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93.1 The Mountain/Las Vegas to Debut ''The Woody Show''


The Woody Show
The Woody Show

iHeartMedia Classic Rock KYMT-FM (93.1 The Mountain)/Las Vegas announces the debut of "The Woody Show," weekdays from 5-10am effective June 8. The program features Woody, along with co-hosts Ravey, Greg Gory, Menace and Sebas. In 2016, the show was a NAB Marconi Radio Award finalist for "Major Market Personality of the Year," launching into syndication by Premiere Networks in 2017.

93.1 The Mountain also announced that weekday host AD Rowntree will launch a drive time show weekdays from 3-7pm, effective June 8. The veteran Las Vegas personality, who also serves as Assistant Program Director for the station, will continue his recently expanded on-air role in other iHeartMedia markets, including Houston, San Diego, Cincinnati and Tulsa.

"Joining 93.1 The Mountain is an incredible opportunity for 'The Woody Show,'" said Woody. "We've had a long-distance relationship with Vegas for a long time. It's consistently one of the Top 5 cities consuming our daily podcast, and as a neighbor market with Los Angeles, we are there a lot for both business and personal adventures. We owe a great deal of gratitude to Tony Matteo, Glynn Alan, Gene Romano and Kevin LeGrett for going all in with 'The Woody Show.'"

"We're seeing incredible growth on 93.1 The Mountain and Woody is a perfect fit for this station and for this city," added iHeartMedia Las Vegas Senior VP/Programming Tony Matteo. "We're excited to bring ‘The Woody Show' to the 'Entertainment Capital of The World.'"

"AD's done an outstanding job for us at 93.1 The Mountain in mornings. He brings a fresh rock perspective and unique voice to the format. We're proud to see his nationwide reach continue to grow and we're happy that Las Vegas will continue to be his home market," Matteo added.

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