Magic 102.3

Magic 102.3 plays familiar hits from the 70's, 80's, 90's, and 2000's, including the right amount of today's new adult hits. Perfect for listening at work, at home or in the car. The music is soft enough for background listening, but lively enough to turn up and enjoy. It’s music that helps people feel good. On Saturday night’s listeners can travel back in time with “Streakin’ Thru The 70’s”. A music intensive program that showcases all those great songs, fads, news, and lifestyle we remember from the 70’s.

STREAKIN’ THRU THE 70’S Saturday nights 8pm - 1am ET.

AM Drive

Jack Swanda has spent most of his broadcast career getting Omaha Nebraska out of bed. Over the years, Jack hosted mornings on Omaha’s KLTQ, KEFM and KGOR. He is also enshrined as a member of the Nebraska Radio Hall of Fame. If you recognize Jack's voice, it's probably because he has done voice work that can be heard all over the country for major corporate clients and ESPN.

Cathy Taylor is a Florida native and a big fan of all things music, family, friends and outdoor sports. Radio is Cathy’s other passion, and she has been entertaining listeners for over 15 years. She started her broadcasting career in Florida and has hosted shows on WTBT classic rock Tampa and WOLZ AC in Ft. Myers.

Teresa Brown hoped to be a rock star, but that did not work out. So she stars on the radio instead. From Las Vegas to Virginia Beach to Dallas, Teresa says "If you have a fun attitude, a story to tell and a great song - life is sweet!" In her spare time she makes up excuses to stay away from the gym, loves reading, British Television and cooking. And her guilty pleasure is all music from the 80's.
PM Drive

Kurt Gilchrist was most recently the Program Director and DJ for XM Satellite Radio where he oversaw six channels and was heard coast-to-coast on their 70's channel. He has also been on-air at KHMX-FM in Houston, KAPT and KEYI in Austin, KLTO in El Paso and most recently at When Kurt’s not entertaining on the radio, he spends time with his son and daughter who keep him “grounded.”
PM Drive

Scott LeTourneau started his radio career during his junior year in high school. Soon, the larger markets called him and Scott was doing afternoon drive in Dallas by the age of 20. There he worked with some veterans who prepared him ready for Chicago at 23. After 2 & a half winters in the Windy City, Scott’s LeTour scored well in Denver, Cincinnati, Kansas City & Albuquerque.

Rashke was a flight attendant who made the announcement "There may be 50 ways to leave your lover, but there's just four ways off this plane. Who wants to know where they are?" A program director was on the flight and recognized her potential as a radio host. The rest is history. Rashke has worked at great stations across America, including Joy 107FM Miami, Peach 94.9 in Atlanta, and KOSI in Denver, where she had the #1 ranked night show for over ten years.

Billy Shears has been in radio since the early 70’s, working in markets as small as Barnesboro, Pa and as large as Atlanta. His multi format experience includes AC, Hot AC, News-Talk, Country and Top 40. Billy also worked at WRMM in Atlanta, WFMM in Pittsburgh and KYKY, St. Louis.