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1985 L.A. Weekly ran a Story (by Michael Dare) 3pm to 3:3pm(pst)
Said there was a Love in At Griffith Park.By the Merry Go Round..
Being I was From San Francisco I Believed it..I called all My Musician Friends..
Said they're Having a Love in at the Park..KOOL
So We Get there & Someone tells Us It Was An April Fools Day Joke..
We Didn't Care.We Broke out Our Guitars & had our own Love In.
Everyone Passing By..That thought it was Real..Stopped & Joined in.
a few 100 in all..A Good time was Had by All..So Every Yr.After That.
I Would Hand Out !00's of Flyers..We'd do it again the first Sun..of April.
The L.A. Weekly would always run a story on it .Being it was Their Joke.
it went for 10 yrs 1985 to 1995 when I came Back to San Francisco Bay Area
Lot of Great People Came & Played With Us..Capt.Ed..would Bring His Tribe
From The Heads & Highs Head Shop..SiFi Writer George Clayton Johnston..
Jack Herer..Musicians..Honey Davis,,Carlos Guitarlos..Fish Karma.
P.F.Sloan..Billy Katz..Naomi Ruth Eisenberg..Matt Gleson.Starvin Band.Juri Koll.
Brad Stubbs..Michael Dare.All the People from Al's Bar Would Come down in Mass.
So anyone that came To any of the Love ins..Please Call in..
Today's show is all about your backyard and creating the ultimate party station.
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