KHJ History of Rock & Roll Poster

This is a promotional poster for KHJ’s “The History of Rock & Roll.” Measures 18" x 24". The text on the poster reads:

“The History of Rock & Roll”

KHJ Boss Jock The Real Don Steele, one of America’s most influential disk jockies (sic), and Capitol hit recording artist Glen Campbell, have both been involved in the historical rise to popularity of song writer Jim Webb, whose first gold record was “MacArthur Park,” recorded by Richard Harris. Milestone Webb compositions Glen Campbell has recorded and The Real Don Steele has introduced on the air include “Wichita Lineman,” “Galveston,” “Where’s the Playground, Susie?”

Glen is the star of his own television show, featuring the top singers and groups in today’s pop music, the magic names and sounds that are hit-spun into popularity on Boss Radio by The Real Don Steele. Glen Campbell and The Real Don Steele ... names you’ll see and hear more and more of as their careers write new chapters in the never-ending “History of Rock & Roll.”

The Boss Jocks invite you to collect and keep each poster in this limited-edition collector’s series. If you would like additional posters, write to KHJ “History of Rock & Roll” Poster, c/o KHJ Radio, 5515 Melrose, Hollywood, California 90038. These posters, available only while they last, are the compliments of ... 93/KHJ Boss Radio in Los Angeles
KHJ History of Rock & Roll Poster