When Paul "Lobster" Wells was Associate Program Director at KLIV in San Jose, he told the consultant of station that Greg was the next big artist to make it nationally out the Bay Area music scene. This was at the time of "The Break Up Song" and Dwight’s firm, Burkhart, Abrams, Douglas & Assoc. had hundreds of client stations across the country. They
BAM Magazine began publication in 1976 on the premise that a free music magazine would attract readers if given away at record shops, musical instrument stores and concerts. Six months later, it paid off. BAM was the fastest growing publication in the United States. BAM focused on the California music scene, and produced the highly recognized Bay Area Music Awards (The BAMMIES) for over 25 years!