I can honestly say that I live and breathe 103GBF, and dammit it tastes a little funny sometimes! I have been a part of the rock station at 103.1 since 1980. I'm a very lucky person to do what I love for a living. I love new rock. I think it keeps you youthful in spirit. I can't imagine listening to nothing but songs from 20-30 years ago. It's like eating the same thing for lunch and dinner every day of your life! New is good. It kind of ties into my philosophy that tomorrow is going to be even better than life was today and life is good
Born and raised right here in the Tri-State, I am happy to call Evansville my home! From flute toting band geek in high school to life in headphones as a radio DJ, my love of music has been an integral part of my life. I've been a part of the Evansville airwaves since 2005, and my love of music has brought me the opportunity to be a part of so many peoples’ lives through my career in radio. During that time I have had the pleasure of meeting so many wonderful people
In 1983, Bob Kevoian & Tom Griswold created The Bob & Tom Show at their flagship station WFBQ-FM in Indianapolis. The Bob & Tom Show is one of the longest running and highest rated morning shows in America and is nationally syndicated by Premiere Radio Networks on more than 150 stations.
The Bob & Tom Show is one of the most honored programs in the radio industry. To date, the program has won seven Billboard awards for “Local Air Personality of the Year;” five Marconi awards – three for “Large Market Personality of the Year” and two for “Network/Syndicated Personality of the Year;” 10 Radio & Records awards and two National Chairman’s Citation Awards from the Leukemia Society of America.
My name is T Rav and I rock your Saturdays on 103GBF. If you're asking yourself, "Doesn't T Rav also mean 'Toasted Ravioli'", you are correct. Thanks for enforcing yet another Italian stereotype. Things I enjoy include camping and weekends on the river. Basically anything to escape civilization, the sort of set up you'd see in an episode of "I Shouldn't Be Alive". My favorite TV shows include "The Walking Dead", "Family Guy", "Parks and Recreation", and "South Park"
My name is Chynna. I'm kind of awesome. (Or so I've been falsely led to believe by my peers.) I’m a comic book nerd with a weakness for 80s power ballads and the Beastie Boys (they’re like my musical Kryptonite). My mother wore so much Aquanet and burned through so many Bryan Adams cassette tapes in the 80s that by the time I popped out of her in 1991 I was wearing a “Frankie Says Relax” T-shirt clutching a Trapper Keeper filled with John Hughes movie quotes
I’ve always had mad passion for rock but had to pay my dues early in my career and got my start at an oldies radio station. After knocking out a couple of stations along my rock journey, I ended up at Banana 101.5 in Flint, Michigan in 2001. Now I have the ultimate gig as co-host of Loudwire Nights with Full Metal Jackie on radio stations around the country. Those that know me, know that I’m an extremely laid back person that loves to attend concerts and throw a few back
If this was Tinder, I’d just put up a picture and be done with it. But since this is a bio, here’s a little about me: I’m obsessed with rock music, pizza, my dog, my pj’s and a particular type of adult cinema. I love a good rock concert not just because of the kick ass music, the sense of community and the permanent damage to my hearing, but also because I get to wear clothes I would never wear in front of my dad. I’m a Cuban that moved to Miami when I was two and I definitely did not arrive via private jet…
I am actually an Evansville transplant…although at this point I have live in Evansville longer than I have lived anywhere else. So what does that make me? Hmmm. I was born and raised on the east side of Indianapolis. I first came to Evansville in the fall of ’93 to start my college career at the University of Southern Indiana. After a few semesters of toiling in the “undecided” zone, I decided to try out communications. The rest, I reckon, is history