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It operates a full-time satellite for San Jose and the South Bay, KFFG on 97.7 FM MHz.
The station airs an adult album alternative format, an eclectic variety of blues, reggae, folk, pop, and rock music from the 1990s to the present. The station signed on on February 4, 1960 as KBAY and was owned by Kaiser Broadcasting, a company started by local industrialist Henry J. The KFOG call letters have been around for decades, and were used when 104.5 played beautiful music.
There were two other rock stations in the South Bay - KSJO and KOME.
One San Francisco rock station, KSFX, switched to talk radio in May of that year.
Annalisa took over hosting duties for the program until its last broadcast on March 30, 2016.
In addition to the regular programs, there were occasional special shows, such as “Ten Turkeys” on Thanksgiving, “Hits From Hell” on any Friday the Thirteenth.
KFOG had a reputation for being devoted to their listeners, whom they called "Fogheads." The weekday morning show from 6 to 10 Pacific Standard time often featured prize giveaways (usually concert tickets), and guests candidly fielded questions from callers and e-mails.The station featured a wide range of music, from the psychedelic sounds of the Grateful Dead and Jefferson Airplane to newer artists such as Prince, the Eurythmics, and the Thompson Twins.They avoided more commercial bands such as Loverboy, which were widely played on many other AOR stations at the time.Annalisa returned to KFOG in 2014 and also returned to hosting [email protected] station held a popular outdoor concert, KFOG Ka Boom, at San Francisco's Piers 30 and 32 each May.