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. . . It's Creedence Clearwater Revival and his friends, in a big tent with sawdust on the floor . . .
Bleu is a native of East Grand Forks, Minnesota, and started his radio career in 1966 at hometown station KILO with the encouragement of University of North Dakota classmate Shadoe Stevens. A step up to KQWB in Fargo eventually led to KDWB in the Twin Cities, where he enjoyed major success for ten years.
His success in Minnesota opened the door to KHJ in Los Angeles, and in 1980, he moved to San Francisco, where he was twice named National Adult Contemporary Air Personality of the Year by Radio & Records. As of October 2005, Bleu was continuing a long run as Morning host on Star 101.3 FM in San Francisco.
REELRADIO congratulates Don Bleu on his induction into the Minnesota Broadcasters HOF and on his long and successful career in music radio.
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