DJ Profiles

Shirlee George

I am happy to share the musical soundtrack of my life with you my community. Music to sing, dance and cry to. Please join me for The Smiling Iris And The Bouncing Bee Thursdays 10am to 2pm. You will love it if you're 2 or 94 and everything in between. Music for all generations from around the world.

Heather Gehr

The Melting Pot - I come in every third Saturday of the month, stir up the pot and release the full moon energy,,,,,,show 2-4pm

Rebecca Murphy

Reba's Reggae & Blues - Join Rebecca Murphy on the 1st, 3rd and sometimes 5th Mondays, from 6 to 8pm for a smattering of music from Jamaica and around the world as well as music of the soul, and blues. Reba enjoys sharing a variety of reggae and blues, music you can dance by.

Katherine Okey

Welcome to "Katherine's Carousel of Musicals", where a merry-go-round of melody and magic wait for you! Each Sunday morning, between 9 and 10, Katherine will present a selection of songs from musicals, and each new show features a different theme; you'll be able to hear songs from musicals that were seen and heard on Broadway, in movies, and even on T.V.
Sometimes, an entire musical will be broadcast, and most of the songs and the synopsis will be presented, in synopsis-song-synopsis fashion, over the course of a few Sundays, so that you can truly understand the musical story that you're listening to.

Byron Pethman

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Frank Rabusin

Frank joined the broadcasting staff at KFOK in 2017, after a career in the audio/video business for almost 40 years.
Music has been a major part of his life since childhood, and the quest for a live concert experience in his living room resulted in a constant quest for better speakers, more accurate sound and the sharing of that experience with friends and family. It's the sharing part of the experience and the love for the music that prompted him to become a broadcaster. When you tune in Frank's show, you will hear not only great blues sprinkled with some classic rock, but he will also share some of the stories and anecdotes about the artists themselves. His show, HWY 49 Blues & Tunes can be heard on Tuesdays from noon to 2pm.

Cathy Rohm

FATHead Radio Fridays 9 to noon
Relive the magic that was KFAT radio out of Gilroy. Off air since 1983, you can still capture the essence of Today’s Lard. KFAT ushered in the genre of Americana, and FATHead Radio carries on this cherished tradition. Cathy plays from the extensive KFAT collection, as well as offering selections from her vast personal collection of FAT-like music. The Lard Lives on at KFOK!!!
Red Dirt Roadhouse Odd Saturdays 9 to noon
Tune in on the odd Saturdays from nine to noon to explore music that may be familiar, but more likely will introduce you to tunes you’ve never heard before. Guaranteed to rock your socks off on a Saturday morning. From Asleep at the Wheel to the Rev. Billy C. Wirtz, it’s all good, all the time on Cathy’s Red Dirt Roadhouse!
The Oxford-American Hour Alternate Sundays 6 – 7 p.m.
Sit back and take in rare and unusual songs from America’s deep South, with an occasional venture into not-so-southern states. Music from the 1920’s to the present. An hour’s worth of musical food for the mind. Only of KFOK!

Michael Smith

The Earth Man’s Show    Mondays 12 to 2pm/Rerun Tuesday 6 to 8 A program dedicated to honoring, respecting and loving our beautiful and abundant Mother Earth with special appreciation for our Georgetown Divide. Music, stories, news and discussion on how our planet and the life upon it is faring in an era of climate change and major animal extinctions. All due to the activities of homo sapiens, (us two leggeds) and our addiction to fossil fuels and disregard for our relatives in the animal and plant families. It is a plain speaking attempt to rouse human beings to accept the role of responsible stewards and preserve our magnificent planetary home for all future generations.

Greg Thompson

X Marks the Spot    Thursdays 8 to 10pm /Rebroadcast Monday 2 to 4 pm. Greg misspent much his adolescence by hanging out in Los Angeles-area clubs as he became hooked on the punk rock of the late seventies and early eighties. Venues such as the Roxy, the Starwood, the Hollywood Palladium, Madame Wong's (both East and West), and of course the Whiskey and others were frequent haunts. Bands such as X, Fear, the Germs, the Alleycats, the Mentors, the Gears, the Plugz, the Dils, the Bags and many others could be seen at these fine establishments. Also along that time came bands such as the Blasters, Lone Justice, Dream Syndicate, Los Lobos, Redd Kross, the Plimsouls and others. X Marks the Spot features many of these bands and some new artists, many different musical genres, and the music spans the past five decades but is still as current as ever.

Stan Uomini

The Weed Patch Radio Show  4th Friday of the month - 6-8PM  Take a trip back to the 60’s with Stan Uomini. Playing Classic Rock from the mid 60’s through the 70’s. Put on your favorite tie-dye, turn on the lava lamp & light up those black light posters & groove to the likes of Jefferson Airplane,The Grateful Dead,Jimi Hendrix & Janis Joplin & Big Brother & The Holding Co. It’s a trip you don’t want to miss. Thats every fourth Friday of the month 6-8PM only at KFOK community radio 95.1 FM or streaming audio at KFOK.org

I have been collecting this genre of music for over 50 years. It’s been a passion of mine & a labor of love. I will also provide information based on fact or an experience I might have had from  the artists I feature such as a concert I might have attended.

Gary Welch

Old or new we'll make sure You've got the blues every Saturday from Noon to 2 on Mostly Blues.