TOM COLLINS was born a poor farm boy in South Dakota. When he’s not on air he can be found test-driving prototype autos on ramps and logs in his backyard. His vast Slim Whitman record collection is housed 30 feet below his doublewide.
MCKENZIE RAE has been rocking on the radio for twenty years. She’s got lots of rock stories, from the wild days (Bon Jovi’s “Slippery When Wet” tour) to the strange (The Grateful Dead). An animal lover, McKenzie keeps cats, a dog, bunnies, and fish, as well as her husband and daughter Samantha!
TONY SCOTT lived all over the world growing up as an army brat. When he moved back to the US he gradually made his way from the east to the west coast, hosting radio shows all along the way. In his spare time, Tony skis, raises champion golden retrievers and cheers
himself hoarse watching the Broncos.
GREG KIHN is a rock star in his own right with two top 10 hits from the 80s (Jeopardy and The Break Up Song). His radio career is informed by years of experience as a touring musician, enduring friendships with rock’s greats, and a successful track record as a personality. He is a published author of five novels.
TOM FRY came by radio honestly: his mom was a TV and Radio personality. After exploring acting and waiting tables, he settled into a career in rock radio. He loves playing guitar, singing, independent films, and home improvement projects. He hopes one of these activities will bring him closer to meeting his soul mate!
GARY MOORE is a Kentucky bluegrass native, a graduate of Western Kentucky University, and a product of the UCLA Writers’ Program, the results of which are occasionally seen at damnfineday.com.
He’s a classic rock junkie who is a sucker for most any pub in London.
RAECHEL DONAHUE is a legend of rock radio. Together with her late husband Tom Donahue, she pioneered the free-form rock format, first in San Francisco and later in Los Angeles in the late 60s and early 70s. Raechel set the standard for women in radio and remains active in rock - on radio, TV, film, and on-line.