“Morning drive is a crucial battlefield
and Gonzo is a proven pro.”

- Buzz Casey, Program Director, WFBQ Indianapolis

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KVGS-FM, Riviera Broadcast Group, LLC
Las Vegas, Nevada
February 2006 to July 2007 - Mornings

Area 108 KVGS 107.9 FM Las Vegas - Demo 1
Area 108 KVGS 107.9 FM Las Vegas - Demo 2
Area 108 KVGS 107.9 FM Las Vegas - Demo 3

Gonzo Greg
Las Vegas Weekly Reader’s Choice Award Winner 2007:
“Best Radio Personality”.

“Best Radio Station” Award-Winner two years in a row.


Program Directors:
JJ Jefferies
Larry Mac

Keith Cunningham, Jacobs Media

Web Site Archive (semi-functional):

WRZX-FM, Clear Channel Communications
Indianapolis, Indiana
June 2000 to August 2005 - Mornings

X-103 WRZX 103.3 FM Indianapolis

Morning Show Production - Sweepers, Bumpers, Promos & Assorted Noise

Morning Show Bits - Alleged Comedy, Parody Spots & Other Dumbness


"Warts N' All" Scoped Airchecks: The Final Week In Indianapolis

Monday, August 8, 2005

Friday, August 5, 2005

Thursday, August 4, 2005

Wednesday, August 3, 2005

Tuesday, August 2, 2005

Monday, August 1, 2005


Video: "Big Dumb Movie" Movie Hosting Show from UPN Indiana

Mornings at one of the nation’s consistently highest-rated Alternative Rock stations.

Winter 2005:

“Gonzo Greg’s self-proclaimed ‘Big Dumb Show’ has, after years of solid #2 placings in Adults 18-34 now actually surpassed hometown favorites Bob & Tom in TSL Adults 25-54 with a stupendous 4:30.”

#1 TSL Adults 18 – 34
#2 Adults 18 – 34
#2 TSL Adults 25 – 54
#4 Adults 25 – 54


Don Stuck
Beau Asner

Program DIrectors:
Scott Jameson
Lenny Diana

Web Site Archive (semi-functional):


“Who Wants To Get Married At X-Fest”, live event featuring the original reality TV guy, Rick Rockwell.

Halloween “Pumpkin Propulsion” competition makes international news.

Comments featured in “Entertainment Weekly” piece on “Shock Radio”.

Produced and Hosted X-103’s daily music news feature, “X-Files”.

Detroit, Michigan
April 1997 to May 2000
PM Drive, Mid-Days, Nights, Production Director


K-ROCK WKRK 97.1 Detroit Nights
Extreme Radio WKRK 97.1 Detroit PM Drive
Extreme/FM Talk WKRK 97.1 Detroit Mid-Days

… Detroit's Alternative, Active, Alternative Again, and then FM Talk Station ...

Erin Carmen

Program Directors:
John Gorman
Mike Stern

Gonzo arrived in Detroit to work with legendary programmer John Gorman, and the brand-new “K-ROCK” in Detroit.

After a lot of format-tweaking, and the station’s limited success under the thumb of corporate busy-bodies, the format flipped to “Extreme Radio” under programmer Mike Stern, at which point Gonzo moved to afternoon drive.

After an explosive debut book as "Extreme Radio", corporate again decided to change format, this time to “FM Talk”. Gonzo teamed with co-host Erin Carmen for mid-days. A few months later, Erin then left to work with Mancow in Chicago, so Gonzo hosted the show solo for a while, until he moved off-air to become Production Director.

KCAL-FM, Anaheim Broadcasting
Riverside/San Bernardino, California
June 1995 to February 1997 - Mornings

Mornings in the Inland Empire of Southern California.

KCAL 96.7 FM Riverside/San Bernardino


Program DIrector:
Rick Shaw


* Hired pyrotechnics team to combine 4th of July with Thanksgiving to blow up a turkey.
* OJ “verdict morning” live broadcast from local tavern.
* Saint Patrick’s Day “Lucky Charm Wrestling”.
* “What does it sound like when you throw a drum kit off the roof?”
* Live ski resort broadcasts from Big Bear, California where we invented body-bag extreme-sledding and the La-Z-Boy Recliner sled.

WTFX-FM, Prism Radio Partners, LLC
Louisville, Kentucky
April 1994 to May 1995 - Mornings

Louisville is great. Mint Juleps? Not so great.

The Fox WTFX 100.5 FM Louisville

Program DIrector:
Buzz Casey


* Live Broadcasts from the Kentucky Derby. Apparently, it’s a horse race. Soaked in bourbon.
* Crazy Jim Rose-esque freakshow at station festival “FoxStock”.
* Daily Feature: What should we drop off the top of the parking garage?
* Used same parking garage to invent, and broadcast “Vertical Bowling”.
* Hosted a variety of local TV segments.

KRXX AM/FM, Entercom Communications
Minneapolis, Minnesota
September 1993 to February 1994 - Mornings

Entercom promised hot chocolate and a snowmobile suit for a morning show in Minnesota. A few months later they sold the place.

93X KRXX 93.7 FM Minneapolis

“Gonzo’s style and talents are among the very best in the business. He’s perhaps the brightest young personality in the country.”

-Gregg Steele, Director of Music Programming, Sirius Satellite Radio

Program Director:
Gregg Steele


* Comedian Tommy Chong arrives as a surprise guest to help us celebrate our final broadcast.
* Hosted segments for Comedy Central’s “RadioActive Television”.
* Invented “Reverse Dogsledding”: Where owners pull their dogs in 30-below cold.
* “Human Groundhog” predicts coming of spring.

WMMR-FM Westinghouse Broadcasting
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
July 1991 to August 1993 - Nights

Gonzo went to Philly to do the night show and convince aging rock listeners that Nirvana was cool. Surprised everyone by being successful.

WMMR 93.3 FM Philadelphia

“I found Gonzo Greg in California and asked him to come to Philadelphia to shake things up a bit, which he did. People thought I was out of my mind.”

-Joe Bonadonna, Program Director, XM Satellite Radio "Top Tracks"

Program Director:
Joe Bonadonna


Spring 1993:

#1 Men 18-34

#1 Men 18-49

#1 Men 25-49

#1 Men 25-34

#2 Persons 25-49

“WMMR turned a good trend last month, but the Spring Book qualifies as an unmitigated mindblower. Former kingpin WYSP dipped slightly 6.0 - 5.8 as WMMR regained the throne with a whopping 4.1 - 6.6 rebound. Highlights include Gonzo Greg building 4.7 - 5.5 at night.” - Hard Report, July 16, 1993

KNAC-FM, Flagship Broadcasting
Los Angeles, California
June 1984 to June 1991 - Mornings

From Intern to Morning Guy.

Pure Rock 105.5 FM KNAC Los Angeles

When Gonzo started at KNAC, it was LA’s other alternative rock station.

In 1986, the station flipped to the Jeff Pollack-consulted “Pure Rock” format. The end result of the subsequent exodus of “new wave” DJ’s was Gonzo getting the overnight shift. Then the night shift. Then, in 1989, the morning show, right at the height of hair-metal hysteria.

Stew Herrera

Program Directors:

Jimmy Christopher
Tom Marshall
Pam Edwards


* First DJ in the world to play “Dr. Feelgood”, when Motley Crue brought in a test pressing.
* Debuted some band called Guns ‘N’ Roses.
* Did a video voice-over for the last Rob Halford-fronted Judas Priest album, “Painkiller”.
* Broadcast live from LA’s Monsters of Rock.

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