Tuesday, June 19, 2007


http://www.kfxm.com/ If you like music from the 1950s, 1960s and maybe even the 1970s go to this website and listen to the station. It's 96.7 KFXM out of Lancaster, Ca. The great thing about it is that you don't hear all the same music oldies stations usually play.
Yesterday they played Jennifer Eccles by the Hollies, and Bluebird by Buffalo Springfield. This is normal. Yes you may still hear Brown Eyed Girl by Van Morrison (but not on a regular basis) and Happy Together by The Turtles, but you just may hear Buy For Me The Rain by The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
You get a regular dose of Buddy Holly, Eddie Cochran, Everly Brothers and Gene Vincent, too. Hey I've actually heard The Big Bopper's Wedding on there, too.Great 1960's jingles, and very limited commercials.
Most of the time, there are no DJs, but sometimes on the weekends, you will hear a few such as Chris Compton and Big Bad Bill.


Bill Earl said...

Actually, it's "Big Bad Bill"...Saturdays from Noon-4pm on KFXM...
Thank you, Doug, for the plug :)

Rosemead CA
(aka "Big Bad Bill")
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KFXM Tiger Radio & K/MEN 129 in Doug's Stuff Room said...

Sorry about that Bill!

Anonymous said...

You'll also hear some of the world's worst "oldies" that you've never even heard of, and wish you'd never heard of once they play on KFXM...Ugh. KFXM plays about 75% crap, much of it in big blocks of crap back-to-back. What a joke of a station.

If you ever want to secretly kill off your wife, force her to listen to KFXM for 24 hours.