Bay Area Radio Hall of Fame

From BARHOF’s program: For nearly three decades, Rosalie has been a familiar and beloved voice of KFOG, hosting the popular Acoustic Sunrise and Acoustic Sunset programs in addition to her regular weekend gig on the station, and serving as curator of the vast KFOG archives. In between, Rosalie also hosts the nationally-syndicated Putumayo World Music Hour.


From BARHOF’s program: A legendary voice of Classic Rock radio, Laurie arrived at San Jose’s original 98.5 KOME from Chico State, then moved to arch rival KSJO in 1985. A decade later, she returned to the 98.5 spot on the dial, now re-branded as KFOX. She has also graced the airwaves at KPIG, KHIP, and KBAY.


From BARHOF’s program: Kim broke into radio with an “entry level” gig at KSFO/KYA-FM, working alongside future Bay Area Radio Hall of Famers Gene Nelson, Carter B. Smith, Russ “The Moose” Syracuse and Al “Jazzbeaux” Collins, for whom she served as producer. Moved on to KNBR for eight years as traffic reporter on the iconic Frank and Mike Morning Show, then to KFOG for three years doing traffic and producing Dave Morey’s morning show. After a brief DJing detour to Portland, Kim returned to the Bay Area in 2004 as the trusted morning traffic voice of KCBS.