Brooke FoxWeekday Mornings 5:30AM - 9:00AM
A self-described small town girl living the big city dream, Brooke Fox has worked in morning radio for the past 13 years. Brooke and her husband recently welcomed a baby girl to the world, and are living in a constant state of sleep deprived, delirious, life altering joy. In her free time Brooke serves as a spokesperson for the American Heart Association and the Komen Foundation.
Jubal FlaggWeekday Mornings 5:30AM - 9:00AM
Jubal Flagg is a standup comedian, radio host, television personality and comedy writer. Known for his quick wit, and keen and often strange observations, Jubal has been entertaining audiences on-stage and on the radio for more than 10 years. The son of two ministers, Jubal attributes his quirky sense of humor to, well, growing up with the name Jubal. Jubal is also passionate about giving back to his community by supporting various charitable organizations, including the Youth Suicide Prevention Program and Susan G. Komen.
Jose BolanosWeekday Mornings 5:30AM - 9:00AM
Jose grew up in the restaurant industry, but decided to try stand-up comedy at the age of 23. After a chance encounter with Jubal Flagg, the two hit it off, and Jose began opening comedy shows for him. Listeners can always count on Jose for a laugh. He is known for his crazy stunts, and high energy. He has an arsenal of impressions and characters, and has a very unique laugh and positive attitude.
Robb RoseChicago Morning Show Producer
Robb grew up on the north side of Chicago, a pretty a tough place for a White Sox fan.
At the age of 20 he left Chicago to host radio shows in Michigan, Iowa, Kansas, Florida, Arizona and Illinois.
When Robb isn’t rooting for the Sox, Hawks or Bears he can be found spending time with his wife Vicki, step kids Jackson, Kevin, Josie, his daughter Sommer and their fifth child Isabelle who happens to be a Golden Retriever / Chow mix.
Robb enjoys cooking and can whip up a pretty good pizza from scratch. However, he is still attempting to learn to cook things other than pasta, burgers or dogs on the grill.Email Robb Rose
Lisa KostyWeekdays 10:00am - 2:00pm
If they gave an award for the person “Most likely to hug”, we’re pretty sure it would go to Lisa Kosty. Always a people person, Lisa loves being a part of your day at work. A graduate of Saint Mary’s College, it’s no surprise that Lisa’s an avid Notre Dame fan, in addition to cheering on the Bears and the Cubs with her husband David. Residing in Chicago, you can often find Lisa dancing at a concert or enjoying the lakefront. Lisa loves to cook and is always happy to share a recipe, so feel free to reach out here. Lisa encourages you to dance like EVERYONE is watching, as long as your boss won’t fire you for doing so.Email Lisa Kosty
Jay StylesAfternoons 2:00PM - 7:00PM
Jay Styles has worked in radio for most of his life having secured his first job at the age of 15.
A native of Rochester, New York, Jay’s career began while in high school broadcasting basketball games.
Radio has taken him everywhere from Texas to the Cayman Islands. Chicago is a dream come true for Jay and his family.
Causes close to Jay’s heart include mental health awareness and pediatric cardiology.
Jay and his family live in the South Loop.Email Jay Styles
Brian MiddletonWeeknights 7:00PM - Midnight
Born and raised in the suburbs of Chicago, Brian spent his early years with roller skates glued to his feet, spinning in many of the roller rinks and night clubs in and around the city.
His love for mixing paved the way for him to do so here at SHE as a Radio guy (like his Dad).
Having done hundreds of live radio broadcasts in the city and suburbs, he never picks a side, he loves it all, Cubs, Sox, Blackhawks, Bears and Garrett’s Popcorn.
While getting his Marketing degree, Brian became the DIY guy in College, so if you run into him with something that needs fixing, he’ll take his best shot.
Brian TravisWeekdays 12:00am - 5:30am
Growing up in the same south side neighborhood Chaka Khan grew up in, Brian listened to Chicago radio his entire life aspiring to one day have a cool job as a DJ. He started in downstate Illinois and then came back to Chicago to do traffic, news and DJ-ing. This single man has been a loyal White Sox fan since the 70s and grew up planning to be a DJ, but also considered being a baseball play-by-play announcer, photographer, actor or train engineer.Email Brian Travis