Archival collection KQRS Collection

Summary
Collection Number:
ARC-0452
Dates:
Inclusive, 1973-1976
Size:
5.0 Linear feet (4 records cartons) 
Language(s):
English
Citation:

[Identification of Item], KQRS Collection, Library and Archives, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum.

Abstract:
Program director, disk jockey, and producer at KQRS radio in Minneapolis/St. Paul from 1968-1980. Includes advertisements played on KQRS for upcoming concerts and album releases during Shel Danielson's radio shows from 1973 to 1976.
Finding Aid Permalink:
http://catalog.rockhall.com/catalog/ARC-0452
Scope and Contents note

The KQRS Collection contains audio reel-to-reel tapes of advertisements played on KQRS radio for upcoming concerts and album releases during disc jockey Shel Danielson's radio shows from 1973 to 1976; two CDs containing digital versions of the taped advertisements; and an early interview with Patti Smith, also on CD. Some of the advertisements have been produced twice for separate audiences: one audience being the more "mainstream" crowd; the second, the "alternative" crowd. The collection provides an example of targeted music marketing from the mid-1970s.

Biographical Note

Shel Danielson was a program director, disk jockey, and producer at KQRS radio in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area from 1968 to 1980, and at other stations from 1970 to 1996.

Sources

"Shel Danielson." LinkedIn. Last modified 2013. Accessed June 10, 2013. http://www.linkedin.com/in/sheldanielson

Custodial History note

The KQRS Collection was received by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, Inc., as a gift from Shel Danielson on May 15, 2013.

Processing Information

Processed by Ned Denby, Intern. Completed June 14, 2013. Descriptive sources and standards used to create this inventory: DACS and local processing manual.

Conditions Governing Access note

Collection is open for research. Patrons must sign the Acknowledgment of Legal Responsibilities and Privacy Rights statement on the Researcher Registration form before using this collection. Some of the audiovisual materials in Series I are on defunct media formats and, therefore, are RESTRICTED. Access copies of these materials are available in Series II of the collection.

Conditions Governing Use note

The copyright interests in this collection have not been transferred to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, Inc. For more information, please consult the staff of the Library and Archives.

Subject Headings

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Names:
Allman Brothers Band
Allman, Gregg, 1947-
Asleep at the Wheel (Musical group)
Baez, Joan
Band (Musical group)
Beck, Jeff
Bishop, Elvin
Blue Öyster Cult (Musical group)
Browne, Jackson
Carlin, George
Chicago (Musical group)
Clapton, Eric
Clarke, Stanley
Climax Blues Band
Cohen, Leonard, 1934-
Daniels, Charlie, 1936-
Danielson, Shel
Davis, Miles
Dylan, Bob, 1941-
Eagles (Musical group)
Garcia, Jerry, 1942-1995
Hall and Oates
Hancock, Herbie, 1940-
Hendrix, Jimi
Hot Tuna (Musical group)
Hunter, Ian, 1939-
Ian, Janis
Isley Brothers
Jennings, Waylon
Joel, Billy
John, Elton
Journey (Musical group)
King, Carole, 1942-
Kristofferson, Kris
Lee, Alvin
Library and Archives
Little Feat (Musical group)
Loggins, Kenny
Manchester, Melissa
Mann, Herbie, 1930-2003
Manzarek, Ray
Mason, Dave
Messina, Jim
Mitchell, Joni
Nelson, Tracy
New Riders of the Purple Sage
Nugent, Ted
Nyro, Laura
Outlaws (Musical group)
Pablo Cruise (Musical group)
Pink Floyd (Musical group)
Poco (Musical group)
Renaissance (Musical group)
Return to Forever (Musical group)
Ronson, Mick
Ronstadt, Linda
Roxy Music (Musical group)
Rundgren, Todd
Santana (Musical group)
Scaggs, Boz, 1944-
Scott-Heron, Gil, 1949-2011
Sha Na Na (Musical group)
Smith, Patti
Springsteen, Bruce
Steely Dan (Musical group)
Supertramp (Musical group)
Walsh, Joe
Weather Report (Musical group)
Who (Musical group)
Winter, Johnny
Young, Jesse Colin
Zappa, Frank
Subjects:
Advertising--Music
Inductee
Poetry
Formats:
1/4 inch audio tape
Compact discs
Interviews