Tuesday, January 31, 2006

Tic Tak and the Freak Show

No, I didn't make that up. That's the name of the new "crew" you'll be stuck listening to if you live in Chicago and turn to 103.5 Kiss FM (WKSC) on your ride home from work.
Seriously.
According to the Chicago Sun-Times, Marc "Tic Tak" Allen (formerly of Q95-5 WKQI in Detroit) and his entourage called "The Freak Show" will be on the air from 4 to 8 p.m. weekdays. I'm sure they're nice people, and tolerable to listen to, but maybe we should work on the name.

It seems the station had to shake things up to make room for them. The article states that, "Following Kevin "Drex" Buchar's morning show, the new "Kiss FM" lineup features Robert "Adam Smasher" Maher from 10 a.m. to noon, Nikki Imbrascio from noon to 4 p.m., and Mack Weaver from 8 p.m. to midnight."
Let me know if any DJs are "missing".

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

RadioandRecords.com mentioned today that WHBQ (Memphis) DJ Big Boy has replaced Tic Tak for the evening shift at WKQI in Detroit.

DJ-M said...

Freak fired?

DavidFerrellJackson said...

Tic Tak has now moved to KBWF (95.7 The Wolf), a Country station in San Francisco, as of April 2006:

http://tinyurl.com/33wm79

DJ

Anonymous said...

Tic Tak's about to be fired by the Wolf. Big shock.

DJ-M said...

Here's the link from the previous post from DJ:

Bay Area Radio Blog

Russ Berman said...

Does anyone know if this is true, that Tic-Tak is really gone from 95.7 Wolf? I notice they've had a substitute DJ for him lately.

Tom said...

Tic Tak and the freak show is now doing afternoons at New York new 92.3 NOW FM. This station just flipped from K-ROCK. It is now Top 40. Currently playing 10,000 songs in a row, commercial free. www.923now.com

Dana said...

big boy , tic taks replacement in detroit just had his contract expire and is now taking the on air shift after tick taks afternoon drive in new york