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Date Posted: 07:28:40 01/20/12 Fri
Author: WTK
Subject: Re: KQV-FM Turning Into WDVE
In reply to: Bill Fike 's message, "Re: KQV-FM Turning Into WDVE" on 14:30:30 01/19/12 Thu

You may have been right about KQV-FM's last day. I wasn't listening a lot at that point, but as I said in the above post, it was WDVE by the time they tracked "Jesus Christ Superstar" in late December.

Tony Pigg had been at KSAN in San Francisco, one of the first album rockers, programmed by the late Tom Donahue. Like Donahue, he previously worked at KYA, S.F.'s legendary top 40 "Boss of the Bay," where he was Tony Bigg. Sometime in 1970, ABC added Mr. Pigg (as the New York Times would call him), Dave Herman and J.J. Jackson to its taped format along with "Brother John" Rydgren.

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