The Broadcast Legends hope you’ll join us on Wednesday, June 29, at the Basque Cultural Center in South San Francisco as we welcome back live Legends events with a celebration of our Legendary Station for 2022, KMEL 106 FM – The Camel!
KMEL 106 is a heritage Bay Area FM radio station that had it’s beginning in 1946 in San Francisco and has had multiple owners, along with multiple call letter and format switches throughout its legendary history.
Something different, we are going to join CHRS for “RADIO DAY ON THE BAY 2021 ABOARD THE U.S.S. HORNET,” Saturday, December 18th from 8am to 3pm in Alameda. Hornet admission $20 adults, $15 Seniors/Students/Veterans, Juniors $10, under six free. Bring the whole family to see this amazing ship.
PLEASE NOTE: Due to growing concerns about the coronavirus outbreak, this event has been cancelled. If you have purchased tickets to the event you have a credit for the next (or future) luncheon. If you would prefer a refund, please contact us via phone at 1-650-274-0453 or email.
Commercial radio reaches its one-hundredth birthday in 2020, and the Broadcast Legends will celebrate the occasion by turning back the clock to 1955!
In 1955, television marked the 35th anniversary of commercial radio with a special broadcast of Ed Sullivan‘s popular weekly “Toast of the Town” variety show, in which the stone-faced host welcomed early stars of network radio, including Rudy Vallee, Jack Benny, George Burns and many others.
It’s bound to be a really big shoe – errr, show – on Friday, December 13, when the erstwhile Broadcast Legends put on their annual holiday celebration luncheon at the magnificent Basque Cultural Center in South San Francisco.
A full afternoon of lively entertainment is planned to accompany the delightful food and drinks that will be served.
The Broadcast Legends‘ annual celebration of Bay Area radio excellence will take place on Saturday, September 21, at the Basque Cultural Center in South San Francisco.
The luncheon will honor the latest inductees into the Bay Area Radio Hall of Fame, as well as the recipients of this year’s Sherwood Awards – the “people’s choices” for the Bay Area’s most popular radio stars.