Tommy & Joe Johnson are returning to mornings at Cumulus Country “K-Bull 93” KUBL Salt Lake City.
Johnson & Johnson previously led the KUBL morning show from 1997 until 2011 when they followed their Program Director Ed Hill to CBS’ 94.1 KMPS Seattle. After Hill exited KMPS this April, Tommy & Joe Johnson followed suit at the beginning of June. They will replace “The Morning Moo Crew” with Shotgun Jackson and Carly Cash who both were let go last week.
Cumulus Media announces that long-running Salt Lake City morning team Johnson & Johnson is back at Utah’s Country Leader, KBULL 93 (KUBL-FM) with a new morning show that debuts on Monday, July 27. The show will air weekdays from 5:30 a.m.-10:00 a.m.
Tommy Johnson and Joe Johnson— known on-air as Johnson & Johnson– originally came to Salt Lake City in 1997 and spent the following 14 years on KBULL 93 having fun in the morning and making Utah their adopted home. During that time, the duo received an ACM nomination for ‘Large Market Morning Show Of The Year’, helped raise over a million dollars in donations to The Huntsman Cancer Institute and gave away free weddings to hundreds of couples who exchanged vows at McDonald’s drive-thru’s, haunted houses and on the floor at half-time during a Jazz Game—some of whom are still married! Most recently, Johnson & Johnson headlined the morning show at CBS Radio’s KMPS in Seattle for the last four years.
Mike McVay, Senior Vice President, Content and Programming for Cumulus said: “Johnson & Johnson are amazing talent. They are an important addition to the collection of great personalities that are a part of Cumulus. We are thrilled to have Joe and Tommy join KBULL.”
Shawn Stevens, Program Director for KBULL 93 said: “Johnson & Johnson played a huge part in building the KBULL 93 brand during their 14-year reign and we’re excited to welcome them back home to Salt Lake City. We’re looking forward to having more “Big Fun in the Morning” with Johnson & Johnson!”
Johnson & Johnson said: “We are so excited and thrilled to be going back home to play with all of our Utah family again! We want to thank Cumulus EVP John Dickey and SVP Mike McVay, and in Salt Lake, Market Manager Pat Reedy, Operations Manager Dain Craig and Program Director Shawn Stevens.”