andy Olson radiofreephoenix.com
 
Coming up this afternoon (January 30th) at 5pm (Arizona time) & January
31st)Sunday at 3pm (Arizona time), Radio Free Phoenix will be
presenting "A tribute to Nina Joy", Arizona's first lady of FM Radio!

http://radiofreephoenix.com/whatsup/2016/01/26/nina-joy-tribute-on-radio-free-phoenix/
Jan 19, 16 David Rishor Tucson www.litesyncinc.com
 
What a pleasure it was to learn of this site!  Remember the daizz of
KWFM well, miss em a lot!  Thanks to John Jolly for sending this my
way! 
Dec 25, 15 steve howser bellbrook
 
Good Gaw-w-w-d Kevin. Just hit on your 10/14/07 post. What a past
blast.I was a choo-choo's around '73-'74.Wonder whatever became of Zeke
(night mgr./bouncer at Choo's). Miss weekends with Joe and the boys from
Weasel. We went to 'Flag' a few times to hear them at their home
bar-Shakey Jake's. That mural on the pool room wall was done by one of
the people who followed me here when I left the D.C. mkt. for K-dub
early 70's. The long haired dude on the wall with the pool cue is moi
(40-yrs.ago). Thanks for your contribution down memory lane. And a HUGE
SHOUT-OUT TO TIM for his tireless efforts in originating and maintaining
this site.
Nov 30, 15 Janie Snyder Bakersfield, CA (formerly Tucson)
 
I am so sorry to hear about Nina Joy's passing. She was an inspiration
and a role model for me. The world of radio has lost a great one.