Jim McInnes swerves all over the musical map every Saturday from 9 am until noon. He has been a successful commercial radio broadcaster since
1970 becoming a radio household name during his 29-year stint on
(then-San Diego rock radio powerhouse) 101.5 KGB-FM. He has a penchant for Latin and Big Band jazz, favoring the works of Duke Ellington, Tito Puente, and Eddie Palmieri. A Detroit native, Jim grew up immersed in rock and soul, so he leans toward the sound of the Hammond B3. When he’s not on the air, he jams with his various bands, writes for The Troubadour, and dreams of going to Ireland with his wife Sandi and dog Zeppelin.