I asked Bill Moen if it’s all over, he responded Sorry Rob, but “all good things etc etc,” even after all these years! Thanks for listening and good health to you Bill
really miss it.where is it?
Is something wrong? Is KABL returning? I sure hope so.
Always need my daily dose of KABL, specially during these Corona Virus,/ Win an Flu days. It puts a big ol smile on my face in these challenging times. God Bless America, our President for wisdom, and,prayers for our country to be supportive of our great Republic.
The best station ever. So, so sad that KABL is going...
Working away in the kitchen making a good Scottish Leek and Tattie (potato) soup when you perk me up playing one of my favourites John Gary, a singer not heard of in general here in Scotland, as someone brought up on Sinatra, Martin and Nat King Cole I had to put John Gary onto that list.
The best. I love it.
love this radio station
In the air and everywhere, such a treat to be the Sunday morning host 9am-12pm PST.
great music for all the time thanks
quelle radio formidable !
A rebuttal to Steve Gouveia's review: Actually, KABL uses the cable car bell sounder all the time, and the "In The Air, Everywhere" tagline is used regularly.
Best damn internet music radio station on the Internet!
I just rediscovered KABL radio online (I can't get the AM broadcast from San Mateo, CA) . I wish they would use the cable car bell with the tag line "In the air, everywhere". The Internet feed just has regular call signs .. which happens every 2-3 selections. I would like to hear more music that was actually played during the early years of the station (Crosby, Sinatra, etc.) The other night I heard mama's and popa's... that didn't happen until the station was sold in the mid 60's. There is also too much computer automation, songs go from one to the next without a break or identification of the song and artist as it originally was. Please bring KABL back to what it was in the beginning. Thanks