DJ Vice & Krystal Bee Join 97.1 Amp Radio

97.1 Amp Radio KAMP Los AngelesEntercom CHR “97.1 Amp Radio” KAMP Los Angeles has announced the addition of DJ Vice and Krystal Bee to their airstaff.

Eric ‘DJ Vice’ Aguirre will host a daily one hour mixshow from 5-6pm weekdays. Bee, most recently hosted middays at Meruelo Media Rhythmic CHR “Power 106” KPWR after being part of their morning show from 2011 until earlier this year. She will host weekends at KAMP.

Entercom, the #1 creator of live, original, local audio content in the United States, announced the addition of DJ Vice to 97.1 AMP Radio (KAMP-FM) in Los Angeles as on-air host of “DJ Vice in the Mix.” The show airs weekdays from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. PT. The station also welcomes Krystal Bee as weekend on-air personality. Both moves are effective immediately.

“DJ Vice and Krystal Bee have been household names in the Southern California radio and music scene for more than 25 years collectively,” said Jeff Federman, Senior Vice President and Market Manager, Los Angeles. “Both are quality additions to 97.1 AMP Radio and we look forward to them delivering a fresh listening experience for fans.”

“As someone who was born and raised in Los Angeles, it’s an honor to be a part of the 97.1 AMP Radio family and take over the airwaves,” said DJ Vice. “This mix is so fulfilling to do for my city, and hopefully I can ease the pain of our listeners as they sit in L.A. traffic.”

DJ Vice has extensive on-air experience, as well as conducted nightclub residencies and performances at festivals across the country. He was named as one of “America’s Best DJs” by DJ Times in 2011. Prior to joining Entercom, Krystal Bee held on-air roles for KPWR in Los Angeles since 2011.

“AMP has a vision for radio that is so exciting,” said Krystal Bee. “I have loved working with the team and I am excited for everything the future holds for me, the station and our amazing listeners.”

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