(3a-7a) Shannon grew up in the 80’s, a child of hippies and music lovers. She was listening to the Beatles and Janis Joplin while her friends were listening to New Kids on the Block. It’s what her dad called her “Early Music Education.” She’s a sci-fi nerd who loves anything Star Trek/Star Wars/Doctor Who-ish. Shannon married her college sweetheart, Ted, and got two beautiful step-daughters from the marriage, and then added one from scratch. She’s a proud autism mom. Her daughter is the light of her life who continues to teach her how to be a better person on a daily basis. Oh, and sometimes she forgets to change out of her “house crocs” and wears them in public.
Marty has four loves in life: His three children, and racing! Put him in a go-kart and he’s a happy boy. Put him in the stands with a Coors Light, and he’s in heaven. Marty loves watching sports and knows heartbreak as a lifelong Buffalo Bills fan. He’s done everything from club DJ to late night disc jockey in his 30-year career. The past sixteen years working with Shannon have obviously been his best in the business (Shannon *may* be writing this bio). And according to Marty pineapple does not belong on pizza.
(7a-12p) McKenzie hit the ground running in a major market with her very first job over thirty years ago. Writing, producing, programming, and being a top rated personality, she’s done it all. McKenzie’s a big fan of the outdoors. Exercising, walking her dogs, playing softball, and spending time with her daughter. She likes all kinds of music but has a passion mostly for classic rock. Led Zeppelin, Rush, Eric Clapton, and Van Halen are what she grew up with so they bring back fond memories.
(12p-5p) Dan has been in radio for 40 years. His love of music began in the 60's when he’d hear the latest hits on the Jukebox at his father's Pool Hall. He was hooked! Dan decided in 7th grade that he wanted to be a disc jockey and never let go of that dream. He started his career in his hometown of Denver in the summer of 1980 and spent the next 36 years on the air in the same city he grew up in. He's been married to his lovely wife Kathleen since January of 81. They have a son and a daughter and two granddaughters! Dan is an avid basketball player, movie watcher and classic car lover.
(5p-10p): It all began with a knock on the radio station door of the American Forces Network in Taiwan, where a 17-year-old Tony Scott had moved with his family. That led to Tony working for some of America’s biggest radio stations. When not behind the mike Tony continues his delusional fantasy of being an Olympic skier, watching football, hitting as many concerts as he possibly can, and raising champion Golden Retrievers.
(1a-6a) Carl grew up with plenty of street & strip drag racing, stock car racing, and playing musical instruments and having a good time. He would then apply that energy into rock & roll and a career in radio. A major market radio personality, TV personality, and radio station owner, he did it all. His sense of civic duty was also a priority for Carl wherever he went. He served as a fireman in many cities where he’s worked.
(weekends & fill-in)As a young boy growing up in Nebraska Jack loved listening to KOMA in Oklahoma City. It was a 50,000 watt AM powerhouse that covered 12 states at nighttime, and was one of the most listened-to radio station in America. Little did he know that one day he’d work at KOMA and be heard by all those kids like him, growing up in the Midwest listening! Here we are many years later and Jack says he feels so blessed to be able to continue with what he loves most, being on the radio!
(weekends & fill-in) Since the first time he heard The Beatles and Rolling Stones on the radio, Shark’s never been the same. Working in radio since 1989, Shark has experience in Rock, Country, Talk Radio, and news reporting. He has written over 400 Rock History segments and over 100 stories concerning recording artists. He’s also interviewed a huge list of Rockers. Shark loves sharing music with listeners along with his unbelievable resources of Rock and Roll history, and current day as well. You may learn something new whenever he’s on the air.
(weekends & fill-in) For almost four decades, Dylan has been on the air lovin’ doing radio shows. Classic Rock music and artists have inspired Dylan since he was a young child. Dylan’s voice can be heard on a variety of TV and radio ads. In his spare time he enjoys collecting and researching music, working on his car, and tuning up his guitars.
(fill-in) Radio has always been a passion for DB. He knew at age 12 that this was his life’s work! At 16 it became a reality! For the next 45 years, this magical radio carpet ride would allow DB to work almost every musical genre including a decade in sports talk. Hespeaks three-and-a-half languages very badly (Japanese, Hindi, and Spanglish). He also loves encouraging youth to follow their dreams. As a SAG/AFTRA member, you may have seen DB’s face or heard his voice on advertising for some of your favorite products. DB says: Thank you so much for listening!