Above: KPEN founding fathers James Gabbert
(left) and Gary Gielow
Join us this June 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!