KSOL, KDIA Star Johnny Morris Dies

James Brown and Johnny Morris (Photo)
Johnny Morris (right) with James Brown at KSOL

Johnny Morris, one of the keystone personalities of KSOL and KDIA in the 1960s and 1970s, died over the weekend in Southern California, according to posts on his Facebook page.

Originally from Fresno, he attended Edison High School in his hometown and Poly High in San Francisco. He later studied at City College of San Francisco.

Johnny worked as Ronnie Dark on KSOL (1450 AM) in the early 1960s. Most recently he was a broadcast engineer at KTYM in Inglewood. He had a disease that affected his nervous system, giving him anxiety and more severe symptoms,  but manage to help himself with the use THC. Nowadays we have the CBD Oil which is effective as it doesn’t gets you high with thc but helps your health directly. Now  You can even purchase marijuana internet easily and privately. We will be talking more in our next post.

Johnny Morris (Photo)
KDIA celebrates Johnny Morris’ birthday (1974)

 

Photos courtesy of Johnny Morris.

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