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Meet BriBri
bri@theknack107.com

Past Career: Shift Manager at local Wienerschnitzel

What's your favorite breakfast: French Toast w/ powdered sugar served with
hash browns, bacon and scrambled eggs (preferably with cheese) haha

What CD in your collection do you never play: An old mix CD with a bunch of
random songs from the 2000's

What's always in your fridge: Ketchup

What or who ticks you off most right this second: My computer is running a
little slow.. but other than that I'm really not one to get ticked off too
easily

Favorite Bands/Artist: Loving Adele here lately but I also love G Eazy and I
will always love Christina Aguilera!

Best concert: Haven't been to many but I would say Lone Star. Definitely one
of the most personable interactive concerts I have ever been to.

What CD/mp3 is in the player/'puter at home right now: G Eazy



Meet LokeLoke
loke@theknack107.com

Loke’s Full Name? Raquel Loke-Lau Brigoli! Named after her Great-grandmother, Loke in English mean “Rose.” She is combination of Mexican & Hawaiian.

Born in Torrance, CA but raised in the streets of Compton, California, she moved to the Tri-State area in 1991 following high school, literally days before the LA riots.

She met the love of her life here 15 years ago and got married on New Years Eve of 2016.

Loke worked at The Ramada Express Hotel & Casino as a sound and lighting tech for 10 years before starting her own business as a local DJ & Karaoke host and she’s been hard at it for over 7 years.

Now, according to Loke “I am living the dream and I was lucky enough to be brought on to The Knack Morning Show.” She’s enjoying every second of it.



Meet ArtArt Stierst
art@theknack107.com

Art Stiers started in music when he was in high school, at 16 years old, growing up in LA’s Hip-Hop scene. He began mixing with vinyl records at private, underground house parties and weddings. During the late 80’s he worked up to playing at night clubs all over LA, including Florentine Gardens, Whiskey Go-Go, and The Red Onion. In the early 90’s he went back to school to study veterinary medicine. In 2002 he moved to Kingman, AZ, and started working as a veterinarian technician, working with domestic animals, as well as lions, tigers, and bears (oh my!) at the Keepers of the Wild.

He now has his own entertainment business with his wife, Linda, and is in the beginning stages of a social media marketing venture for local businesses. He is taking his old school mixing to a new level, with an interactive high energy journey of music, with top 40, house, old school mash up, rock, and country.

FAVORITES

Movies: Breakfast Club, Titanic, Die Hard

Foods: Seafood, Chicken, Mexican, Sushi

Music: Eclectic – I pretty much like it all – music is food for the soul

TV Shows: America’s Got Talent, Happy Days (I’m showing my age), The History Channel, Food Network Channel (because my wife has made me like it over the years!!)

Vacation Spots: Washington D.C., Hawaii (ok, never been to either place….but if I ever get a free week or two….lol)

 



Ryan Seacrest

On Air with Ryan Seacrest airs weekday afternoons on The Knack from 3:00-7:00pm. Ryan interviews today’s biggest names in entertainment and the original show featured a former local news correspondent by the name of Ellen K, and includes many popular segments. Following departure from the show, Ellen was replaced by former KIIS-FM midday jock Sisanie (who was also the substitute host for her on occasional days).

Segments on the show feature:

Ryan's Roses - Listeners call in with the suspicion that their significant other is cheating. An 'On Air' staff member then calls the accused cheater imitating a florist who wishes to offer them a dozen free roses to be sent to anybody of their choosing. Often the accused cheater will send the flowers to the "wrong person," which often results in the "truth" pouring out and an argument between the couple, moderated by Seacrest. This segment is based on the common radio skit War of the Roses, which has been used on hundreds of radio shows around the country since the mid-1990s.

Tell Me Something Good - Listeners call and explain something good that has happened in their lives.



Rick Dees Weekly Top 40

Rick Dees began his Weekly Top 40 Countdown, still currently in syndication, in September 1983; the show was created after Dees' station, KIIS, lost American Top 40 to a rival station over the playing of network commercial. The Rick Dees' Weekly Top 40 is now heard each weekend in over 200 cities worldwide and the Armed Forces Radio Network. 


Rick Dees Weekly Top 40 airs on The Knack every Sunday from 6:00am – 10:00am.



Ryan Seacrest- AT40

On January 10, 2004, Ryan Seacrest took over the hosting duties of American Top 40 from Casey Kasem. 
With the host change, AT40 underwent a makeover, using a new theme song and introducing several new features. These extras included interviews with celebrities, a gossip section, and an update on movies screening in cinemas. Other extras inducted on a regular basis include "AT40 Breakout", a song predicted to crack the chart within the next few weeks (formerly known as the "Out of The Box" hit); "Request Line", a segment in which Ryan Seacrest will play a song requested by a listener; "Double Play", a former hit from the artist just played; "AT40 Sleaze" (inspired by the "Dees Sleaze" segment of the Rick Dees Weekly Top 40 radio show); and "AT40 Rewind", a hit song from the past decade or so.  

Ryan Seacrest’s T40 airs every Sunday from 10:00am-2:00pm.


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