70s Honolulu KPIG 94 FM Radio t-shirt Small


Chest 17.5 in.

Length 25 in.

Content: 100% cotton

Tag Brand: Hanes Beefy-T

This vintage tee was specially made for 94.9 KPIG FM, a disco radio station in Honolulu, Hawaii during the 1970s. It's held up great after all these years and ready for many more. Features amazing cartoon graphics, one hundred percent cotton, and a seventies era Hanes tag. Their pig mascot is shown here totally leid up and strumming the ukulele among a bed of hibiscus flowers.

KPIG-FM (94 FM) was the former call sign for what is today known as KUBT (93.9 FM "The Beat"). During the radio station's time as KPIG (1979-1980), they operated as a disco station. Throughout the years, they've taken on several different call signs including KMAI from 1980-1989, KIKI from 1989- 2010, and KHJZ from 2010-2016. Presently they are known as "Hawaii's #1 for Hip-Hop and Hits". Music genres over time has also varied between rock, top 40, and oldies.

The KPIG call sign has since been picked up by 107.5 FM of Santa Cruz, California. They also have a pig mascot, except theirs is a farmer complete with the overalls, cowboy hat, and sunglasses.



Fits like a modern unisex adult small.






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