Leo's "Bluesland" is on the air
Thursday 8-10 PM (PST) and web
streams at
www.kcsb.org
Also podcasting on the MUSIC page of this
website or click here.
The following notable individuals have been featured by KCSB
as on-air personalities:
Jim Rome, sports radio host syndicated by Clear Channel.
Worked at KCSB during the mid-1980s and was Sports Director
for one quarter. Was also sports director at KTMS-AM 1250 in
Santa Barbara for two years after graduating from UCSB.
Greg Drust, one of the world's foremost authorities on
American roots music. Was on KCSB for 20 years.
Sean Hannity, talk radio host and the host of Fox News
Channel's program Hannity. Was on KCSB during the late
1980s.
Jeffrey Peterson, famous technology entrepreneur. Was a DJ
and Traffic Manager at KCSB from 1986-1990.
Sam Mack, popular DJ in New York City and the Bay Area. He
had a soul show on KCSB from 1986-89.
Edie Lambert, News anchor @ KCRA-TV in Sacramento,
formerly @ KEYT-TV-3 in Santa Barbara. Edie was in the News
Department at KCSB in the late 1980s.
Ken Giglio, currently Business Correspondent for the
Associated Press (radio) in Washington DC. Was Sports
Director at KCSB in 1984-85.
Joseph S. Ford, Jr., currently an entertainment attorney in Los
Angeles and 2006 U.S. Congressional candidate in the
Democratic primary for the 9th District of Tennessee. He had
an underground hip-hop show called "Soul Food: The Southern
Perspective" from 1995-96.
Mike Sugarman, Emmy award winning reporter for KPIX-TV,
CBS-5, San Francisco, and KCBS Radio in San Francisco,
anchored news on KCSB-FM in the early 1970s. He also had a
music program under the air name of "The Golden Beaver."
Dan Adams, four time Emmy award winning reporter for KXTV,
News 10, Sacramento, anchored news on KCSB-FM from 1971
through 1975. He also hosted a Friday night music show
known as "The Solid Gold Weekend."
Ray Woodson (aka Woody Chaves), anchor and host for sports
talk station KNBR in San Francisco, was a news anchor, news
director, DJ and basketball play-by-play announcer from 1975
to 1980.
Jason Ang, popular sports correspondent from 2004-2008