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. |
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