70s Sacramento Valley KZAP Radio Jack In The Box t-shirt Medium

$69.99 USD

Chest 19 in.

Length 27.5 in.

Content: 100% Cotton

Tag Brand: Anvil

This unique graphic tee comes from a California radio station. It says, "I told Sacramento Valley my Fring KZAP." The tee also features the logo for west coast fast food chain Jack in the Box, which was most likely a sponsor of the station. KZAP first started broadcasting in the 60s as a "freeform" radio station, not sticking to a single genre. More so, KZAP aimed to introduce its listeners to new and exciting music, making it an instant hit with young people in the Sacramento area. The station later changed its call sign to KRXQ but a different station in Sacramento Valley claimed the KZAP call sign in the 90s.

Fits like a modern unisex adult medium. Run on back, see pics.