Saturday, October 30, 2010


Veteran Los Angeles air talent Jay Coffey is new to mornings on Saul Levine's KKGO (Go Country 105). He replaces Shawn Parr who left a few months ago. Teamed with Ginny Harman, the new show works within the confines of the PPM world delivering short imaging, music and music contesting, with long breaks after information in stop-sets. Enjoy FTC'S FIRST EAR on Go Country 105's Jay Coffey. 

JAY COFFEY Jay Coffey joins Go Country 105 in the mornings from 6am – 10am with co-host Ginny Harmon. Jay Coffey first arrived in Los Angles in 1977 to work at Bill Drake’s K100. After making it to the number one spot and 8 years in afternoons, Jay moved to 93/KHJ in 1985.  After only 4 months Jay was transferred to KHJ’s sister station K-EARTH 101 where he would spend the next 20 years working on one of the most successful Oldies stations in America. In 2002 Jay was promoted to program director of K-EARTH 101 and was nominated program director of the year in 2003.
GINNY HARMAN Longtime country radio personality Ginny Harman can be heard weekday mornings from 6am to 10am. For decades Ginny has honed her skills at stations across America – from Milwaukee to Nashville and Cleveland to Phoenix. She has over 25 years of voiceover, acting and broadcasting experience, and having been associated with over a dozen charities, Ginny is also passionate about being directly involved with the local community. In her spare time she enjoys riding her Harley, doing Theater and hanging with her cats.

1 comment:

  1. Shawn Parr never left go country - he just moved to a different time.