Bob Rivers

Bob Rivers is probably the best-known rock and roll radio DJ in the greater Seattle area of the northwestern United States, as well as a prolific producer of parody songs that often are mistakenly attributed to Weird Al Yankovic Bob Rivers is a well known American rock and roll radio on air personality in the Pacific Northwest as well as a prolific producer of parody songs, most famous for his Christmas song parodies. Rivers' radio program, The Bob Rivers Show, is broadcast on Seattle rock station KZOK-FM. The Bob Rivers Show current cast includes: Spike O'Neill; Downtown Joe Bryant; newswoman Maura Gallucci ; director Arik Korman; and producers Luciana Bosio and Pedro Bartes. Previously, between late 1989 and August 2000, the show aired on Seattle, Washington Active Rock radio station KISW-FM under the title Bob Rivers Twisted Radio. The Bob Rivers Show was also simulcast on Portland, Oregon 1980s Rock Hits radio station KVMX (now KXJM) Mix 107.5 from until , when the station dropped the morning show and switched to a Rhythmic Adult Contemporary format under the new branding Movin' 107.5. WAAF Bob and Zip Bob Rivers spent almost 6 years at WAAF-FM in Boston, as part of their successful Bob and Zip morning show with fellow on air personality Peter Zip Zipfel. During his tenure with WAAF, Rivers started producing parody and novelty songs, both for the station and for the KATZ/Newcity American Comedy Network, a radio syndication service that provided comedy material to l...

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