Tom Collins was born a poor farm boy in South Dakota. His talent behind the microphone has helped ruin many a radio station. When he’s not on the air he can be found test-driving manufacturer’s review cars on sheet metal ramps and logs in the back woods. Mr. Collins is a published author and a nationally recognized expert on a number of arcane topics (we could list them, but the number is far too great to comprehend). He lives in a double wide with his kids and his Misses. His vast collection of Slim Whitman records is housed 30 feet below the surface of the earth in a concrete bunker. He rarely communicates with others unless he is behind the microphone or posting on the Tom Collins Show Facebook page.
McKenzie Rae came to us from KGB, San Diego where she was a popular air personality and production director. If her voice sounds familiar it should; you've probably heard McKenzie on dozens of radio and TV commercials across America!
She's had the pleasure of meeting some legends like Ozzy, Dio, George Thorogood, Bon Jovi, Skid Row, Kip Winger, Heart, Tommy Shaw and even Mr. T...You can catch McKenzie during the midday. She looks forward to the music and taking your calls. Don’t let the hot ‘girl next door’ look fool ya, she’s really a mouse that roars! [Just ask anyone at the radio station!] She looks forward to a Mt. Dew every morning and donuts on Fridays. After entertaining on air, she's off to spend the rest of the day with the love of her life, her daughter Samantha and all her critters. If she has any spare time she’s out spending money and looking for her new Mr. Right.
Tony Scott has worked for some of America’s most successful radio stations and networks in a career that spans over 35 years. He has worked in markets from Washington D.C. and Philadelphia to Denver and L.A. and has held down afternoons here on the Classic Rock format for many years. Tony also pulls weekend and fill-in duty at legendary 95-5 KLOS in Los Angeles, hosts a daily feature for AFN heard in over 100 countries, and is the back-up host for Bob Coburn on the long-running live interview radio program “Rockline.” Tony has also been active in radio imaging and narration and chances are you’ve heard him on The History Channel, Discovery, HGTV, TLC and many other networks or even caught him on camera from time to time. Tony still points to radio as his true passion and why not? He’s had extensive interview time with some absolute greats of Rock & Roll.
John Entwistle, Ian Anderson, David Crosby and Graham Nash, Keith Emerson and Greg Lake, Joey Kramer and Tom Hamilton, Ann and Nancy Wilson, Gregg Allman and Butch Trucks, Robbie Krieger and John Densmore, Stevie Nicks, Thorogood, are just a few of many Classic Rock legends who have spent time on the Tony Scott Show
Lu Valentino has been heard on some of America's great rock stations in Phoenix, Tampa, Orlando and Buffalo. Her Lu’s Locker Room sports feature was a Phoenix staple(Pat Tillman was a regular guest) and she was the voice of the Coyotes and Cardinals. While Lu knows Classic Rock well, she considers herself an entertainer with a passion for pop culture and events. Lu’s love for Improv & stand-up keeps her quick-witted both on and off the air. Her Lu’s Gossip Laptop feature airs on stations nationwide.Lu knows ‘entertainment news’ is best served 'juicy' with a twist of humor Lu's covered the Grammy's, VMA's [worked for MTV as their special dance choreographer during the peak 'Spring Break' years in Daytona Beach], The Oscars, etc, and has interviewed stars ranging from Brad Pitt to having dinner with Kathy Griffin during her "Suddenly Susan" days. Lu knows ‘entertainment news’ is best served 'juicy' with a twist of humLu knows ‘entertainment news’ is best served 'juicy' with a twist of humor Lu knows ‘entertainment news’ is best served 'juicy' with a twist of humorLu’s show features listener interaction, giveaways, artist, comedians, Hollywood star drop ins and engaging benchmarks.
When he's not rocking tunes and sharing his musical knowledge and sense of humor with his listeners, Fry is a musician, actor, voice-over artist and writer He lived as a starving artist in L.A. for eight years before deciding to get back into radio in 2003. He loves watching his hometown Detroit Lions, Tigers, Pistons and Red Wings, as well as his alma mater, Indiana University's basketball and football squads. He also enjoys cooking, bike riding and working out. His too cats share his house, but don't consider him the "Crazy Cat Guy" quite yet. To prove it, check out Tom’s Facebook fan page under “The Fry Show”, there he loves to interactwith his radio listeners, share everything both on and off the air! [AND does he ever!] Tom still has hopes of someday getting married (as longs as she likes rock & roll, sports and uhhh, yea… cats).