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Bob Coburn, Host of L.A. Radio Program 'Rockline,' Dies at 68

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November 2008 saw a change in syndicator when picked up Rockline, while Bob Coburn continued to be the host. The two guests who appeared the most are 19 times and 18 times. The main guests interviewed on the program were various musical artists of the rock genre, including both artists on Mondays and artists on Wednesdays. Several of the shows were also live performances. Bob Coburn was a lovely guy and the spirit of kindness. The station said he died Saturday of lung cancer after being diagnosed earlier this year.

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Bob Coburn, Host of L.A. Radio Program 'Rockline,' Dies at 68

Bob rock radio

Shortly thereafter, in January 2003, host Bob Coburn purchased the show from Premiere. Two years later, in November 2002, Premiere announced that 15 programs were being cut from their roster, including Rockline. He interviewed such superstars as , and on the program, where listeners could call in with questions. Later that same year, in November, Crystal Media Networks began syndicating the show. We have lost a legend in rock radio.

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On November 20, 2014, Coburn announced that Rockline would have its final broadcast on December 22, 2014. His radio home since 1980, Los Angeles station , announced Coburn's death on its website. Rockline was the first rock show online, on the internet, and ultimately, it was transmitted to the national public via CompuServe. The primary feature of the program was the ability for listeners to call live and ask questions to the guests. Axl Rose and Slash made their last interview together, in 1994, on Rockline. The first guests on the show were of the and of , on May 4, 1981.

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He was always one of our favorites to talk music with. Coburn was well known to rock stars and music fans as host of the weekly Rockline show, which ran from 1981 to 2014. Bob Coburn, Los Angeles radio personality and host of the nationally syndicated show Rockline, has died. It kept the same live, call-in format. . Rockline Genre Call-in interview, , Running time 90 minutes including commercials Country of origin Language s Hosted by Bob Coburn Recording studio Sunset Sound , Original release May 4, 1981 1981-05-04 — December 22, 2014 2014-12-22 No.

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BOBs ROCK RADIO

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With the Internet, Twitter accounts, hundreds of television channels and a more sophisticated press, artists are now literally at the fingertips of their fans. Founded in 1981, it was considered to be the longest running, uninterrupted program in history. Notable non-musical guests include then with running mate, then- from during their presidential campaign in 1992; and on December 16, 1993 radio superstar , the latter of whom was promoting his New Year's Eve. Coburn died of lung cancer on December 17, 2016, at age 68. Always a pleasure thru the years to be in yr company.

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Bob rock radio

Following his departure, there were three full-time hosts, , and , until March 10, 1997 when Coburn returned. Following that, Coburn was the lone host until the early 1990s. . . .

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