Gonzo Greg Biography
Gonzo Greg Spillane (born March 28, 1965) is an award-winning American radio personality best known for various Morning Radio broadcasts, including The Big Dumb Show and Gonzo in the Morning.
Gonzo Greg is a famous Radio Personality, who was born on March 28, 1966 in United States.
According to Astrologers, Gonzo Greg zodiac sign is Aries
Gonzo Greg is a native of Massachusetts, but he moved to California in 1978.
Gonzo Greg Net Worth
Gonzo Greg is one of the richest Radio Personality. Gonzo Greg is also listed on the elit list of Richest Radio Personality born on March 28 . According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Gonzo Greg net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.
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In 1993, while at WMMR, Gonzo was offered a morning show position at KRXX (93X) in Minneapolis, Minnesota. When WMMR would not match the more lucrative offer during contract renegotiation, Gonzo left Philadelphia. Unfortunately, his stay at 93X was short, as the station was sold in 1994, a few months after his hiring. During his time there, he hosted segments for Comedy Central’s “RadioActive Television”, and Tommy Chong surprised them with a guest appearance on their final broadcast.
When Gonzo left KNAC in 1991, he was immediately hired on at WMMR in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. There he hosted nights, and his show boosted ratings dramatically, becoming #1 among listeners.
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Gonzo began his radio journey in 1984 as an intern at famed glam metal radio station KNAC in California. At the time, KNAC was an alternative rock station. When the format changed to a “Pure Rock” format, many of the former DJs left the station, giving Gonzo his first opportunity to move from intern to DJ. He started with the overnight shift before being moved to the night shift. In 1989, at the peak of glam metal’s heyday, he was assigned to the coveted morning show, effectively launching his career.
Gonzo worked at KVGS again in 2009, first hosting PM drive, then mornings again. The station changed formats to BOB-FM, and he continued to work mornings until his departure from the station in 2013.
It was not long after their departure from X103 that Gonzo and Nicole were approached by KVGS in Las Vegas, Nevada, to host the morning show at the new Area 108. The Big Dumb Show was renamed to Gonzo in the Morning, and Gonzo won the Las Vegas Weekly’s Readers’ Choice Award for “Best Radio Personality”. Gonzo in the Morning continued until summer of 2007, when they were let go due to budget cuts.
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Always wanting to work in radio, he began attending Long Beach City College in 1984 to pursue an associates degree in telecommunications.
After leaving WTFX-FM, Gonzo went straight to work at KCAL in San Bernardino, California, where former KNAC co-worker Rick Shaw was now program director. He continued to host mornings at WTFX until 1997.
Gonzo’s next stop was WKRK in Detroit, Michigan, when it was K-Rock, to work for legendary programmer John Gorman. He began working there as host of the PM drive, until the format was changed to “Extreme Radio”, during which time he moved to afternoons. When the station changed formats, this time to “FM Talk”, he hosted mid-days with co-host Erin Carmen. After a few months, Erin left Detroit to work in Chicago, and Gonzo continued hosting solo, before moving off-air to work as Production Director until mid-2000.