Stone on the Music Walk of Fame for KISS FM UK founder Gordon Mac
Gordon Mac, the founder of the original KISS FM in London is to receive a stone on the Music Walk of Fame.
Stones on the Music Walk of Fame on Camden High Street in London honour artists and trailblazers from around the globe, of all genres and ages.
Mac will receive his stone on 5th September in recognition of his work in the industry.
Originally a pirate radio station, he set up Kiss in 1985 initially broadcasting to the South of London, later expanding to the whole city, as KISS 100 London, launching to a wider audience in 1990 and now owned by Bauer.
Gordon will unveil his stone on the Music Walk of Fame on Camden High Street as part of a week of unveilings, with other recipients this year including Janis Joplin, Harvey Goldsmith CBE, UB40, Paul ‘Trouble’ Anderson, The Kinks, The Sugarhill Gang, Eddy Grant, Buzzcocks, Billy Bragg, and Shalamar.