Above: KPEN founding fathers James Gabbert
(left) and Gary Gielow
Join us on Tuesday, June 16, at the Doubletree
on the Berkeley Marina as we celebrate the unique
contributions of KPEN (101.3 FM) to the world of broadcasting.
It's a story of entrepreneurship, innovation and
a passion for radio that begins with two Stanford students named James
Gabbert and Gary Gielow, who started broadcasting on the fledgling FM
band in 1957 from a crumbling 120-year-old adobe hut on the Peninsula,
and grew it into the "Powerhouse In The Penthouse" — one of the nation's
strongest and most popular stations.
It's another wonderful opportunity to break
bread, enjoy a few laughs and spend an afternoon with your friends and
colleagues from Bay Area radio and television at our next fun-filled
out on attending the Legends Quarterly Luncheon...
Make Your Lunch Reservation Now!