“Classic Hits 107.3” Personalities

KEITH STEPHENS: (Midnight-5am Eastern)

Keith grew up in New England, but escaped the cold to graduate from Arizona State where he started his radio career.  When he’s not on the radio, he’s a true soccer dad with two daughters (one a teenager so wish him luck). Keith loves classic TV, especially Seinfeld and MASH!  He likes to work out, read on his Kindle, and watch the latest trends on social media.  First album he ever bought? “Band On The Run” by Paul McCartney and Wings. He still has it and is excited because vinyl is cool again!



JAY FOX: (5am-9am)

Jay has enjoyed playing the hits for four decades!  He is so driven by music and the history of Rock & Roll that he loves playing music trivia with anyone willing to take on the challenge (Hint: He knows his stuff!).    Married for 33 years, Jay and his lovely bride Regina have now seen their children go on to very successful careers themselves.  A volunteer with the fire department and rabid baseball fan, Jay’s secret goal in life is to visit every ballpark in America to rate how nice the parking lots are. He was recently elected Mayor of Rock & Roll Radio by his 27 fans who have never met him but like his voice.  (If they only knew)


 JAY COFFEY: (9a-2p)

Jay’s been Rockin’ N’ Rollin’ for decades, beginning as a bass player in San Francisco Bay Area rock bands. His radio career begin at a small 5000 watt AM station in Modesto California, and after four years moving around Central California he wound up playing the hits in Los Angeles for over 28 years. A lifelong lover of Golden retreivers, he aquired somewhat of a tolerance for miniature Schnauzers thanks to his wife, Janet who’s been afflicted with Schnauzer-itis since her childhood on Long Island New York. Jay is dedicated to making radio fun and informative for his listeners.

 


JOHN SUMMERS: (2p-7p)

John’s 30+ year radio career has taken him all across the country.  His love of music from the player’s perspective has done the same:  Lots of traveling as the guitarist in his own rock band! He’s also worked as a session musician for other great artists.  When John’s not rockin’ on stage or entertaining us on the radio he’s hitting the hills off-road on his mountain bike or motorcycle, or he’s buried in his music room going through his huge collection of LPs.  He also loves a great novel and never misses the latest block-buster movie.

 


BRYAN JESTER: (7p-midnight)

Bryan’s broadcasting career began back when DJs still played 45’s on the radio. He’s studied acting and theater extensively, been a live nightclub DJ and performer, narrated audio-books, and spent 17 years as a writer and voice actor for the Radio Disney Network.  Bryan has two passions that fit together perfectly: Classic (Mopar) cars and music on the radio.  Windows rolled down and music blasting on the radio is how Bryan likes to go through life.  When he’s not at a car show or listening to music, his interests follow family, baseball, college football, and all things funny.  Bryan knows from firsthand experience that he’s bigger than Mr. T and smaller than Gene Simmons.   Also odd but true, Bryan was once mistaken for a wax figure at Madame Tussaud’s in London.