Lars
alars
"My journey with KZFR started in 1988 in the Radio Shack store in Paradise Cal. The clerk who waited on me turned out to be Larry Bennett who was a huge proponent of KZFR in those early days. He enthusiastically told me about this new radio station. I said that I had wanted to be a DJ since childhood and told him I was an avid record collector. His reply was “Come to a meeting” which I did. After studying and obtaining an FCC Radio Operator’s License, I was ready to rock n’ roll and in July of 1990 “The Dinosaur Hour” was born. In the beginning, KZFR had no microwave link from studio to the transmitter, so I would go to this little makeshift studio and record 5 half hour reel to reel tapes every Friday morning which would then be taken to the transmitter to be played directly on the air at 7:30. It was interesting to say the least, to listen to my show on Friday evening with friends. It often became a bit of a dance party. KZFR has always been a labor of love for me. I’ve worked at countless events and served on the Board of Directors twice through the years. Love each other and Love KZFR!"