CHRS KRE Building 601 Ashby Ave. RADIO ACTIVITY DAY/ RADIO CLINIC, Steve Kushman interview with Jon

January 6, 2010

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CHRS KRE Building 601 Ashby Ave. RADIO ACTIVITY DAY/ RADIO CLINIC, Steve Kushman interview with Jon Hammond Photo: Radio Clinic In Progress: CHRS Vice President Scott Robinson shown conducting Radio Clinic Jan. 2, 2010 STEVE KUSHMAN of CHRS on HammondCast in Studios of Radio KREhttp://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=4448374658844840359&ei=IpdES5HPMaCsqAOI3P3VDQ&q=kushman+hammond# Steve Kushman the President of California Historical Radio Society aka CHRS interview by Jon Hammond on HammondCast Show KYOURADIO & KYCY 1550 AM. Interview with Steve and Jon filmed inside the historical studios of Radio KRE Berkeley CA built in 1937 and currently operated by the California Historical Radio Society as the premier Radio Museum and Headquarters of CHRS. One of KRE's many claims to fame was it's use as the set for Wolfman Jack's appearance in George Lucas' 'American Graffiti'. Jon Hammond. The audio portion of this interview was heard on Jon Hammond's daily radio program HammondCast Show STEVE KUSHMAN of CHRS on HammondCast in Studios of Radio KRE Watch Video *Here: HammondCast KYOU Radio with special guests Stephen Ferrone and Steve Kushman http://kyouradio.com/player.php?id=15887 HammondCast 155 KYOURADIO with special guest STEPHEN FERRONE interview & music "Person to Person", "Pick Up The Pieces", "Pocket Funk" and guest/intvw. STEVE KUSHMAN of California Historical Radio Society aka CHRS ©JH INTL. http://www.HammondCast.com 45 minutes MP3 Ben Fong-Torres Radio Waves ". One of them is Jon Hammond on most weekdays at 3 p.m. "The old-time spirit lives on AM again" says Hammond an organist accordionist composer and radio vet dating back to the late '50s on KPFA. "Recently I played in Shanghai and I could listen to my show in my hotel room at the Ritz Shanghai streaming crystal-clear on my Powerbook." In other words you can get better reception in China than in Chinatown. Ben Fong-Torres is a freelance writer whose column appears every other Sunday." M. Dung, whose "Sunday Night Idiot Show" was dropped from the new KFRC, despite being an oldies show, is continuing, but only online, at kyouradio.com from 6 to 8 p.m. Says Dung: "Not as cool as being on the radio, but better than nothing." Ditto Jon Hammond, globe-trotting musician and host of the excellent "Hammondcast," an hour of "funk, swing and soul" at 3 p.m. weekdays. Ben Fong-Torres, SF Gate, CHRS, Steve Kushman, California Historical Radio Society, Local 802 Musicians Union, Jazz, Funk Soul Blues, B3 organ, Accordion, XK-3c, XK-1, Fender Tube Amps, Band-Master, Twin Reverb, Wolfman Jack, KYOU Radio

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