Best Of: Radio Broadcaster
All you need is love ” just ask Scott “The Weez” Peterson. The Rastafarian has broadcasted more than 700 episodes of his One Love Reggae show. “Reggae’s got such a good, positive message,” he says. “Everyone likes to have an island getaway.” The DJ discovered the music genre in the ’80s when his brother bought him an album. “My friends said it was house-cleaning music. And it is a good beat for vacuuming. But it’s so uplifting.” The Weez treks down to Jamaica fairly regularly, and in so doing fell in love with the place… and a woman. He’ll be returning to Vail with his new bride shortly after publication. He broadcasts one show twice a week: Wednesdays and Sundays from 9-11 p.m.
You might not know his name, but you recognize Steve Leigh’s voice. The man behind the Zephyr’s daily morning show sounds like none other. A relaxed interviewer, he’s rather tongue-in-cheek without being snide, interested without being over-the-top. He might be the real deal, but more importantly he sounds like he is.
Radio Free’s DJ Dayton explores artists from independent labels and the genre of music that includes such artists as Modest Mouse, TV on the Radio and Queens of the Stone Age. His selections are usually the newest/latest releases from these His show airs every Thursday from 8-10 p.m.
Chooglin’ with the A-Train: A-Train airs every Saturday evening and may be the most animated DJ around. His excitement and jubilant character can be heard through the mic. The Train plays eclectic ’80s, B-sides from pop artists and a little dance music to mix things up.