St. Louis Rock station KSHE has announced some lineup changes.
Guy “Favazz” Favazza — a 29-year KSHE radio vet — moves from afternoon drive to mornings and will be joined by KSHE’s 43-year radio vet John “Uman” Ulett. Lauren “Lern” Elwell has been with the station for more than 10 years, and will move into the afternoon drive slot. Finally, Mark Klose, who began working for KSHE in 1973, is back to host middays.
“These moves pair The U-Man and Favazz together in morning drive, and gives Lern a great platform to connect with our fans as a standalone on-air personality,” said Marty Linck, KSHE’s newly hired Brand Content Director. “In addition, having Mark Klose rejoin the staff during the work day and bring back ‘Klose’s Cut Above’ at noon will really help further cement our position as the rock music authority in St. Louis.”
“KSHE 95 is built on legacy. We feature rock music that St. Louisans love, shared by your favorite LOCAL radio personalities, LIVE every day! This is why KSHE is one of the most successful and longest-running Rock stations in the country,” stated Tommy Mattern, Operations Manager – Hubbard Radio St. Louis.