KAAY

Reviews For KAAY

This was some of the best clear channel radio broadcast in the 60's and 70's. Little Rock's 50,000 watt AM radio station.
Like the other reviewer, discovering KAAY in the middle of the night was a gift of music when it was hard or near impossible to hear this music anywhere on the airwaves, eventually F M underground radio filled the void. Thanks to Clyde for opening my eyes and ears to so much great music. I too once spoke with Clyde sometime around 1971ish. Great program. I miss Clyde and beaker street. Or maybe youth. Thanks Clyde and pre-change early 70s KAAY!
Talk about taking me back in tme. When I was a kid and first heard Clyde Clifford and KAAY Beaker Street, I couldn't wait for the local AM stations to shut down for the night ( remember, this is the late 60's and early 70's when FM wasn't even ready for the air waves until 1974, so all the AM stations that were under a different license than their big brothers like WGN or CBS had to shut down for the night) and tune this fantastic station in. If it weren't for Beaker Street, I would never have found Blue Oyster Cult or ZZ Top. It got even better when I joined the Air Force and was stationed at Lackland. Even when I reached Grand Forks AFB in North Dakota, there was that once in a while chance when the atmospherics werejust right, I could get KAAY faintly. God, do I wish for the old days once in a while. I once spoke with Clyde clifford back in the 80's and was surprised to find out that he was with another station. He's a great guy and broadcaster. These podcast wil be listened to over and over again.