Born in 1948 in a small farming community outside Sacramento, at age 21 he moved to Long Beach to work at KNAC.
In 1980 Jim was cited as the Top Rock Jock for "the passion that he brings to both the songs he plays and the words that set the mood.
Adai is also the host of "Free Talk" on Saturday mornings. in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Oklahoma.
The show gives her audience a voice to discuss issues and serves as a platform for businesses, organizations and people that are dedicated to helping the community. She speaks to youth encouraging them to find their purpose as well as emcees various shows.
At KMPC he hosted the "Football Saturday" show as well as "Rams Talk" before and after each Rams game.
In 1994, he moved to XTRA and then returned to KMPC as USC Trojan color football announcer. He currently works for Wells Fargo insurance Services and Comcast Sports Net Bay Area and Mike lives in Sacramento., Mike: KNX, 1969-2015.
They try to pick a little narrow slot." Jim returned to KLOS September 22, 1997, while the station was attempting to regain its Rock glory years. From 1977 to 1984, Hans worked at KTAR-Phoenix and two Tucson stations, KTUC and KNST. Alani "La La" Vasquez Anthony joined The Beat for middays on August 30, 1999, from Atlanta and left in the spring of 2002. While a student at Redan High School, she received her first big break with her debut in a radio show, alongside Ludacris, called Future Flavas.
Mike moved to KFI and the Los Angeles Raiders broadcasts, hosting the "Raiders 5th Quarter" post-game show.In 1998, Mike was named Best Game Analyst Color Broadcaster in the annual L. He has covered storms, big fires, major crimes, the economy, politics and personal stories of the famous and not so famous. His collection of awards includes honors from the Greater Los Angeles Press Club, California Associated Press Television and Radio Association, Du Pont Columbia University Award, US Marine Corps Combat Correspondents Association Bill Farr Award for the KNX series “America’s Forgotten Heroes,” Seven Golden Mikes and two Merit Awards from the RTNDA for best Hard News Series and Best Documentary. He got his first big break in radio at WAMD, in Aberdeen, Maryland, where Chase worked from 1973-76. He returned to LA, where Chase later received an AA degree in radio broadcasting at Los Angeles City College. He passed away surrounded by his family and closest friends."Just as he lived his life, he handled his death with dignity and grace.After a full day in a coma, he found the strength to become alert and to lovingly connect with Margo as he peacefully ended his stay on this earth.A true spiritual gift,” wrote his kids, Veronica, Evan and Erik.