Radio Station Information
KSAN 107.7 FM
City of License:
San Mateo, CA
San Francisco, CA
Cumulus Media (Radio License Holding Src LLC)
KSAN is an FM radio station broadcasting at 107.7 MHz. The station is licensed to San Mateo, CA and is part of the San Francisco, CA radio market. The station broadcasts Rock music programming and goes by the name "The Bone 107.7" on the air. KSAN is owned by Cumulus Media.
KSAN-HD1 Rock, KSAN-HD2 The Bone 2
Station Coverage Map
Most Played Artist
Van Halen, The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, AC/DC, Aerosmith, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, ZZ Top, U2, The Jimi Hendrix Experience, The Who, Bad Company, Lynyrd Skynyrd, The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Boston, Pearl Jam, Foreigner, The Doors, Guns N' Roses, Foo Fighters
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Listener Comments and Reviews
This station is a lame excuse for a Mainstream Rock station. They play The Beatles and Fleetwood Mac. If you like bands like that, then listen to a Classic Rock station.
By: Jeffrey on January 16, 2014
Hello. 50 years ago this summer Warner Bros. released our record, "Mill Valley" by Miss Abrams and the Strawberry Point School Third Grade Class. It became an international hit and we appeared in Rolling Stone (we were 18 year-old Annie Liebowitz's first assignment) Life Magazine, Newsweek, on the Smothers Brothers show, and on many of the local radio stations. Francis Ford Coppola shot the music video which is on YouTube. So it would be great to have KSAN do a nostalgia piece on the record's 50th anniversary! Thanks so much, Rita Abrams
By: Rita Abrams on June 17, 2020
In my 20's, I used to to visit the station, back then it was KSOL. Prior to the passage of the telecommunications act, Ownership was limited to two AM, two FM, and 1 TV stations in a single market. now, there really isn't a restrictions. The San Francisco market has been taken over by iHeart media, and stations like KSOL are gone. Bring back radio diversity !
By: Mark Roberts on May 7, 2021
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