After 17 years of Sunday night oldies, radio station 98.1 KISS FM has changed!
His oldies show was a legend in our Bay Area. His sweet sexy voice and dedications made listening to the program ‘muy firme’!
Here’s what he said:
I am humbled by your overwhelming support and concern.
I started my career at KISS 17 years ago with no radio experience and no expectations. Michael Erickson changed my life when he gave me (a kid with no direction and just a dream) an opportunity of a life time. Together we launched the Sunday Night Oldies Show on 98.1 KISS FM not knowing what to expect. I was given a purpose and a platform to let my voice be heard and reach out to people not just in California but all over the World Wide Web. The show touched people of all ages and nationalities, cultural backgrounds people you would never expect to have anything in common. The music set the mood but it was the callers that made the show. The stories of love, heart break, triumph and sadness followed by your reaction and compassion made our program more than a show but an experience.
To all my listener I thank you for all the years of support and love. To all my co-workers I thank you for the inspiration and guidance. Fortunately my story is not over. I will be on the air Weekdays from 3p to 8p on the New 98.1 The Breeze. I hope you continue to support me and be part of my new radio journey.
Con todo Corazon I love you all.
His new station!
Join me from 3 – 8p on the New 98.1 The Breeze.
Playing 10,000 Favorites in a Row Commercial Free.
We’ve got some good ones for you. Check it out at http://981thebreeze.iheart.com
Last Wednesday, the former KISQ (98.1 KISS) became the adult contemporary “The Breeze,” with an announcement saying it will play 10,000 songs commercial-free — the likes of Celine Dion, Rod Stewart, Whitney Houston, Michael Bolton and Vanessa Williams.
Connect with Tony!
Come out to Pete’s on Friday, April 29, 2016. Listen to Cruising Classics and forgotten favorites.
* No Cover
* 21 and over
* 9pm -2am
Hope to see you there!