THE BOSS JOCKS
John Van Camp
Mon-Fri 6am - 9am Pacific
John hails from Central California and has been on the air since 1976 when he finished junior high (ok, it was a bit after that, but close) and was around for the end of Boss Radio in the 1980s. For the past 20+ years, he's been a resident of Boss Angeles, and an internet radio pioneer. He hosts "The Big Boss Show" every weekday morning from the "Home of Boss Radio."
Mon-Fri 9am - 12 Noon Pacific
Bob comes to The Boss by way of the San Francisco Bay Area, as do many of our Boss Jocks. Bob grew up in Boss Angeles and was in TV production and a DJ here for several years before landing in Northern California. Bob is an alum of the world famous KSFO in San Francisco and KLIV in San Jose, CA (the old stomping grounds for Mister Smooth Peter B). When Bob isn't busy being a Boss Jock, he's a professional photographer and hosts week-long photography adventures for enthusiasts in Italy.
Mon-Fri Noon - 3pm Pacific
Born and raised in Monterey, California, Dean started radio in 1987 at KWAV 97FM (it was also the station where he met John Van Camp!). Dean has worked primarily in Monterey-Salinas (KOCN/KDON/KTOM/KRQC/KCDU) as a Production Director and DJ at these stations. Dean also did middays at KABX-FM in Merced in 2000 where he was christened “Cousin Dean” and mornings at “Oldies Radio” AM 1200 KYAA in Monterey. When not working at Boss Boss Radio, Dean’s a driver with the Monterey Airbus and is also a limo driver.
The Insane Darrell Wayne
Mon-Fri 3pm - 6pm Pacific
Darrell started broadcasting in 1972 at KEZY in Anaheim and worked at stations throughout the 70s, Drake-Chenault Radio Syndication (the folks behind the launch of Boss Radio!) and eventually Program Director and on-air host at “World Famous” KROQ in Los Angeles. In addition to being a Boss Jock, Darrell owns K-Tahoe radio in Lake Tahoe, and several syndicated rock radio shows.
Mon-Thurs 6pm - 10pm Pacific - Weekends
Kevin hails from the Central Valley of California where he worked up and down the dial since the 1970s. From Madera to Bakersfield to Visalia and, finally, settling in Fresno. Kevin has rocked The San Joaquin Valley at some of the biggest radio stations AM or FM, including 95 K-BOSS. Kevin currently lives in Fresno with his wife Karen and is proud grandpa of five!
Mon - Thurs 10pm - 2am
Corey comes to the Boss from The Great State of Texas, where he has been on the air for several years in Amarillo, Wichita Falls and even the Big "D" Dallas where he was a Boss Jock on legendary KNUS-FM. He also spent some time in Florida on the air as well and now brings his talents to Boss Weekends!
Sunday 10am - 1pm Pacific
In the Paley Center for Media (formerly The Museum of Broadcasting) for the contributions she made to "free-form" FM radio, Raechel has an illustrious career on air from San Francisco to Los Angeles, CNN, Sirius/XM, and Dial Global satellite radio nationwide. Ms. Rae Boss-casts her show from Baja California every week!
Sat 1pm - 4pm Pacific
Rockin' Rog hails from Central California, where he and John Van Camp worked at a number of stations together. Not only is Rog a Boss Jock, he's also the voice of the station, that guy who you hear saying "Now That's Boss!" Rog currently lives in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada in Northern California and keeps the weekend rockin' with Boss hits! Roger is also available for hire as the voice of your commercial or corporate presentation, more info at Roger's Voice Over Site.
Oh Yeah 80s Friday - SNUSA - Weekends
Texas Panhandle Broadcasting Hall of Famer Jamey Karr has been in radio since he was 14. He grew up about 30 minutes from El Paso, Jamey has been on the air for more than 40 years. Jamey is also the producer and host of the "Oh Yeah 80s!" Friday Night and “Saturday Night In The USA” every weekend.
Who Cares News - Weekends
"Producer" Morgan started on The Boss as a helper for the Big Boss Show, and has evolved into co-host of the mega-popular "Who Cares News" weekday mornings with John Van Camp. She's also a Boss Jock, working weekends, and fill-ins since 2013, a real staple at The Boss.
Kelly comes to the Boss from a long career in Boss Angeles radio at rock legend KLOS. Her voice has also been heard over dozens of stations across the country via satellite programmer Dial Global. Kelly also worked at the legendary Bay Area rocker KOME during its fabled days that led to the making of a major motion picture based on the station, "FM." After stints on the air in Santa Barbara and Ventura, Kelly is once again bringing her voice to the airwaves on The Boss.
Dave was born in Southern California and grew up listening to Boss Radio in Boss Angeles. After moving to Las Vegas as a boy, he continued to return to California during the summers and caught the Boss Radio fever. Dave has been a Las Vegas radio staple for decades. He now lends his voice to the Boss airwaves from Boss Vegas every weekend.
David A. Reed
David was born into rock and roll radio royalty. His father is B. Mitchell Reed, a very familiar name in Boss Angeles radio from the 60s and 70s. Mitch was once known as the fastest mouth on radio, and eventually co-founded progressive rock radio with Tom and Raechel Donahue (yes our Raechel Donahue!) David caught the radio bug as a youth and got his start in Santa Barbara, working alongside Kelly Cox (yes our Kelly Cox!) David is Bossing up your weekends!
Professor Chuck Bland
The good Professor was the winner of our "Next Boss Jock for A Day" contest and worked his way on to the airwaves at Boss Boss Radio as a fill-in and weekender. While Chuck teaches at Cal Poly University San Luis Obispo, he is having the time of his life playing Boss hits and living his dream of being a Boss Jock!
Ricky grew up wanting to be on the air. He decided on his career at age 9 in Los Angeles, growing up with the sounds of Boss Radio KHJ as the soundtrack for his teen years. Working at such prestigious stations in Las Vegas, Palm Springs, El Paso, and San Luis Obispo, CA. Ric is currently living in Southern Utah with his partner Terri, her son Josh, two dogs and 4 neurotic cats.
Nothing But Old 45s
Sundays 6am - 7am Pacific
Larry Kratka hosts the syndicated "Nothing But Old 45s" every weekend on The Boss. Larry shares his massive library of "old 45s" complete with pops, crackles and scratches. Check out his hour-long show Sunday mornings.
That Thing with Rich Appel
Sundays 7am - 10am & 9pm - Midnight Pacific
"That Thing with Rich Appel" is the 3-hour weekly syndicated show hosted by Rich himself and airs on over 100 stations worldwide. Rich is also a friend of The Boss, having filled in on the morning show here as well as been a guest on The Big Boss Show, which makes him a part of The Boss Nation.