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Andy Olson

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Dave Cooper

Cheryl Sweet

Pete Michaels

Since 1983, Andy Olson has been a regular player in the Phoenix Rock Radio market. Working on-air for the legendary KSTM (The Storm) for four years (1983-1987) before its untimely demise, and then KSLX (Classic Rock), six years (1987-1993) and the original KZON (The Zone), four years (1995-1999), Currently back on the air at KSLX, Andy has seen first-hand, the rise and fall of some great stations in the Phoenix area. He's a Rock Musicologist and child of the 60's, and understands what's been missing from the radio. As the founder and major force behind Radio Free Phoenix, Andy Olson brings freedom of expression back to Rock Radio.  Hear Andy Olson, Monday through Friday from 7-12 p.m. (MST) on Radio Free Phoenix (
Liz Boyle started her major market radio career in Phoenix at KOOL-FM, worked the evening shift on the legendary KDKB, and spent many years at KSLX where she first met the man who would become one her closest friends in the radio business, Andy Olson. "I can remember listening to Andy on The Storm KSTM, a station that I listened to exclusively in the mid to late 80's." Liz recently left KOOL-FM, where she's worked for the last 10 years, to devote herself full-time to RFP. Liz is excited about the freedom and diversity of Radio Free Phoenix and glad to be a part of it. Hear Liz Boyle, Monday through Friday from 12-4 p.m. (MST) and Saturdays from 2-5 p.m. (MST) on Radio Free Phoenix. Liz is also high in demand for voice work in the Phoenix area and throughout the country.  Dave's professional introduction into radio occurred in 1994 when he answered an on-air ad for employment while listening to his then-favorite radio station 101.5 KZON, The Zone, in Phoenix.
Musically, The Zone rewarded Dave with eclectic sounds long absent in the Valley since the unfortunate demise in 1987 of a true radio experience, KSTM, The Storm. His earliest influences came from listening to '70s "underground FM" radio at WXRT in Chicago. XRT's myriad of seemingly endless sonic offerings was Dave's musical retreat from the contemporary Pop tunes of the day. It was radio Heaven. Dave recently joined the air staff at Radio Free Phoenix.   Hear Dave Cooper, Monday through Friday from 4-8 p.m. & Saturday 10:00 - 2:00 p.m. (MST) on Radio Free Phoenix.
Cheryl Sweet is the newest full-time DJ on Radio Free Phoenix. Originally from Detroit, Cheryl grew up with the rich musical scene of that town. Arriving in Phoenix in 1979, Cheryl was an early listener of KSTM (the Storm). She did semi-regular appearances on the Channel 10 morning show for several years and also News 5 and is glad to be back in the public eye and having a blast on Radio Free Phoenix. Listen for her unique spin on the tunes!. Hear Cheryl Sweet, Monday through Friday from 8-12 a.m. (MST) on Radio Free Phoenix.
Pete Michaels grew up in Tucson, Arizona and was a member of the Legendary KSTM (The Storm) Airstaff back in the mid 80's. He also spent several years at KLPX in Tucson along with gigs at Q105 & KUIK in Portland, Oregon. "I can't tell you how much this gig means to me! says Pete. I just love alternative radio and those good old days at the Storm where the best in my career."  Hear Pete Michaels, Monday through Friday from 12 midnight to 4 a.m. & Sunday from 6-10 a.m. (MST) on Radio Free Phoenix.


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