K-LOVE Announces New Lineup

K-LOVE has announced that the “Scott and Kelli Show” is returning to weekdays from 8am-1pm. Two years ago Kelli moved to a solo show while Scott handled afternoons. As of Monday, this duo is back together.
Following Scott and Kelli is the new team of Jeff Detrow and Randi Tyler for the “Jeff and Randi Show,” weekdays from 1-6 p.m.
For the past seven months, Randi has been a familiar voice on K-LOVE nights. Prior to joining K-LOVE, she hosted middays on 95.9 The Fish in Los Angeles.
Jeff is the newest addition to the K-LOVE air staff. His incredible career landed him in the Radio Hall of Fame in 2016. He attended Oral Roberts University and spent 33-years as part of the “Jeff and Jer Showgram” morning show, with stops in Detroit, Chicago and San Diego. Jeff joins K-LOVE after six years at CBS radio’s KYXY in San Diego. He has relocated with his wife, Kristen, to Orangevale. They have six children.
EMF’s own Carlene Kennedy also assumes a new position as Director of National and Local Promotion and Events.

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