This weekend, this guy is runnig the radio station:
"Otto" the Auto Pilot
Yep, we're putting this Flame Thrower on Autopilot for the 3-day weekend. (It's a lot easier to cook stuff on the grill and make beer runs that way!)
We'll be giving you chances to rock the next song, so you can choose your own tunes for that backyard cookout.
With the radio station on Auto Pilot, that means we can throw the remote broadcast gear in the car and go wherever the party is...and we'll be doing that too.
Saturday night, the Grizzlies take on the Spurs at Fedex Forum in Game 4 of the West Finals...and we'll be there too. We're heading back to Beale Street at the main Fedex Forum Plaza. If you remember when Rock 103 was on Beale, that was our former parking lot. Now it's the main entrance to the Grindhouse! We're right in the middle of the action for a downtown-wide party that's sure to last late into the night. We're trucking in Jumbo TV's to watch the game on for this downtown-wide party.
Enjoy your Rock 103 Weekend...and Stay Rockin' My Friend!
Brian Jay hasn't always worked at Rock 103...but sometimes it seems like it. Brian first discovered Rock 103 as a listener when the station first went on the air in 1977.
From his first time on the air at the Craigmont High School radio station, Brian pretty much knew that he wanted to work in radio. In the 90's, the opportunity came along and he took a job doing Weekend Mornings on Rock 103. And so "Brian Jay's Hangover Clinic" was born. Then, Brian took over the night shift for a couple of years. Brian later moved to mornings, producing the legendary Wake Up Crew. Brian would take a job for a couple of years across the hall at our News/Talk station and return to Rock 103 Mornings solo for the "Shut Up And Rock" morning show in 2012-2013.
These days, when the moon is full and the atmospheric conditions are just right, you just might hear Brian on the air. Or was it your imagination?