99.5 The Mountain Denver Adds Dave O’Brien For Mornings

99.5 The Mountain KQMT DenverEntercom Classic Rock “99.5 The Mountain” KQMT Denver has announced the addition of Dave O’Brien as morning host.

O’Brien most recently spent fourteen years in mornings at Emmis Country “97.1 Hank-FM” WLHK Indianaplis until his exit in April. O’Brien also has worked at Rock 103.3 WRZX, CHR 93.1 WNOU, and AC 97.1 WENS in the Indianapolis market.

He takes the morning slot that had been held by Mike Casey until his departure in January.

Entercom, a leading media and entertainment company and one of the two largest radio broadcasters in the U.S., today announced Dave O’Brien as new morning show host for 99.5 The Mountain (KQMT-FM), Denver’s classic rock powerhouse, effective August 27.

“It’s a new morning on The Mountain and we’re thrilled to have Dave O’Brien join us,” said John Fullam, Senior Vice President and Market Manager, Entercom Denver. “Dave’s ability to engage fans, his passion for the music and successful track record made him the perfect choice to host mornings on 99.5 The Mountain. We look forward to having Dave’s talent and experience propel The Mountain’s morning drive to new heights.”

“I’m very excited to join the talented team at Entercom Denver and can’t wait to start rocking Denver awake every morning on 99.5 The Mountain,” said O’Brien. “I’m eager to embrace the Colorado lifestyle and I’m more than ready to return to my classic rock roots.”

O’Brien is a seasoned radio veteran with a rich history of experience in multiple formats. Prior to joining Entercom, O’Brien served as morning show host for WLHK-FM in Indianapolis, IN since 2005. During his time in Indianapolis, O’Brien was awarded Large Market Personality of the Year by the Indiana Broadcasters Association three years in a row, as well as nominated for an NAB Marconi Radio Award in 2016.

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