We've brought together the greatest mix of hosts from around the globe to play the Biggest Hits of The 70's and more for you. Hundreds of years experience on the air in cities across the country too: New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Dallas, Sacramento, Seattle, Salt Lake City, and even Fresno. That's right, Fresno! Every one of our 70's hosts have been on the air for decades and, in most cases, "lived" the best decade of music during its heyday.
Van Camp & Morgan
Mon-Fri 9am - 12pm ET
They say "twice is nice," but we're not totally sure when it comes to this pair! Now you can hear what the rest of the world hears daily over internet and terrestrial radio stations around the globe. It's the Van Camp and Morgan show!
Biting commentary about all things pop culture, including your favorite celebs and famous for nothing's too. They say stuff you wished you could say aloud.
Wake up with a smile on your face, and get ready for laugh out loud moments with John & Mo.
Mon-Fri 1pm - 3pm ET
Whether on stage or behind a microphone, Susan was a part of Northern California's theater and broadcasting community for over 25 years before joining Bud and the gang at That 70's Channel.
She has enjoyed her time spent teaching theater classes for kids, pledge drive pitching for public television, house managing at regional theaters, and lots of time on the radio at a variety of music stations through the years including CCM music at The Light, Gold Country KRAK, pop Y-92, and Smooth Jazz KSSJ as well as a news anchor and traffic reporting at several others - even broadcasting daily morning and afternoon reports from a traffic plane for a few months! These days, she enjoys hosting her midday show on That 70's Channel and stays busy with freelance voice and production work.
The “productions” she is most proud of are her 4 great kids who have all inherited her love of music and creativity. Susan also loves sharing her studio with her furry co-workers Cricket, Layla, Peanut, and Misty. 70's songs with bells and door knocking are their favorites!!
Mon-Fri 3pm - 6pm ET
DJ Rick has spent more than 40 years behind the microphone. In addition to hosting the 12 Noon to 3 PM show on That 70's Channel, DJ Rick also handles traffic and weather updates for iHeartMedia in San Francisco.
Through the years, DJ Rick has had the opportunity to work on the air in Sacramento, Los Angeles, Modesto and Vacaville/Fairfield. Rick's favorite hobby is collecting classic 45's and albums. He also enjoys working as a mobile DJ, cooking, classic TV shows, drives in the country and, of course, classic hits from the 70's.
He regards 70's music as the greatest because it was real music with real instruments.
Mon-Fri 6pm - 9pm ET
I was born and raised in San Francisco. I grew up listening to radio stations in the Bay Area like KFRC & KYA and knew that was what I wanted to do. I graduated from San Francisco State with a degree in Broadcasting & Communication Arts.
Right out of college got my first job in radio at KBLF AM 1490 in Red Bluff, California. Then onto KOBO AM 1450 in Yuba City, California doing mornings and program director. From there it was off to KOWL AM 1490 in South Lake Tahoe, California where I ended up with the morning show and program director duties in the 1980’s.
From Tahoe it was off to KNVR 96.7 FM in Chico, California as program director and mornings. I was only there for about a year, couldn’t handle the owner. Then it was off to KHYL (COOL 101.1 FM) Sacramento, where I was an on air personality for over 10 years. Today I’m on “That 70’s Channel” and love playing the biggest hits of the 70’s and more! I also own and operate a Mobile DJ company “DJ Sun City AZ Entertainment” in the Phoenix, Arizona area.
Mon - Fri 9pm - 12mid ET
For Trish, love of music is a family tradition. Although a novice in the art of radio announcing, Trish has been behind the mic since the age of 8 doing voiceover work for businesses all over the country all the while learning the tricks of the trade from her father and radio legend, Terry Nelson.
A lover of all genres of music (especially the 70’s!), Trish is excited to be able to play some of her favorite music of all time with people who love it as much as she does.
Mon - Fri 5am - 9am ET
Bryan was born in the San Francisco/Bay Area and was raised in Paradise, CA. His first job was in radio at age 15. Over the years he worked at several radio stations in Northern California, East Texas and Western Louisiana. Bryan left radio for several years while pursuing a career in public safety including being a volunteer, paid-call, seasonal and paid firefighter and served as Fire Chief at two departments. He also worked in law enforcement and was an award-winning K-9 handler of three incredible dogs for over 14 years.
Through the years, Bryan remained close to broadcasting by providing voice talent to IVR systems, corporate videos, and even station imaging.
Even though Bryan no longer works as a K-9 handler, he and his family continue to rescue/adopt retired police/military/contract working dogs and let them “retire” by living out their final years just being dogs and members of their family.
“I have been a fan of That 70’s Channel for some time. I am honored to now be a part of the family! It’s a dream come true!”
From a young age, Jeremy was in love with radio. At age 9 he built an AM transmitter to play DJ for his family, and his passion for broadcasting continued to grow from there. At age 19 he started on-air in Southern California and worked all sorts of music formats and even did traffic reports in Los Angeles. While the majority of his career has been behind the scenes in engineering (fixing and building radio stuff) he was honored to join That 70's Channel back in 2019 as a jock.
"Sitting behind the mic at TSC reminds me of the early days in radio, where we were there to have fun and entertain people. It's such a blast to get to play the biggest hits of the 70's and more with the awesome team at That 70's Channel."
Jeremy continues to work full-time in engineering, is married with three kids and two grandkids, and besides radio his other passions are Bible study and aviation.
Jeremy is also the producer of Truth Matters Radio featuring bible teaching, devotionals, scripture reading, and encouraging Christian music, all to help you grow in your knowledge and love of the Lord.
Merrick has spent many years behind the scenes as a manager across numerous areas of showbiz including motion picture, music video, theatre and live event production, including two stints at The Walt Disney Company and on numerous Broadway shows presented both in Las Vegas and on tour.
In 2003, he started his own station on internet radio network Live365 called Pop Goes The '70's (no longer on the air) and became pals with fellow station owner, Bud, creator of That 70's Channel, a friendship that has lasted almost two decades.
In 2021, seeking to expand the creative content of That 70's Channel — which, from its humble beginning in 2002, became the number one 70's station on the internet, which lasts to this day — Bud extended an invitation to join the on-air team to Merrick, who took but one second to respond to his friend with an enthusiastic 'YES!' In addition to his work on That 70's Channel, Merrick freelances as a voiceover artist for commercials, narration, corporate imaging and similar projects.
Corey Mitchell brings to That 70’s Channel years of contemporary radio experience in all phases of the radio business. He started his career as a disk jockey when he was a high school sophomore on the number one Top Forty station in his hometown of Amarillo Texas.
During his career, he worked in several radio markets including Amarillo, Fort Myers, Florida, Wichita Falls, Texas and Dallas, Texas. Corey Mitchell was part of the legendary staff at KNUS-FM in Dallas in 1972. This McLendon station forged the path of what radio would be like for the next 30 years.
After Dallas, Corey returned to his home town where he became involved in programming and then into sales. Corey’s ability in both sales and programming led to his success in station management. Now retired, Corey Mitchell is back on the air doing what he loves best, playing biggest hits of 70's and more on That 70's Channel.
Tim has spent numerous years commuting Northern California freeways as a Radio Announcer. His stints include KSAN-FM, KZQZ-FM (Z95.7) & KFRC-FM in San Francisco, KRTY-FM & KWSS-FM in San Jose, KNCI-FM, KHYL-FM, KGBY-FM & KDND-FM (107-9 The End) in Sacramento, KJOY-AM (Casey Kasem Engineer), KWIN-97.7 & 98.3-FM & KYBB-FM in Stockton, KATM-FM in Modesto and a very short stint at KFGY (Froggy 92.3) in Santa Rosa. (That’s a long story…) It all started on the San Joaquin Delta College Radio Station KSJC-FM in Stockton.
Prior to his Radio career, Tim was a business owner of a Vending, Food Services and Catering company and worked for several National retail establishments including Southland Corporation, the Tandy Corporation in management and for Rent-A-Center as In Store Sales Manager.He now work part time at two jobs...Bingo & That 70's Channel...both that I Love
Today's Top 10
Dennis is the host of Today's Top 10 Countdown on That 70s Channel.
Several times each weekday, Dennis counts down the top 10 songs from that day in 1970s history!
Dennis is a walking encyclopedia (what's that?) about 1970s music and artists. Treat yourself to an hour of memories from the greatest decade of music ever!
Jay began his radio career at KWG, Stockton, in 1980, later moving to popular KWIN where he did mornings for a year. The to KUIC, Quick 95 in Vacaville, CA to host his own Saturday Night oldies show, which continued when he went to Napa Valley's KVYN for parts of 12 years.
Jay's next move to KHYL in Sacramento, then known as Cool 101.1. Jay garnered top ratings for his "Jukebox Saturday Night" and "Magic 101 Saturday Night Jammin' Party" shows.
In 2013, Jay created and hosted the original "Arnold Almanac," featuring some highlights in music history for each day.
The Almanac is also heard on terrestrial radio stations throughout the country.
The Wolfman Jack Show
Wolfman Jack, the legendary howlin' voice of rock 'n' roll, emerged from the airwaves to become an iconic figure in radio history.
With his gravelly voice, howls, and eclectic playlists, Wolfman Jack became the voice of rebellion and a symbol of counterculture in the '60s and '70s.
Breaking barriers and transcending genres, Wolfman Jack connected with listeners in a way that went beyond the music. He brought a raw and unfiltered energy to the radio, earning him a devoted fan base. From the border-blaster XERF to the film "American Graffiti," Wolfman Jack left an indelible mark on the world of entertainment. His influence endures, reminding us that the spirit of rock 'n' roll lives on in the howls of the Wolfman.
Matias Bombal's Hollywood
Matías Bombal’s Hollywood is the weekly cinema review of the latest Hollywood releases.
He spent years in the theater business, both as promoter and restoration management of some of the greater Sacramento area's classic movie houses.
Matías also hosted the Sunday Night Movie on Sacramento's TV58. He was also a host of a local jazz show on NPR stations in Northern California, as well as a local documentary director.
In his spare time, he enjoys motoring in his classic 1959 Mercedes-Benz 220S and delights in learning a new word each day.
Station Owner/Program Director/Chief Engineer
I love radio I was born and raised in Sacramento CA. class of 1974, In 1975 I started my career at Radio Shack, a Store Manager at age 22. That was where I meet a Radio DJ named Chuck, who was doing a remote at the Grand Opening of my store. It changed my life.
In 1983, I made my on-air debut at KWOD Sacramento and KPOP Roseville/Sacramento. In 1989, I decided that radio needed to be part time (I like food and shelter), and for 33 years I was a public servant with the State of California. During that time I spent most of my radio career in the Studios part time at KGBY Sacramento and after retirement in the network operation center at K LOVE.
And way back in 2002, I started an internet station on Live365 as a hobby, That 70’s Channel, and in 2011 added That Christmas Channel.
We celebrated our 20th year in July, (Check out that story in the Station Bio) I also serve on the board of my Homeowners Association and share my home with my nephew and the best cat on planet, Jack.
That Thing with Rich Appel
"That Thing with Rich Appel" is a three-hour celebration of that radio every weekend, highlighting those jingles, commercials and all the hits, with features such as “The Slow Dance Make-Out Song of the Week” and “The World’s Shortest Countdown,” plus songs carefully chosen to match each weekend's birthdays, anniversaries, holidays and other events.
If you loved the era of fast-paced top 40 radio - where DJs talked up to the vocals, the jingles stood out, and the commercials were almost as good as the hits - you're sure to like THAT THING with Rich Appel.