KPO Radio, San Francisco
Marshall's Mavericks
Circa 1934

Charley Marshall's Mavericks

Charlie Marshall led a popular Western music band on KPO in the 1930s. Marshall was also a regular on the NBC program "Carefree Carnival." At the time this photograph was taken, the band members included Ace Wright (fiddle), Johnnie Zaper (accordion), Johnnie O'Brian (harmonica) and Mona (girl singer), in addition to Charlie, who played guitar.

The reverse side of this publicity photograph, personally autographed by Marshall, bears a schedule of radio programs that the band appeared on at this time:

DEATH VALLEY DAYS

TUES - 9:30 PM KPO
CAREFREE CARNIVAL MON - 5:30 PM KPO
MARSHALL'S MAVERICKS WED - 9:30 AM KPO
MARSHALL'S MAVERICKS SAT - 10:35 PM KGO
WINNING THE WEST THURS - 9:15 PM KPO

PHOTOGRAPH: Bay Area Radio Museum Collection

Voices Out Of The Fog

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