W R F N RADIO FREE NAPTOWN
Bootleg Radio . . . a true story
 

MUSIC

Broadcasting as Radio Free Naptown, WRFN, on 1170 KHz, the format was based on alternative underground music as performed by groups not heard on Top-40 radio and album cuts of some Top-40 artists, under the direction of the supreme Music Dictator.

The notorious Woodstock "Fish" Cheer? Yes, it really hit the air - by accident. The Music Dictator was not happy.

SIGNATURE AUDIO
WAKS, WQRK, and the first Radio Free Naptown/WRFN Sign-On and Sign-Off theme
Dave Clark 5: Catch Us If You Can

Radio Free Naptown Sign-On and Sign-Off theme
Creedence Clearwater Revival: Bootleg (from the 1969 album Bayou Country)

"Radio Free Naptown, Where You Get High On The Music"
Spoken over Quicksilver Messenger Service: Who Do You Love (from the 1969 album Happy Trails)




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