San Diego’s Stereo Favorites for July 8, 1977

Who remembers these songs from the Summer of 1977? B100.FM Now plays most of these songs (Stereo Favorites and Favorite New Music) Plus another couple of thousand from the ’70s and ’80s. Tune in…your song is coming. How many of the albums listed above are still in your vinyl collection? No, really we want to know. Someone borrowed our Barry Manilow Live album back in 1977 and we’d like it back. And for those who never heard of The Tidal WaveRead more

FLASHBACK: B-100’s Top 100 Hits of 1977 (part two)

By HERC, who Bobby has officially appointed to the newly added staff position of ‘B100.fm Chief Intern and All-Powerful Jedi Helper Guy’ Back at the end of July 2017, my wife read an article online about her favorite local radio disc jockey, Bobby Rich (that’s him above giving the thumbs up). The article said that he had retired in February but he was keeping busy running the internet station he started as a hobby in 2011. Curious about his internet station – Bobby’sRead more

FLASHBACK: B-100’s Top 100 Hits of 1977 (part one)

Since it first signed on in September 1959, KFMB-FM had featured beautiful music but by 1975 they were dead last in the three-way ratings race among beautiful music stations in San Diego. KFMB’s General Manager, Paul Palmer, sought a format change in March 1975 and consulted KFMB-AM Program Director, Bobby Rich. When Paul asked me what I thought we should do with it I said “Rock that turkey and go for the KCBQ audience.” He admitted that was what he hadRead more

A Millennial Gets It!

Bobby’s B100 is a digital (Internet-only)  radio station that’s keeping the real essence of radio alive. Launching streaming audio from their aptly named URL, B100.FM as a tribute to the legendary radio station in San Diego –  designed by its original architect. Yes, the award-winning, Hall of Fame broadcaster & radio guru Bobby Rich. B100 with its ‘Music & Fun’ theme was the true, raw radio experience that delivered number one ratings in any big city for the first time (1977Read more

The Original Cast of B-100

  This historic photo was taken the weekend before B-100 signed on for the first time (March 1975). Within a short period several Boogie Brothers and Sisters joined the B-100 family including Gary Kelley, “Just Kevin” Anderson, Phil Flowers, Glen McCartney, Ken “Beaver Cleaver” Levine, Cherie, J.R. Rogers, Gene Knight, Shotgun Tom Kelly, Danny Wilde, John Fox, Ellen K, Danny Romero, Mike Novak, Christopher Lance, Kathy Aunan, The Rich Brothers: Frank Anthony, Scott Kenyon, Pat Gaffey & Bobby Rich. The FirstRead more