Keith Roth | email Mondays and Fridays 6 am - 12 pm ET
A veteran rock musician for more than 20 years, Keith Roth has recorded on over 50 records and produced, performed and toured with many national rock ‘n’ roll acts. Now he shares stories from his rock and radio career with you.
Alan Hunter | email Mondays - Fridays 7 pm - 12 am ETCurrently partner in the film/TV production company HunterFilms and creator of the entertainment complex WorkPlay, Hunter was acting-slash-bartending in NYC when he was tapped to be one the five original MTV VJs. "They gave me the job and sweated the first six months, wondering if they’d made a mistake." Most interesting interview? "Ozzy Osbourne; he was speaking in tongues."
Carol Miller | email Tuesdays – Thursdays 6 am - 12 pm ET Weekends 6 am - 12 pm ETCarol's first concert was The Beatles. She would later catch Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, The Doors and many more. Carol was one of the first female radio personalities in the progressive rock era, and is featured at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum as one of the great DJs of rock and roll.
Kristine Stone | email Monday – Friday 12 pm ET-6 pm ETIn decades of broadcasting, Kristine has been called "Stoner," "Stoney," "Baloney," "Mother of Rock" and more. Her most cherished nickname, though, is "Mommy," which is what her twin boys call her. "Mommy" still rocks and loves connecting with real people, which is what her show is all about.
Mark Goodman | email Weekends 12 pm - 6 pm ETMark Goodman remembers the moment he decided to work in radio. "I realized I didn't have the patience to learn an instrument and I had no other discernible skills." For a guy with "no discernible skills," Mark’s done okay. One of the original MTV VJs, he's been on the radio for over three decades.
Pat St. John | email Weekends 12 pm - 6 pm ETPat St. John has met or interviewed virtually every artist you see pictured on the above cassettes. Having been on the air since age 16, he has great stories about the artists and tunes. Although he hasn't been inducted, his picture hangs in The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
What You'll Hear
Classic rock's second generation, with songs from the late '70s onward.