THE BOB & TOM SHOW — Weekdays 5AM-10AM
The BOB & TOM Show have been waking up the Central Coast for decades! Now they have called 95.3 The Beach their home! Wake up with The BOB & TOM Show Weekday mornings on The Beach!
RICARDO — Weekdays 10AM-2PM
Originally from Santa Barbara, the Central Coast has in someways always been my home. Love to travel, long and short term. Other than that, love to attend concerts, DJ at parties, or simply relax at home and enjoy the beautiful weather we have here on the Central Coast!
SHAWN — Weekdays 2PM-7PM
HOMETOWN: Morro Bay, although I’ve been known to wander…
FAVORITE THINGS: Clean socks, junior mints, mullet-spotting, excel spreadsheets, night swimming, Dan and Chuck, and air quotes.
FAVORITE BANDS: Journey, George Michael, 2Pac, Johnny Cash, Poison, U2, Tim McGraw, Josh Turner…I could go on and on…
FAVORITE PLACES: In my bed.
DAVINIA — Weekdays 7PM-12AM
I keep trying to amend the reputation of the British by leaving big tips in bars and restaurants, and by brushing my teeth twice a day. I’ve lived in the U.S. since 2006 and sound very ‘American’ (according to my Mum.) My favorite album of all time is Play by Moby. I like bits and pieces of all genres but try to keep off the hard rock whilst driving. I recently became a Mother myself and I love it, even if it means I don’t get to wear heels as often, and yes, my sweet baby is often covered in lipstick!
NEW WAVE NATION — Saturdays 9PM-12AM
Join NINA BLACKWOOD Saturday nights at 9 for NEW WAVE NATION. Whether it’s British imports like Depeche Mode, The Clash and The Smiths, or domestic punk like Talking Heads and The Ramones, it’s all found in New Wave Nation. Exclusive interviews, cool features and, of course, Nina Blackwood, an icon of the era, all make this series extra special for affiliates and listeners alike.
ACOUSTIC STORM — Sundays 8AM-11AM
The Acoustic Storm features the best variety of acoustic-based rock. With an emphasis on acoustic guitar-driven songs, Jeff Parets presents the full spectrum of acoustic rock, including rarely heard “unplugged” versions of classic tunes in their purest form.