This week, Bob and Coe are passing the microphone to some of the biggest names in rock as the KGB Morning Show welcomes these guest hosts (May 14-17): Phil Collen of Def Leppard; Tommy Shaw of Styx; Kelly Hansen of Foreigner; and Dee Snider of Twisted Sister. Brace yourself, anything could happen!
Listen to 101.5 KGB FM to hear these classic rockers takeover the KGB studios and host our morning drive show, May 14 - 17, 2018.
Phil Collen - Guest Host on Monday, May 14:
is the lead guitarist of Def Leppard and has been a member of band since 1982. Phil's guitar skills are self-taught. Phil Collen began playing on his cousin's guitar growing up in Hackney, England and got serious about when when he received his first guitar on his 16th birthday. Def Leppard's hits include: Pour Some Sugar on Me (1987); Love Bites (1987); Photograph (1983); Rock of Ages (1983); Two Steps Behind (1993); Foolin (1983); Too Late for Love (1983); and Bringin' On the Heartbreak (1981).
Tommy Shaw - Guest Host on Tuesday, May 15:
is a multi-talented guitarist, singer, and songwriter who joined Styx in 1975. Before the band made it big, Shaw personally traveled from coast-to-coast and studio to studio begging radio stations to play "Come Sail Away" which was written and sung by Dennis DeYoung. As a result, Shaw was instrumental in the band's breakthrough success for the album The Grand Illusion which went Platinum in 1977. Tommy Shaw wrote the Styx hits "Renegade," "Blue Collar Man," and "Too Much Time on My Hands".
Kelly Hansen - Guest Host on Wednesday, May 16:
became the lead singer of Foreigner in 2005. Both Lou Gramm and John Edwards held this position with Foreigner prior to Hansen. Hansen was born in Hawthorne California and has had a long career in the music industry as a singer-songwriter and musician, playing the guitar, keyboard and percussion. Anyone who has heard Kelly Hansen perform will tell you that he's got an incredible voice that maintains the integrity of original Foreigner material while still being unique, powerful and engaging.
Dee Snider - Guest Host on Thursday, May 17:
known for his wild, blond locks Dee has been the front man of Twister Sister since 1976 and has remained the band's sole songwriter ever since. Dee's a celebrity on many fronts and his repertoire includes: singer, songwriter, musician, actor, radio and TV personality, voice actor, screenwriter, and spokesperson. Despite his heavy metal rock popularity, Dee Snider actually sang is a church choir as a child, and the Baldwin High School Concert Choir where he grew up in Long Island, New York.