Ron Way made his way to Reno radio via the swamps of Florida in October of 2009 and joined the crew at the Bandit in September of 2013. You can find Ron bellied up to numerous watering holes, concert venues, on the slopes at Mt. Rose or just hanging out at an Aces game. He's also immersed in the local music scene with his band "The Liver Scars" (a band to see in person to believe - wear a helmet). Join Ron Way in the afternoons from 2 to 6pm right here on 92.9 THE BANDIT!
The Sixx Sense
There's no one in the world quite like Nikki Sixx, and there's nothing on the radio quite like his show "Sixx Sense." Each night, he'll be talking about the music and topics on everybody's mind, but filtered through the unique perspective and attitude of someone who has seen it all, done it all, and is still hungry for more. You'll get a backstage look into the world and mind of a rock star. But not just any rock star, Nikki Sixx from Motley Crue. You'll get the inside stories that others are too afraid or ashamed to tell. Nikki will get straight, honest talk from special celebrity guests, bands and friends, no matter how notorious or nefarious. Plus, he'll play all the hottest music in rock. Hear him only here Monday through Friday from 6 pm to 11 pm local time.
Loveline follows the call-in question-and-answer model with the primary goal of helping youth and young adults with relationship, sexuality, and drug addiction problems. As a practicing internist and addictionologist with training in psychology, Dr. Drew's answers have medical credibility, but the addition of Adam Carolla's humor and insight resulted in a program with entertainment value as well. Carolla repeatedly stated his role on the show as something of a trojan horse: He lured listeners with dirty jokes and wisecracks in hopes they'd learn something that could improve their lives. Actors or members of popular bands often participate as guests.
Since Carolla's departure in November 2005, the show has continued with celebrity co-hosts and guests, some of whom have announced their hope to be hired as Carolla's replacement. From July 23, 2006 through April 30, 2009, KROQ disc jockey Stryker served as co-host with Pinsky.
As of March 2010, KROQ's very own Mike Catherwood took over the co-hosting duties, bringing a unique viewpoint to the show as both a recovering addict and comedian.