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Bonneville San Francisco Changes at KBLX

Urban AC 102.9 KBLX is making some big and positive weekday line-up changes. Afternoon-drive host Antoine Davis will be moving to morning drive as a member of The Dream Team – featuring Tony Sco. & Kimmie Tee. Antoine is from the Bay Area and has been affiliated with KBLX for close to two decades. According to the Operations & Program Director, Elroy Smith; “I am looking forward to Antoine bringing his topical, local, polished, professional and charismatic personality to our morning show. The Bay Area adores Antoine Davis and this promotion will not be a surprise to his many fans.”

Thank you to our Vice President & Market Manager, Carl Gardner and our Program Director, Elroy Smith for this amazing opportunity. I’m so humbled & appreciative for my personality to be a part of the KBLX morning Dream Team. “

The exciting changes continue at KBLX, as part-timer, Nikki Thomas will host afternoon drive (2 p.m. – 7 p.m.). Nikki has worked at KBLX for over ten years. Elroy Smith, states: “I refer to Nikki as a personality that has the ‘it’ factor.

Her on-air style is heartfelt, relatable, classy, fun and engaging. What makes this transition smooth is to have people on our team that is ready for a major promotion, when the opportunity arises. Nikki Thomas is absolutely ready.” Thomas adds: “I am so grateful and ready for this opportunity to be in afternoon drive on KBLX. It is a true blessing and a dream come true.”

Vice President & Market Manager for Bonneville/SF, Carl Gardner says: Nikki and Antoine are true Bay Area radio stars, in the great KBLX tradition.  Each is an entertainer with a distinct style, deeply connected to this community.  Two more reasons why KBLX is The Soul of the Bay! Both Nikki Thomas & Antoine Davis begin their new promotions this Monday, April 30.

CEO of RF Focus, Radio and Music Industry Veteran. Radio DJ, Programmer, Musician and Voice Talent. Graduated from Performing Arts in Buffalo, N.Y. and worked at the legendary KKBT (92.3 The Beat) during its nationwide heyday in the early 90s. Also worked for Stevie Wonder at KJLH.

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