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KBPI Radio FM 1059 Denver

WIKIPEDIA HISTORY: “KBPI started at 105.9 in 1965. During the 1970s and 1980s, its television commercials featured a blonde woman lip-synching with bits of popular Rock songs and DJ’s voices, and the tagline “KBPI Rrrrrrrrocks the Rrrrockies!” This catchphrase is still used in advertising and for a while the campaign was used at other rock radio stations in the United States and Canada. The “blonde woman” AKA “KBPI’s Remarkable Mouth” was Kelly Harmon, sister of actor Mark Harmon.”

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KBPI Survey – March 27th, 1971

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KBPI Survey – August 23rd, 1971

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KBPI Survey – September 6th, 1971

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KBPI Survey – September 20th, 1971

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KBPI Survey – September 27th, 1971

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KBPI Survey – October 25th, 1971

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KBPI Survey – November 14th, 1971

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KBPI Survey – May 12th, 1972

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KBPI Survey – June 9th, 1972

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KBPI Survey – July 21st, 1972

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KBPI Survey – July 28th, 1972

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KBPI Survey – August 4th, 1972

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KBPI Recordings

LP – Capitol Custom 8169 – “Summertrip” – 1975

KBPI - CAPITOL 8169 (3) KBPI - CAPITOL 8169 (4)

KBPI - CAPITOL 8169 (1) KBPI - CAPITOL 8169 (2)

LP – Columbia AS 536 – Various Artists – “Big Red Music” – 1978

RADIO KBPI BIG RED (1) RADIO KBPI BIG RED (2)

RADIO KBPI BIG RED - COL RADIO KBPI BIG RED - COL_0001 RADIO KBPI BIG RED (3)

LP – Columbia 16388 – “Pete Mac Kay’s Nostalgia Rock Vol. 1” – 1981 (mass market LP)

KBPI MACKAY (1) KBPI MACKAY (2)

KBPI - CSP 16398 - KBPI - CSP 16398 - _0001

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