Our shows

Show NameHours On AirDays On AirShow/Talent
The Brian and Chris Show6AM-10AMMonday-FridayBrian Lee & Chris Wolfe
Rob Stark10AM-3PMMonday-FridayRob Stark
Allie B3PM-7PMMonday-FridayAllie B
Nights with Alice Cooper7PM-MidnightMonday-FridayAlice Cooper
Classic Rock5PM-7PMSaturday
Time Warp8AM-NoonSundayBill St. James
The Classics7PM-9PMSundaySteve Downes
Talent Bios

Brian Lee

Brian has been a radio personality for over 32 years and has actually partied with some of the classic rock bands played on the show!  However, it’s hard to remember most of what happened—“it was great to be young in the 70’s hangin’ out backstage!! Sometimes lucky enough to be in the right place at the right time” He still has the roach and chicken bone from AC/DC’s Hells Bells Tour…probably freezer burned by now! Brian says it has been really cool to meet these musicians over the years and most of the time they are truly nice people…really down to earth.  The festival shows were his favorites and included headliners like Led Zeppelin, The Stones, Journey, Nazareth, Blue Oyster Cult and Foghat to name a few!  “A friend of mine got tickets to see a new band and asked me to go, I said “Who the hell is BOSTON?” Ended up seeing them three times. Was also very cool when J. Geils came out on stage riding in a Harley’s sidecar. Used to have lots of spare time! Brian has also appeared in a few films including King Pin, Angels in the Outfield and Howard the Duck.

Brian has worked in radio throughout the western states but Montana is home.  When he’s not on the radio, he loves to watch NASCAR, Big Bang Theory or working on his own sports cars…always a project of some kind.  He enjoys hunting when he gets the time.  Brian is also a certified welder and an online Reverend…”Tell me your sins brothers and sisters!”


Chris Wolfe

I was born and raised in Montana. Growing up I listened to the radio every day!  I mostly listened to Classic Rock. I wanted to one day to be on the radio and connect with people in a little room with a microphone. Thanks to all those jocks that put up with me hounding them to play my song or give me a t-shirt.

I eventually went to broadcasting school in Spokane, WA. I started in radio in Missoula in 1991, on a pop station taking requests for 13 year old girls that couldn’t sleep at night. That’s how I got my start. After a few years and a few different stations, I get to live my passion of being on a “Classic Rock” station. I am extremely lucky and grateful to be able to make a career out of being on the radio.

I am a huge hockey fan (Go Blackhawks), best sport ever to watch live! I play the tenor drum in The Celtic Dragon Pipe Band, yes a bagpipe band, but of course I don’t play the bagpipes, just the drum!  I like a good beer, or even a bad one.  I have a thing for bacon and I dig Classic Rock. Thanks for listening and letting me be a part of your day!

Allie B

I studied theatre and film in NYC and have always had a deep passion for radio. I love learning new things every day. I’m an asset to any trivia team and speak fluently in movie quotes, “ umm baking powder” that’s right movie quotes. When I’m not searching for the best chicken wings in town, I’m usually improving my bowling or pool game or soaking up a good book. I’ve had the opportunity to see many awesome bands live, Cheap Trick, Bob Dylan & Merle Haggard, Areosmith & Kiss (although I don’t remember too much from that concert) Bon Jovi and Eddie Money are among my top memories. But the number one show I’ve ever seen that still remains the best night of my life, Tom Petty. Outdoor Amphitheatre, Florida Sunshine and a Tropical Storm on the Horizon. As he kicked off the encore with Mary Jane’s Last Dance, the rain began to pour and the crowd went wild! My words of advice: See Tom Petty whenever possible and always accept a drink if you’re at someone’s house if they offer, it’s just polite.


Rob Stark

Like Brian and Chris I’ve been in radio for a little over 30 years.  I’ve worked on the air in several locations, the last one being Panama City Beach, FL.  Yes!  I’m well aware that I need a new wardrobe after moving to Montana!  I started my radio journey in the Air Force as a military broadcaster for AFRTS (insert “Good Morning, Vietnam” reference here) and there I caught the radio bug and it has been my passion ever since.  When I’m not at the radio station I golf (poorly), bowl (a BIT better than my golf game but not much), watch a lot of football and other various sports.  I take a lot of heat for some of my favorite teams such as the Dallas Cowboys and the Chicago Cubs but I can take the abuse.  I silently cry myself to sleep because of it, though.

I do want to say thank you to everybody who has made me feel welcome in Montana.  I’m excited to be here and look forward to meeting as many people as I can.



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