101.3 The Brew Grand Rapids Adds Rover’s Morning Glory
iHeartMedia Classic Rock “101.3 The Brew” WBFX Grand Rapids has added the syndicated Rover’s Morning Glory for mornings.
Rover replaces local host LT.
101.3 The Brew, The Brew Rocks Grand Rapids, announced today the debut of the Rover’s Morning Glory show, effective January 23, 2017. Rover’s Morning Glory will air weekdays from 6 – 10 a.m.
Rover’s Morning Glory features on-air personalities Rover, Duji, Dieter, Charlie and Jeffrey, who focus on pop culture, topical humor and the biggest guests in the world of music, movies, sports and entertainment. The morning show features a variety of popular daily and weekly segments including The Shizzy, The Thursday Hook-Up and Tech Tuesday. The show plans to broadcast from Grand Rapids throughout the year with appearances at some of West Michigan’s biggest events.
“We’re excited to be on 101.3 The Brew in Grand Rapids, a city that has more craft beer breweries than anywhere else on the planet. It’s a perfect match, since my staff has consumed more craft beer than any other radio show on the planet,” said Rover. “We’re going to give the great people of Grand Rapids our unique take on the world, so expect the unexpected!”
“We are thrilled to add Rover’s Morning Glory to 101.3 The Brew,” said Casey Krukowski, Program Director for 101.3 The Brew. “The show is funny, irreverent, topical and like nothing else on the radio in West Michigan.”
Rover’s Morning Glory will continue to broadcast from its flagship station, WMMS in Cleveland, OH, and its reach includes the RMG-TV live videocast of the show, which streams daily on the interactive www.RoverRadio.com and the RMG mobile app. The show is syndicated across several markets nationwide and recently hosted its ninth annual RoverFest, a live concert and community event that attracted over 20,000 attendees and featured performances from established and rising star recording artists and a fireworks display as well as highlighted locally owned businesses
101.3 The Brew is a leading media outlet in the Grand Rapids market and its content is available across multiple platforms, including its broadcast station; online via its branded digital site; mobile; and social, with nationwide listening through iHeartRadio, the all-in-one streaming music and live radio service – with its more than a billion downloads and 95 million registered users.
Shane “Rover” French is a 19-year radio veteran who began his career in his hometown of Las Vegas in 1996. He has been an on-air personality in several cities including Knoxville, TN; Denver, CO; Los Angeles, CA; Seattle, WA; and Chicago, IL. Rover has become one of the nation’s most popular on-air personalities. Rover’s Morning Glory was a hit from the first day it aired in Cleveland in 2003.