Quote:>>>They (all four? Or maybe just a couple of them) had a show on KPFK on late Saturday nights, something like 10:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. I remember them doing some of the skits that later showed up on Firesign's records. One of the golden days of radio! Patty<<<
Firesign Thaetre Roots tedalvy.com/fst.htm
In a January 20, 1967 FREEP article, L.A. Free Press writer Nat
Freedland listed Radio Free Oz on KPFK-FM Sundays through Thursdays
from 11 p.m. until 2 a.m.
July 24 - The first broadcast of Radio Free Oz over KPFK-FM [Los
Angeles] (Peter and various collaborators on the air five nights a
week until March.)
November 17 - The Firesign Theatre's first performance, "The Oz Film
Festival," a three-hour improvisation on Radio Free Oz.
March - The first broadcast of a four-hour radio documentary on the
American Indian, written and produced by Peter, David and Phil A.,
followed by a weekend Colloquium, followed by the first LOVE-IN,
organized by Radio Free Oz, which moved to KRLA-AM [Los Angeles] the
same day (March 26th).
Peace, Ted Alvy