6am -2pm Weekdays
"Dead Air" Thursdays 7pm - 9pm
"High Voltage Radio" Fridays 4pm - 6pm
Cosmic Charlie was born for what is now known as Classic Rock and Roll. He made his start behind the Mic. 25 years ago as owner operator of Heatwave Sound and Light Mobile Disc Jockeys. Cosmic Charlie has been sharing his passion for classic rock on KXGO for the past 13 years and will continue to Rock On!
2pm – 5pm Weekdays
Tony Scott has been a popular air personality for 20+ years! He's rock solid in PM Drive and brings a ton of experience from WPGC Washington DC, KIIS Los Angeles, and stints in Philly and Denver. He is also the longtime host of a Southern California tradition; the album oriented show The 7th Day. Tony is also an accomplished TV actor and voiceover announcer in Hollywood.
Lu Valentino has been heard on some of America's great rock stations in Phoenix, Tampa, Orlando and Buffalo. Her Lu’s Locker Room sports feature was a Phoenix staple (Pat Tillman was a regular guest) and she was the voice of the Coyotes and Cardinals. While Lu knows Classic Rock well, she considers herself an entertainer with a passion for pop culture and events. Her Lu’s Gossip Laptop feature airs on stations nationwide and she has a substantial followings on Twitter and Facebook. Lu’s show features listener interaction, giveaways, artist drop ins and engaging benchmarks.
ROOTS ROCK REGGAE w/ Dr. B Good, Wednesday 8p-10p: Classic Roots & Contemporary Branches of Reggae Music.
The KXGO BLUES REVIEW w/ Dr. B Good, Sunday 7p-9p: From the Mississippi Delta to the Electrified Sounds of Chicago and all Blues Destinations Beyond.
Brad Goodwin moved to Humboldt County in 1995 after graduating from Cal State Northridge. Brad worked in local television producing commercials, when a merger between a TV station and KXGO introduced him to his radio mentor Good Rockin’ Derral Campbell, the original host of the KXGO Blues Review. In 2003, “Good Rockin’ Derral” passed the mantle to Brad, dubbing him “Dr. B. Good,” who became the full time host of the KXGO Blues Review. In 2006, Dr. B. Good became the host of the specialty show, Roots, Rock, Reggae. The “Good Doctor” prescribes high quality music as medicine for all that ails your soul.