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3:00pm - 8:00pm
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Sharon Stewart

Sharon Stewart playing all your favorite rock on the radio Weekday starting at 6 AM!

On-Air Schedule

Monday 06:00am - 10:00am Regular Program
Tuesday 06:00am - 10:00am Regular Program
Wednesday 06:00am - 10:00am Regular Program
Thursday 06:00am - 10:00am Regular Program
Friday 06:00am - 10:00am Regular Program

McKenzie Rae

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.

On-Air Schedule

Monday 10:00am - 03:00pm Regular Program
Tuesday 10:00am - 03:00pm Regular Program
Wednesday 10:00am - 03:00pm Regular Program
Thursday 10:00am - 03:00pm Regular Program
Friday 10:00am - 03:00pm Regular Program

Bryan Jester

Bryan first hit the air just as Disco Music and 8-Tracks were starting to die off.  In his career, he’s locked himself out of a live studio, ridden in a Chevy Chevette with George McGovern, and destroyed his hearing at SO MANY up close concerts--including AC/DC, The Kinks, The Stones, The Who, Tom Petty, Aerosmith, and The Moody Blues.  He once asked Gene Simmons a stupid question backstage and paid the price.  Classic Rock, classic car shows, and swap meets are what Bryan enjoys in his off time.  Bryan has done a little bit of everything in radio.  He loves it, and is quick to say “It sure beats working for living!”  Also odd, but true, Bryan was once mistaken for a wax figure at Madame Tussaud's in London. 

On-Air Schedule

Monday 03:00pm - 08:00pm Regular Program
Tuesday 03:00pm - 08:00pm Regular Program
Wednesday 03:00pm - 08:00pm Regular Program
Thursday 03:00pm - 08:00pm Regular Program
Friday 03:00pm - 08:00pm Regular Program

Steve Gorman

Steve cut his rock-teeth in Bowling Green Kentucky and was a communications major at Western Kentucky University.  That’s where he became a founding member of the band that became The Black Crowes. Steve was the Black Crowes drummer for more than 15 years, and has toured the world relentlessly, leaving a small piece of his sanity at every stop.  Not only is Steve well-connected in the Classic Rock world, he’s also an author, former host on Fox Sports Radio, and an incredible storyteller. Steve and his wife Rose Mary have two kids and entirely too many pets.

On-Air Schedule

Monday 08:00pm - 01:00am Regular Program
Tuesday 08:00pm - 01:00am Regular Program
Wednesday 08:00pm - 01:00am Regular Program
Thursday 08:00pm - 01:00am Regular Program
Friday 08:00pm - 01:00am Regular Program

Carl Russo

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.

On-Air Schedule

Sunday 01:00am - 06:00am Regular Program
Monday 01:00am - 06:00am Regular Program
Tuesday 01:00am - 06:00am Regular Program
Wednesday 01:00am - 06:00am Regular Program
Thursday 01:00am - 06:00am Regular Program
Friday 01:00am - 06:00am Regular Program
Saturday 01:00am - 06:00am Regular Program


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.

Jack Kelly

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!

DB Cooper

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.  He speaks 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!