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Mike Watermann
Mike Watermann
4:00pm - 7:00pm
Afternoon Show

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Rick Michaels

Rick was born in New York not with a silver spoon in his mouth, but with a microphone in his hand. Rick and his family moved to Florida in 1969 and as Rick grew up the passion for radio grew with him as well. Rick's first job in radio was at the # 1 station in Tallahassee. From there Rick went on to bigger and better things including stints in West Palm Beach, Ft. Myers, and then Memphis, Tennessee. Rick loves all types of music, especially 60's,70's and 80's, and has hung out with a lot of great artists from Jerry Corbetta of Sugarloaf to Don Brewer of Grand Funk to Chuck Negron of Three Dog Night. Rick loves it here in Wine Country and on off days, if he's not on a golf course, he's cooking on the grill. You name it, he cooks it!

On-Air Schedule

Monday 06:00am - 10:00am Morning Show
Tuesday 06:00am - 10:00am Morning Show
Wednesday 06:00am - 10:00am Morning Show
Thursday 06:00am - 10:00am Morning Show
Friday 06:00am - 10:00am Morning Show

Sue Hall

Monday – Friday 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
Saturday 12:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Sue Hall is a local girl. She graduated from San Francisco State University as a broadcasting major. Her first radio job was at KSKI in Hailey, Idaho while Sue was perfecting her status as a certified ski bum! She decided radio was a cool profession. Sue headed back to San Francisco to return to college and was hired at KFRC as their very first Mobile Studio Coordinator. Eventually Sue got on the air there as the host of the midday show. She also worked at KMEL, K101, then returning to KFRC for the next 18 years. Besides being a radio personality, Sue had a reoccurring role as a television reporter on the Nash Bridges series while it was filmed in San Francisco.

Currently a part-time reporter for ABC 7, Sue is a San Francisco broadcasting veteran boasting 33 years in San Francisco radio, television and now in Sonoma County on The Wolf. When she's not working (when is that?) Sue loves to cycle the Dry Creek Loop and wake board on Lake Sonoma. You can reach Sue Hall at SueHall@Kwvf.Com.

On-Air Schedule

Monday 10:00am - 04:00pm Midday Show
Tuesday 10:00am - 04:00pm Midday Show
Wednesday 10:00am - 04:00pm Midday Show
Thursday 10:00am - 04:00pm Midday Show
Friday 10:00am - 04:00pm Midday Show
Saturday 12:00pm - 07:00pm Afternoon Show

Mike Watermann

Mike Watermann is a long-time veteran of Sonoma County radio. A staunch promoter of live music, you’ll find him at Montgomery Village every summer as the emcee of the Village’s free concert series! Well known to Bay Area musicians, Mike was the drummer for several years with San Francisco’s tribute to the Rolling Stones—The Unauthorized Rolling Stones.

Music is his passion: “The only jobs I’ve ever had since I was 15 were either in radio or playing music,” Mike said. Before moving to Sonoma County in 2002, Mike worked in St. Louis, Missouri, for 26 years as radio personality and program director, where he also played in several bands, including 18 years with a show-band called Sh-Boom, and a stint with guitarist Billy Peek—a popular St. Louis performer who had been a regular with Chuck Berry and Rod Stewart.

“When you combine the music scene in Sonoma County, and the privilege of living in northern California wine country, there’s no place I’d rather be!” Mike and his wife, Jane, live in Windsor, where Jane also works as a home stager. You’ll find them at restaurants and concerts on the Windsor Town Green, or just relaxing at home.

On-Air Schedule

Monday 04:00pm - 07:00pm Afternoon Show
Tuesday 04:00pm - 07:00pm Afternoon Show
Wednesday 04:00pm - 07:00pm Afternoon Show
Thursday 04:00pm - 07:00pm Afternoon Show
Friday 04:00pm - 07:00pm Afternoon Show

Wolfman Jack

The Original Rock and Roll Animal

Monday – Sunday: 7:00 pm – MIDNIGHT

Wolfman Jack was the stage name of the hugely popular disc jockey in the 1960s and 1970s who came to prominence in the United States on Mexican radio stations including a stint with XERB-AM, which broadcast into North America and beyond with 250,000 watts; five times more powerful than any U.S. radio stations.

The hip, sexually suggestive persona allowed Wolfman Jack to ignore the prevailing racially segregated formats of American radio. He played whatever music he liked regardless of the performer's ethnicity. He frequently punctuated his broadcasts with howls which, along with his gravelly voice, made him instantly recognizable. Only in 1973 by appearing in the George Lucas film American Graffiti did Wolfman Jack allow the public to see him. He also furnished his voice in the 1974 Guess Who's tribute “Clap for the Wolfman.”

On-Air Schedule

Sunday 07:00pm - 12:00am Wolfman Jack Show
Monday 07:00pm - 12:00am Wolfman Jack Show
Tuesday 07:00pm - 12:00am Wolfman Jack Show
Wednesday 07:00pm - 12:00am Wolfman Jack Show
Thursday 07:00pm - 12:00am Wolfman Jack Show
Friday 07:00pm - 12:00am Wolfman Jack Show
Saturday 07:00pm - 12:00am Wolfman Disco Show

Dick Clark

America's Oldest Teenager

Sunday: 8:00 am – 12:00 Noon

Dick Clark is an American radio and television personality, as well as a cultural icon who remains best known for hosting American television's longest-running variety show, American Bandstand, from 1957 to 1987. He also hosted Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve, which transmitted Times Square's New Year's Eve celebrations worldwide. Clark was also well known for his trademark sign-off, “For now, Dick Clark. So long!” accompanied with a military salute.

As host of American Bandstand, Clark introduced rock & roll to many Americans. The show gave many new music artists their first exposure to national audiences, including Ike and Tina Turner, Smokey Robinson and the Miracles, Stevie Wonder, Talking Heads and Simon & Garfunkel. Episodes he hosted were among the first where blacks and whites performed on the same stage and among the first where the live studio audience sat without racial segregation. Singer Paul Anka claimed that Bandstand was responsible for creating a “youth culture.” Due to his perennial youthful appearance, Clark was often referred to as “America's oldest teenager.”

On-Air Schedule

Sunday 08:00am - 12:00pm Rock, Roll & Remember

Casey Kasem

The Man Who Taught America to Count to 40…Backwards

Casey Kasem is an American radio personality and voice actor, known for being the host of the nationally syndicated Top 40 countdown show American Top 40. Kasem founded the American Top 40 franchise in 1970. In addition to his radio shows, Kasem has provided the voice of many commercials; has done many voices for Sesame Street; was the voice of NBC; helps out with the annual Jerry Lewis telethon; and provided the cartoon voices of Robin in Super Friends, Mark on Battle of the Planets, and a number of characters for the Transformers cartoon series of the 1980s. Kasem's signature sign-off was “Keep your feet on the ground and keep reaching for the stars.” Will do, Casey!

On-Air Schedule

Sunday 12:00pm - 04:00pm American Top 40-80's
Saturday 09:00am - 12:00pm American Top 40-70's

Ed Hopkins

The Voice of The New 102.7, The Wolf

Ed Hopkins got his first radio job while he was a junior in High School. He worked afternoon drive at a daytime AM station in Van Buren, Arkansas. Following graduation, he left for Dallas working shifts at the campus station and also as weekend DJ on KLIF, The Mighty 1190, in Dallas.

Later, it was on to Chicago where Ed was Production Director of WFYR. When WFYR was sold, Ed faced a crossroads choice. Stay in Chicago with a long term contract with the new owners, or make the jump from radio into full time voiceover. Presented with the option of making a multi-year commitment to stay in Chicago or make the jump to full time voice-over and move to Los Angeles, there really was no choice.

Ed has been successfully pursuing voice-over from his studio in LA ever since. His long list of clients has included more than 70 radio and television stations and countless commercials, as well as long-form narration and animation.

On-Air Schedule

Sunday 12:00am - 06:00am The Wolf After Midnight
Sunday 04:00pm - 07:00pm America's Greatest Hits
Monday 12:00am - 06:00am The Wolf After Midnight
Tuesday 12:00am - 06:00am The Wolf After Midnight
Wednesday 12:00am - 06:00am The Wolf After Midnight
Thursday 12:00am - 06:00am The Wolf After Midnight
Friday 12:00am - 06:00am The Wolf After Midnight
Saturday 12:00am - 06:00am The Wolf After Midnight

Ted Williams

News Director at the Wolf

6:00am, 6:30am, 7:00am, 7:30am, 8:00am, 8:30am

Ted Williams is a familiar face and voice to television, film, and radio. For over 30 years, Ted has played roles in movies, TV shows, and stage productions. And, for many of those years hosting radio shows throughout California and beyond.

Ted started his entertainment career as a touring stage actor, logging more than 750 performances and 95 different roles. One of the parts was life changing, as a disc jockey. It was a natural fit for Ted's already low voice and crazy personality. So, at 21 years old, it was off the road, and on to radio stations around San Jose, Ventura, and Los Angeles. After a couple of years, Ted was offered a tv news anchor position, which led to parts as an actor in numerous commercials.

In 1988, Ted came to the San Francisco Bay area where he continued radio, tv, and film parts, appearing in Hart to Hart, Nowhere to Run, A Walk In The Clouds, Shadow of a Doubt, and many more.

In 1992, Ted came to KZST, and then helped begin KJZY. However, 9 years later, after the events of 9/11, Ted decided to get trained in emergency preparedness. It was another life changing decision that pulled his interest from entertainment to emergency medicine. Ted changed careers to help others as a Paramedic on a 911 ambulance and hospital Emergency Rooms.

Ted came back to KZST a few years later, hosting weekend mornings. He is now the News and Public Affairs Director for the four stations in the chain.

On-Air Schedule

Saturday 06:30am - 07:00am Sonoma County's Talking

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