Mouse Slippe and Rodney
April 18, 2015
Hosted by Kevin Gassman
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Returning to the show is Comedian Rodney Hood, who is now a host at the legendary Laugh Factory in their new location of Scottsdale, AZ.. We'll talk comedy, of course! Oh, and play great music!
Going Global with Gass, Man
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Going Global with Gass, Man is a show for those of you who want to be entertained with music, comedy and life. Our show will feature tomorrow’s music, today!
Bands from around the world will be heard on the show along with interviews from the up-and-coming bands and artists that we play. We’ll also be an interactive show, with games and giveaways for our listeners, and headlining comedians will stop by as well. This show also features Aliens With Gass: The Extraterrestrial Rock Show!
Kevin Gassman, aka Gass, earned his Broadcast Journalism degree from New Mexico State University and started in radio at a local rock station in Las Cruces, New Mexico. From there, he moved to Phoenix, Arizona, just like Alice from the TV series and movie. In Phoenix, Gass worked at KTAR, and KMVP, an ESPN affiliate. At the stations he produced shows and did some on-air reporting. His first show was “Hockey Night in Phoenix” with Stanley Cup winner Brent Severyn. From there, Gass went to KXXT, News Talk 1010, also in Phoenix, where he began “That Sports Show with Those Guys.” This was a lighthearted look at the world of sports with help from comedians Dave Bierstein, Reggie Walker and Jon Jesmer. After that show ended, Gass moved to All Comedy Radio KPHX AM 1480. Gass hosted mornings and produced the Danny Bonaduce show. After All Comedy Radio folded, Gass joined Independent radio station KWSS 106.7 FM in Scottsdale, Arizona, which subsequently moved to 93.9 FM in Phoenix after several years.