Classic KYA Radio
It's been a while since we have talked about "new" found oldies radio stations. I've been listening to one lately on the internet: KYA, an AM Sterio broadcasting station licensed on 1260 kHz at San Francisco, California. You can find it here at:
Oldies Radio 1260 KYA - Golden Gate Great Oldies - Oldies Music
"Now, Gary Mora's CLASSIC 1260 KYA RADIO returns as your personal time machine, taking you back to the 1960s and 1970s (and even the 1950s!) with your favorite Golden Gate Greats and memories of cruising with your buddies, diggin' a drive-in movie on Friday night, checking out the funny cars at Fremont Drag Strip on Saturday, hanging out at Golden Gate Park, heading over to Playland At The Beach and all the things you loved about being a kid ... without the homework!"
"It was May 1, 1958, when San Francisco's original 1260/KYA first burst on the Bay Area scene with the greatest Top 40 music played anywhere. Over the next quarter century, popular personalities like Emperor Gene Nelson, Russ "The Moose" Syracuse, "Big Daddy" Tom Donahue, Johnny Holliday, Tom Campbell, Chris Edwards, Bwana Johnny, Mike Cleary, Gary Shaffer and Ed Hider and helped elevate the original 1260 KYA to legendary status."
If you enjoy oldies radio, give it a listen.