Jesse Block is a San Francisco based Director, Videographer and Editor. He has directed episodes on broadcast programs such as BET's Jazz Central, Sci Fi Channel's The Anti-Gravity Room, and ABC's Live From The Starlight Room. His documentaries include Brotherly Jazz-The Words and Music of The Heath Brothers, The Dragon Master Showcase and PBS's New Year's Special - Hot Tuna 25 Years and Runnin' and John Cippollina Electric Guitarslinger.
Eric Christensen worked for Tom Donahue at Autumn Records and Tempo Productions in the early sixties. Eric became the youngest program director in ABC history at age 21 at KSFX. He followed that up with a 36 year career at ABC 7 TV in San Francisco. After that, he produced and directed documentaries The Trips Festival and The Cover Story-Album Art, and co-produced a documentary KORLA on legendary musician Korla Pandit.
Jim first listened to KSAN while in high school. At San Francisco State he got an internship at KSAN and went on to work as an engineer, production assistant and DJ.
Jim also worked on dozens of KSAN live shows. He saved many of the images and media you'll see on the film - from the garbage bin - after the station was sold in 1980. Jim also directs video production for concerts, marketing, sales, TV, & Feature Documentaries. Jim Co-Directed the 1991 Documentary: John Cippollina Electric Guitarslinger with Jesse Block, which played at the Mill Valley Film Festival. He Co-Produced the KSAN Live Jive CD with Kenny Wardell in 2014.
Kenny Wardell Sr. was adept at working both sides of the radio fence. He was a promo man for RCA Records and was enough of a radio nut dating back to his times at KZAP in Sacramento that he managed do fill-ins on KSAN. He went on to do stellar promotional work for KMEL, then KFOG. He then got into television, at KTVU, and sports, working with the 49ers and with the NFL Pro Bowl before returning to radio, at KCBS. He operates BAM Media and his own PR agency, SFPR.
Jay "Randy" Gordon
Randy Gordon is a Marin County-based Producer, Writer (CineSOURCE Magazine since 2009 and author of BusiBUZZ , a 2006 book on Business Buzzwords). He specializes in Strategic Alliances/Promotions/Business Development/Marketing Communications . Randy has multiple game credits from his several years working in marketing on PC and console videogames for companies such as Sony PlayStation and Ubisoft Entertainment. Randy graduated business school from UCLA Anderson where he took all of his electives in the UCLA Producers Program.
Randy has worked on Music and Videogame tours across America, and he loves music, the SF Bay Area, and the Northern California local bands scene.