Seasoned Air Personality Joins K-LOVE Nights

ROCKLIN, Calif. (June 1, 2017) – K-LOVE radio network welcomes a 20-plus year veteran of radio to nights. Randi Tyler assumes the 6 p.m. to midnight shift formerly hosted by Larry Wayne, who is retiring after 21 years on K-LOVE.

“Through the years, I’ve found the best way to genuinely connect with people is through love and laughter,” Tyler said. “I’m so humbled that now I can encourage K-LOVE listeners and share hope.”

Before joining K-LOVE, Tyler hosted middays on 95.9 The Fish in Los Angeles. Before that, she spent 13 years at WRVE 99.5 The River in Albany, New York. In 2014, Tyler published I Probably Shouldn’t Poison My Mother, a collection of humor essays about growing up, as she describes, in “functionally dysfunctional” middle America!

“We are excited to have Randi on K-LOVE! She’s warm, has a great sense of humor and can engage listeners. Randi will be a great addition to our team,” said Randy Chase, director of programming.

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