Chasta Takes Middays At 107.7 The Bone

Dominic Zakk Zaccagnini KSAN San Francisco 107.7 The BoneAfter filling in on the shift for the past year and a half, Cumulus Media Classic Rock “107.7 The Bone” KSAN San Mateo/San Francisco CA has announced that Chasta Michaelis will take the 10am-3pm daypart permanently.

Known on-air just by her first name, Chasta, she will continue to serve as part of the Lamont & Tonelli Morning Show and a daily live video on the station’s Facebook page. Chasta had been filling-in on middays since the retirement of Steven Seaweed in June 2017.

CUMULUS MEDIA announces that it has named Bay Area radio personality Chasta Michaelis (known on-air to listeners as “Chasta”) as Midday Host on 107.7 The Bone/KSAN-FM, broadcasting weekdays from 10am-3pm. Chasta has served as interim host of Middays on 107.7 The Bone since Bay Area Radio Hall of Famer and Rock radio icon Steven “The Weedman” Seaweed retired in mid-2017. She will continue in her role on 107.7 The Bone’s Lamont & Tonelli Morning Show and will also continue producing her daily Facebook Live chats from The Bone studios following each morning show.?
 
Dominic Zaccagnini (Zakk), KSAN-FM Program Director, said: “Chasta’s skill set created a position as unique as her brand. The Bone is the heritage rock station for the modern era and Chasta is a rare top talent with the creativity, commitment and versatility to grow an audience while also assuming more responsibilities and roles. This is a great example of our company’s commitment to the highest and best use of its talent.”
 
Chasta said: “The Bone was on a short list of legendary stations I always wanted to be a part of. Belonging to this radio family with these radio giants is humbling to say the least. I have poured my heart into my work and the listeners have totally embraced me and have truly become my Bonehead family. For me, the spirit of the radio is the deep human connection you can make as a jock with an audience through the love of music. I’m grateful I was bit by the on-air bug 17 years ago and to be rockin’ The Bone today.”

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