Submitted by Name: LINDA HAMILL From: CLACKAMAS, OR E-mail: Contact
Comments: HI KISN, Hey, since 95.1 will be the new station, what will happen to all the 91 derful jingles. need some jingles for 95.1. Also, since the power of the station is less power, will we all get to hearr it?
LOVE KISN! CAN HARDLY WAIT!
Added: April 17, 2015
Submitted by Name: Brenda Dyer From: Portland, OR E-mail: Contact
Comments: You forgot a couple of my favorites: Mike O'Brien and Ron "Ugly" Thompson.
I was an almost exclusive KiSn listener through my teens.
Added: April 4, 2015
Submitted by Name: James Rozee From: Portland ,or. E-mail: Contact
Submitted by Name: Jon Spencer From: Portland Oregon E-mail: Contact
Comments: I lived next door to Pat Pattie in the 60's off of 9000 block of St. Louis street in St. John's from 61-67. I played a lot with his kid "Spooky" and remember going into his office and seeing a painting of a naked women "velvet?" We knew he was a "disk jockey" and the house was always dark. There was a Mic set up but I'm not sure if he worked from his house. He had a modified stock-car in his single car garage that we ran over when he fired it up, he may have run at the Jansen Beach track. I also recall he had a 60's Corvette and would sometimes give us kids rides throwing us into the seat has he accelerated. Most of this could be wrong but it's my recollections and I sticking with them. Love seeing the old logo and web presence.
Added: March 14, 2015
Submitted by Name: doug fisher From: medford. or E-mail: Contact
Comments: I listened to you while I was in college here in PDX during the 60ies. So glad to c u r back. How ever. You've gone with Mexican music? Channel 95.1 only yielded that genre. Where are the oldies!?
Added: February 12, 2015
Submitted by Name: John Ross Hart From: San Tan Valley, Arizona E-mail: Contact
Comments: Thank you, Good Guys, for using my "Wikipedia" description of KISN. Although I have written other "Wiki" articles, this one remains special. It was written with love and admiration for one of the GREATEST radio stations from the Golden Era of Top 40 Radio. The rest of the story? I can't tell. It is best told by Roger W., Tiger Tom, Brother Roger Hart, Dave Records, Pat Pattee, and so many other "voices" who manned the board at "KISN Corner." I've said it before and I'll say it again. KISN was the greatest Top 40 station I ever heard!
Added: February 6, 2015
Submitted by Name: Brenda Mabee Morris From: Battle Ground, WA E-mail: Contact
Comments: Looking forward to having you back on the air again. I miss you guys and the wonderful memories that the music you play bring back for me. I grew up listening to Kisn, the best station ever! Did anyone besides me notice the typo on your survey of Sept. 10, 1968? You have put "IN-A-DA-GADDA-VIDA" instead of IN-A-GADDA-DA-VIDA... LOL Praying you get the funds to get up and stay running!
Added: February 2, 2015
Submitted by Name: Lynne Metz From: First Californa now Portland OR E-mail: Contact
Comments: I don't know what URL address is but I would give any thing to hear you again.
Added: January 14, 2015
Submitted by Name: LOWELL KING From: MILWAUKIE E-mail: Contact
Comments: Just a thought when we come back on 95.1 FM. What about published on line KISN BIG TOP 10 Survey list, each month of the most popular voted Solid Gold Oldies. As heard on KISN 95.1 FM. A Super Oldies Hit Survey and current pictures of the on air DJ's that looks close to the surveys of the 60's something the KISN Lisners can print off if they like. Maybe Scott Young can use his talent and come up with a cool looking Survey. Sincerely, Lowell