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  • July 24, 2017
    1. So the 21st annual California WorldFest in scenic Grass Valley just happened. Can you describe to people how beautiful Grass Valley and the Sierra foothills are?

    Well, you know it's the gateway to Lake Tahoe. For me as a kid, we used to spend a lot of time going up to the lake in the summertime, and inner tubing on the Truckee River. It's just an amazing part of California, and Northern California is one of the most beautiful places in our country. And I can say that because I criss-cross the country a lot, so I get to see a lot of it (laughs).

    So, we're excited to be there. To be playing outdoors in one of the most beautiful spots in our country. I really believe that music is the universal language. It speaks beyond borders and beyond cultures and just beyond the verbal language. So, to be at a world music festival during this time, I think, is more valuable than ever. With everything we see taking place in the world, music is one of the few places that still holds on to the ideal that people can live together and celebrate together.

  • BRIEF CAREER SYNOPSIS: After spending time in high school and afterwards hanging out at KTYD/Santa Barbara, I won a "listeners become announcers" contest in 1976. Two weeks later, I was hired as the emergency late-night fill-in host. KTYD was the most amazing free-form ...

  • BRIEF CAREER SYNOPSIS: Programming and promotions work at Emmis' WNAP and WENS/Indianapolis; on-air at WTTS towards the end of college at Indiana University. I have been PD at WTTS since 2002. Took on additional programming duties for our News/Talk sister WGCL in 2009, ...

  • BRIEF CAREER SYNOPSIS: I started my career in 2004, while attending high school, at WCLG/Morgantown,WV --one of the few mom & pop stations left. From there I became the GM of my student-run college station, WVYC, where I managed 16 department heads and over 170 ...

  • 1. How is 2017 treating you? Busy. I always get asked, "When are you touring?" -- and the answer is I'm constantly on tour. It's the only real way for an indie artist to survive, but I love to travel, so I don't complain. I take my personal pillow everywhere with me! ...

  • 1. Thanks for your time! Is there music playing in the background? If so, what is it? If I'm being honest the end credits of "Spider-Man" are rolling in the background and Chad Kroeger is singing about a hero that could save us. It's really nostalgic for me. 2. How is ...

  • BRIEF CAREER SYNOPSIS: I've spent 46 years in the biz this week, starting at WDVE, the ABC owned-and-operated legacy Rocker in Pittsburgh. Then New York City for 10 years at WHN and WNBC. After that came the Odyssey years, to L.A., Connecticut, Florida and Nashville, ...

  • BRIEF CAREER SYNOPSIS: Starting at KSPN/Aspen, CO as a part-time, all-purpose radio slave with the good fortune of being constantly promoted and relocated throughout the Colorado mountains with various MD and MD responsibilities ensuing. Triple A stations I'm stoked to ...

  • BRIEF CAREER SYNOPSIS: I studied Audio/Radio at Emerson College in Boston and trained at their student-run WERS. During my junior year, I was hired for part-time on-air work at WBOS. Less than a year after graduating, my first full-time job came in the form of afternoons ...

  • BRIEF CAREER SYNOPSIS: It seems I have been in broadcasting my whole life. My father was an engineer with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), and rose up through management to be the Assistant Chief of FM Branch of the FCC. As a matter of fact, I was little ...


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