KRIM 96.3 FM Disc Jockeys
Rockin' Ron Morning Program
Listen Live Weekdays 7 - 10am
Rockin' Ron is a household name in Rim Country. Born and raised in Payson, Ron rode the waves in the Navy for 3 years, then returned to Payson and has been rockin' the airwaves for 26 years. He is a musician and leader of the Ron Gibson Band. Living the dream!
Listen Live Weekdays 10 - 11am
Randy Roberson is one of the most recognized and trusted voices in Rim Country. For over 35 years he's been covering news and events in the area. Now he's the host of the KRIM Community Spotlight program. Listen to Randy interview local organizations, town and county officials and business owners on the radio or watch the interviews live on the KRIM-FM Facebook page. You can contact Randy by emailing him at email@example.com.
Listen Live Weekdays 11 - 2pm
DJ Pammy, or Pamela Newman as some may know her by, has many titles but her favorite is mom. She has two children - a 17 year son and 14 year old daughter. Her passion in life is Radio. She has been on the radio for 6 years and loves how it connects her to the community. When she’s not on the air, DJ Pammy enjoys listening to music and hanging out with her family. You can contact DJ Pammy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Listen Live Every Monday 7 - 9pm
Talk show host and DJ Mazatzal Mike has been part of the Payson Radio scene for 25 years. An avid record collector whose musical tastes span multiple genres, his focus on his show Acoustic Traveler is Accoustic Americana; stripped-down Roots Music: Rock, Country, Folk and Bluegrass played on non-electric instruments. Tune in every Monday night from 7pm-9pm to enjoy Acoustic Traveler and contact Mike at email@example.com.
Listen Every Tuesday 7 - 8pm
Floydian Slip is a one-hour, weekly radio journey through the history of the rock band Pink Floyd. Host Craig Bailey works classic Floyd songs, deep album cuts and Floyd’s unique brand of ambient segues into a seamless blend of music and sound best described as a listening experience. Accented with succinct and thoughtful commentary, “Floydian Slip” is programming that becomes a weekly destination for classic rock fans.
Listen Every Tuesday 8 - 9pm
Dead Air offers psychedelic snapshots of music’s longest and strangest trip. The Grateful Dead in concert and in the studio from 1965 – 1995. Cory Daniels shares quality selections from legendary live concerts, rare highlights, fine studio releases, news about surviving members of the band, current releases from the vault, and some insightful interviews. This one-hour program delivers tunes from official releases so no bootlegs, imports, downloads, or pirated music.
Fred the DJ
Listen Live Every Wednesday 7 - 9pm
Fred the DJ has spent the last four decades accumulating great pop, rock, jazz-rock fusion, reggae, and country rock songs that for one reason or another were seldom heard on mainstream radio. He hosted a radio show in Wickenburg for over 7 years and has DJ’ed over 100 events during the past 35 years. Request a song or let him know you enjoy his show by emailing him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Listen Live Every Thursday 3 - 6pm
Like Rock’in Ron our morning DJ I play the drums. I've always loved music. I like all kinds of music from Glenn Miller to Deep Purple. There have been two things that I knew I wanted to do - train dolphins and be a DJ. I've already trained dolphins and now thanks to KRIM I get to fulfill my second dream. Never give up on your dreams. This is your program, so send me your request at email@example.com and let’s dream together.
Listen Every Friday 6pm
Fishing Angler, Tournament Director, & Radio Host Tracy Purtee has been on the radio for 3 years and fishing since 1964. He has placed in the top 3, 15 times with 3 first place big fish. On Let’s Talk Fishin’ he will be bring you information on local lakes & streams, provide you with the hot fishing spots, rigs, lures, and techniques. Email Tracy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Listen Every Saturday 5 - 9:00pm
Johnny J was born, raised and lives in Erie, Pennsylvania. He's married, has three kids and two dogs. Johnny's a huge hockey and baseball fan. You used to find him bothering his family & neighbors with his guitar or drums. Now you'll probably find him on any of the local lakes or ponds fishing. Johnny J has been a DJ on WFSN and WWUC. Follow The Big Rock on Facebook at facebook.com/bigrockradio.
Listen Every Saturday 11 - Midnight
The Deuce Music Show is a one hour radio show presented by Matt Barker and features bands and artists promoted by Deuce. The show is currently being broadcast on over 60 radio stations worldwide. Run by Rob Saunders, DEUCE has been establishing itself as being one of the leading companies in the music industry to offer services to independent bands and artists worldwide. For more info visit the Deuce website - https://www.deucemusic.com.
Listen Every Sunday 8 - 10am
Yacht Rock Radio is captained by Adam Ritz. Adam is a 25 year veteran of radio and tv, and a 40 year fan of what we know now as Yacht Rock! The first song he ever played on Yacht Rock Radio was Baker Street by Gerry Rafferty. These songs, “take me back to a nostalgia that makes me smile remembering the easy life from 1976 to 1983.’
Listen Live Every Sunday Noon - 3pm
Arden has been dabbling in audio production and radio since 1999. His love for Jesus and Christian music is evident. Revival rock is about sharing that love and getting others excited about all that Jesus has to offer. You can email Arden at email@example.com or message him on the Rock-n-Revival Radio Facebook page.
Listen Every Sunday 7 - 9pm
Since 2001, Pat Gwinn has hosted and produced Pat Gwinn At The Beach, a two-hour syndicated show celebrating Rhythm & Blues and Carolina Beach Music. Pat Gwinn at the Beach has been nominated multiple times by the Carolina Beach Music Academy for the Best Syndicated Show. Pat is a partner in Kool Winds Entertainment Group, LLC and the general manager of Kool Winds Radio. Visit Pat's website patgwinnatthebeach.com.
Listen Every Sunday 10 - 11pm
I have worked in radio off and on since 1972. While attending Phoenix College I had small part in the Wallace and Ladmo TV show. Most of my radio career has been as a volunteer with Recreational Reading for the Blind and Sun Sounds of Arizona. Early in my life in radio I learned one’s musical taste must be varied: Acoustic Jazz, Big Band, Classical, Rock and Roll to Standards. I invite you to join me on Sunday night for relaxing Eclectic Waves.