Gathered in a log cabin
in Hackensack, somebody suggested we spin
the dial on the radio and look for the
new station that was rumored to have gone on
the air. We knew it was "public" and focused
our attention on the low end of the dial.
Within minutes we heard something that was
so different from the usual radio that we
knew we had found it!
The programmer was playing
the blues, and I was hooked. It was the
start of a lifelong relationship with KAXE
that began with music, then a
membership, training as a programmer
and a seat on the KAXE Board of Directors.
It is my community and my home wherever I