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Angotti was responsible for launching the careers of UB40, Steel Pulse, Pato Banton, Tippa Irie, Macka B, Mad Professor and many other British-based artists.
He would venture to Jamaica to document the roots of reggae and recorded Peter Tosh's final interview before his untimely death.
These artists could include anyone from San Francisco Bay Area psychedelic music act It's a Beautiful Day, blues rock group Electric Flag, to progressive rock acts such as the Moody Blues.
Outside the Los Angeles area, the station gained a huge following from heavy metal fans across the United States (via marketing and selling of t-shirts, stickers, compact discs, etc., with ads in heavy metal fan magazines). M.), who went on to become the announcer on Don Kirshner's ABC TV show In Concert (Ladd has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame). M to Midnight) was the first at KNAC to appear in the L. Jolley would later become a motion picture producer and mentor chairman of the Producers Guild of America.
KNAC had a reputation as a cutting-edge station that played music that would later be added to stations like KROQ-FM.
Bands like The Jam, Lone Justice, The Blasters, Elvis Costello and Dave Edmunds frequently visited the station's Long Beach studio.
In February 1998, however, KNAC was revived as an internet-based radio station.
Prior to 1986, KNAC had existed in several different formats, including "freeform" and "Rock N Rhythm", which was a new wave/alternative rock station.