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FresTube: ‘Long Live the Wild Hare’

We’re less than a month away from the premiere of “Long Live the Wild Hare,” the documentary about beloved (and fallen) Fresno rock station KRZR. The film — put together by ex-KRZR jock Rick Roddam and Fadeaway J Films — debuts at Tower Theatre on June 16. Get more info here and watch the newest trailer below. It features Chris Daniel and Jenn Lipp, among others.

Responses to "FresTube: ‘Long Live the Wild Hare’"

David Williamson says:

It was a sad day when they changed formats. In my opinion KRZR was one of the best rock stations in California. I miss it so much especially after moving to Bakersfield which has no good rock station.

Tommy says:

Before Satellite radio all stations had more fans.It was all about Z-ROCK back in my youth.

Tommy says:

Radio stations had more fans before satellite radio and mobile music apps could be played through your car speakers.I do miss Z-Rock though..see if my comment makes it through this time.Was having problems signing on again through facebook,but figuered it out.

Kane says:

Yeah, Z-Rock was great…they totally lasted a couple months in Fresno. And almost nobody noticed Z-Rock was a…wait for it…nationally syndicated radio network based out of Dallas owned by ABC.

Long Live the Wild Hare!

Tommy says:

Of course people knew that they were based in Texas…nothing rocked harder than that back then.It was well more than a couple of months that they were on air though…lol.I can still mention Z-Rock to people 35 and up and get a bigger smile than any other rock station,even for their short-lived air-time.

Kane says:

Tommy- I know it’s tough to pick up on sarcasm with your head so far up your posterior, but I know you’ll figure it out someday, buddy! Now, is there any chance you could go be fat and stupid on another post?

Remember, kids: Don’t feed the trolls – it makes them bloated with hubris…

Tommy says:

Why do you think some of the traffic comes to beehive? You are the perfect excuse on how the best interaction takes place on this site.I liked Z-Rock while the Wild Hare played good songs too…don’t be a whiny little “bee”.The fact that someone wants people to flock to a movie about a radio station in FRESNO (Fresno’s lame enough) is funny to me.I suspect I’m not alone though we can hear ourselves echo in the lonely chamber of a site.LOL

Tommy says:

And why are you addressing “kids” in the first place?masked handle in here with no photo and talking to kids in the Beehive..lol!Are they the main audience in here that I am not aware of?Kind of creepy.

Tommy says:

I might add that you could have kept your mouth shut concerning me who you addressed or added to my input first…lol…me leave? How bout you leave?

rick roddam says:

I’m with Tommy. Z-Rock kicked ass. Truth is, you can’t tell the story of rock radio in Fresno without paying respect to Z-Rock and KKDJ (Breakfast Club with Dean and Don). This movie is about KRZR, but it’s also a time capsule of what it was like growing up as a Fresno rocker. We’ll talk about KKDJ and Z-Rock and the Front Row and concerts at the Cadillac Club and grown men beating each other with frozen fish.