The Flower Power Hour features music from the Golden Age of Flower Power – the 60’s and 70’s, plus like-minded tunes from the 80’s right up to today. Album rock radio veteran Ken Rundel and his wife MJ host this ode to peace, love, and rock and roll from the George Carlin Memorial Studio in the Bamboo Peace Palace, Eureka Springs, Arkansas. They rekindle your flower power spirit with great album rock, including deep tracks you’ve forgotten or never heard of. Plus they’ll turn you on to the best new music coming out today. Period comedy and interviews with the artists are also part of our Flower Power experience.
The Flower Power Hour is available at no cost to your station and can be run as a one, two, or three hour show. It currently streams on broadcast and internet stations in the U.S., Spain, Scotland, Australia, and New Zealand.
Ken Rundel’s extensive radio experience included early stays at WVIC, Lansing, MI, and w-4, Detroit. Next up was the legendary album-rocker, “The Zoo” in Dallas, where he was program director and had the #1 rated midday show. He’s interviewed dozens of musical icons and lists Joan Baez, Steve Miller, Nancy Wilson, Keith Reed, Willie Nelson, Don Mclean, Roger McGuinn, and Michael Brewer as some of his favorites. Other stops included Q-102, KZPS, KOAI, KRBE and KXCC in Texas, and the ABC Radio Classic Rock Network, where he was the top-rated jock. Ken’s also been an attorney, actor, and improv comedian and instructor.
MJ grew up in St. Louis, Missouri, addicted to the heritage album rocker, KSHE-95. Her extensive knowledge of rock and roll as well as her talent as an artist gave her incredible backstage access to all the early icons of album rock, including Cat Stevens, Alvin Lee, Jon Anderson, Donovan, Randy California, Elton John, and Ian Anderson. Her beautiful, mind-blowing posters graced the dressing room doors of all the greats.
The Flower Power Hour: Peace, Love, and Rock and Roll.