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KSHE rocks changes to weekday deejay lineup

KSHE rocks changes to weekday deejay lineup

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'U-Man" and 'Favazz'

John "U-Man" Ulett, left, and Guy "Favazz" Favazza, KSHE's new morning-drive team. Photo by Ben Vogelsang

Woke up this morning and classic rock was on your mind?

Understandable, since some changes are taking place, starting Monday, at KSHE (94.7 FM).

First, the morning-drive team has gotten one-half of an overhaul: 

Guy "Favazz" Favazza, a 28-year-plus KSHE veteran and the longtime afternoon-drive host, now joins John "U-Man" Ulett during the 6 to 10 a.m. shift.

For the math-curious, the pairing of Ulett and Favazza puts almost 73 years of KSHE rock jockeying together: Ulett started at the station in May 1976 and Favazza came on board in June 1991.

Lauren "Lern" Elwell, a 10-years station stalwart who had been with Ulett in the morning and stayed on by herself until 1 p.m., now flies solo on the afternoon-drive shift, 2 to 6 p.m.

And last, but far from least, Mark Klose is back on full-time duty at the station. He will man the midday shift from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Klose, who first started at KSHE in 1973 and then left for other stations in later years, also will bring with him a revival of "Klose's Cut Above," which are longer-play selections that will air at noon each weekday.

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