6am – 11am – Steve Vassalotti
11am – 4pm – Cyndy Drue
4pm – 9pm Matt Cord
9pm – midnight – Sean Burke
7am – 11am – Angel Donato
11am – 4pm – Paul Kelly
4pm – 9pm – Andre Gardner
9pm – 10pm – Jim Kinney
10pm – 12am – Little Steven’s Underground Garage
Cyndy Drue grew up outside Philadelphia in Worcester, Pa listening to the “boss jocks” on WFIL. She had a radio show at Centenary College in New Jersey, her first job at WSAN in Allentown, and eventually landed at her dream station, WMMR from 1983-1996. One of her favorite perks of the job is getting to interview the artists. But if only she hadn’t turned down Bono’s dinner invitation back in 1980….She loves playing all the classic rock on WMGK Saturdays 11am-4m. Cyndy writes a blog on WMGK.com as Event Reporter. To find out more about her, check out her website www.cyndydrue.com.
Jim Kinney is a Philly guy. He has lived here all his life, with a 15–year jaunt to the Mid–West in the middle, starting his radio journey in Sharon, Pa. He went through Beaver Falls, Pa., Pittsburgh, Dayton, and Madison, Wis. before returning to Philly. He’s a Masterman and Central H.S. alum and has a bachelors degree in broadcasting and journalism from Kent State University. Classic Rock is his music and he has more than 300 concert ticket stubs to prove it. He also has an extensive travel resume, having been in 43 states and 6 foreign countries, and loves to spend time outdoors, usually taking his camera with him.
T Morgan, a Philly Radio legend, is considered to be the father of Classic rock in Philly. In 1967, the young DJ was somehow able to convince a Philly station to play a new brand of music that included artists like: The Doors, Cream, The Who, Jefferson Airplane, etc. Besides his time on the airwaves, he was a record producer and has been associated with many name artists. In time, his love for Classic Rock brought him to WMGK. With his vast knowledge of music, he has helped write research and perform many of the famous weekend specials on WMGK.
Paul was born and raised here in Philadelphia. Concerts he’s been to include LIVE AID at JFK, tons of Spectrum and Vet Stadium shows—Pink Floyd, Rolling Stones, and Guns ‘N Roses. He’s a workout nut that loves classic rock. Broad Street Run, Rock’Roll Half Marathon, and the Philly Marathon are all events he’s run…and continues to keep racking up the road miles…..just don’t tell him he can’t do it. Been on in the air in Atlantic City, at WZXL..Wilkes-Barre/Scranton at ROCK 107…and Poughkeepsie NY at 101.5 WPDH. Ecstatic to be on the air in the hometown after growing up (well, he hasn’t grown up yet) on Philadelphia radio listening to radio legends—John Debella, Debbi Calton, and Andre Gardner. Paul’s family has been Eagles season ticket holders back to the Franklin Field days…and bleeds Eagles Green. E-A-G-L-E-S!!!!
Leigh Richards is a 43 year veteran of Philadelphia radio, TV, and film, including 25 years at WXTU Radio. Late 70’s -early 80’s: At WPST, Leigh played all the new songs and albums which are now Classic Rock and played on WMGK. At WHYY-TV, Leigh hosted/co-hosted several special program events. and was a featured contributor on Maury Povich’s show on KYW-TV, when it first aired in Philadelphia. She is currently a business contributor on KYW Newsradio, and an air personality on WMGK. News, talk music, Leigh has worn many hats throughout the years, breaking ground for women in radio and making a little radio history.
Sean Burke is a fairly new DJ to crack the mic, but not new to radio. Sean began his career with WMMR, and has spent the last nine years at WMGK. In his role as Promotion Director, he helps organize and plan all of MGK’s contests and events, as well as assisting with planning WMGK on-air programming. Sean was born and raised on Classic Rock, starting with his first job, cleaning vinyl. When not on-air or at an MGK function, Sean is frequently attending Classic Rock concerts, and keeping updated on Rock News. Sean can be heard on Saturday nights, and occasional fill-ins.
Steve was born and raised in North East Philly. He began his radio career in 2007 at WMMR before moving into sports radio at 97.5 The Fanatic. In 2015 Steve made his way back to music radio joining The John DeBella Show at MGK. He’s a huge sports fan, likes to cook and is always trying to find time to get to the golf course on weekends. When not on air he’s at home spending time with his 2 young sons and annoying his wife! You can hear Steve annoying DeBella every weekday morning in addition to Sunday afternoons.