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Razor Blades and Splicing Tape: This audio archive page is dedicated to my fellow travelers on a free-form progressive rock journey. First, a quick profile so that you and I can become better acquainted before listening to the audio files of my rock radio adventure.

KMET-FM, Los Angeles, CA; KWST-FM, Los Angeles, CA; KNAC-FM, Los Angeles, CA; KPRI-FM, San Diego, CA; KYMS-FM, Anaheim, CA; KFXM, San Bernardino, CA, KTKT, Tucson, AZ, KCLB-FM, Palm Springs, CA, and various other stations.

During the late 60s, 70s, and 80s you and I were the early pioneers of "Free Form FM Progressive Rock Radio" as we chronicled music history and documented the social changes that were taking place in America!

So many people have influenced my life and career. In the same way I hope that I can return the favor and be a positive influence on you. If you would like to contribute material or comment on this electronic community connection you can contact us at:

I am currently in the process of digitizing and posting my radio interviews from the 1980s, 1990s, 2000s, and beyond. Check back in the future for updates on their availability.



Ronald Reagan
Interviewing Governor Ronald Reagan at KFXM in 1968. Asked Mr. Reagan about his removing of funding for State Universities which sparked demonstrations/riots on many State College campuses.
Tommy Bolin
Hanging out with Tommy Bolin of Deep Purple during radio show at KNAC-FM in 1974. Tommy was a good friend and frequent visitor to the Bobby Blue show.
Bobby Blue's Rockola
The weekly syndicated television rock show in the late 70's and early 80's "Bobby Blue's Rockola Friday Night" featured National and local acts. Watch: The Mechanics from Los Angeles.
Rick Wakeman
Pictured with David Measham, conductor of the London Symphony Orchestra (passed away 6th February 2005), Ron McCoy (KNAC-FM), and Rick Wakeman (of the rock group Yes) at debut of "Journey to the Center of the Earth" at KNAC-FM in 1974.