Krystal 93 DJ's
With varying degrees of radio and life experiences the Krystal 93 air staff are a unique bunch. Usually found out on the slopes, lakes, local rivers, softball fields or dog parks the Krystal 93 DJ is a true Summit County character. If you're lucky enough to spot one at a local watering hole pull up a stool and you just might hear some stories that you won't catch on the radio.
Tom Fricke (Mornings 6am-Noon)
Diagnosed at an early age with a genuine lack of any musical talent, Tom was never invited to campfire sing-a-longs as his camp counselors feared his wailing would attract unwanted and unruly wildlife. Tom would never even attempt to sing in the shower fearing his eardrums would bleed. With the inability to actually create anything of musical value himself, Tom turned to playing records for his friends. This, in turn, led to a long career playing records on the radio.
TJ Sanders (Afternoons 2pm-7pm)
I have been working at Krystal 93 since June 12th, 2000. There is some history here, I started out doing weekend morning news, then in the fall of 2002 I was promoted to music director and full-time on-air personality. I always wanted to be a DJ and make my home in a resort town. I try to get outside in the morning at least 4 days a week. From time to time foul weather keeps me indoors, that's when I rewrite my bio.
Michael Klepper (Weekends Noon -7pm)
Born and raised in the wilds of West Trenton, New Jersey but with luck and cunning I was able to escape to the bustling town of Farmville, VA where I attended Longwood College. It was there that I learned the college radio station was a great place to hide from professors. I learned to ski during family vacations to Vail and Beaver Creek and after several years in the Old Dominion, I could no longer ignore the pull of the great Rocky Mountains. I tried the Front Range for some years before I found a map and learned that the mountains and the coolest music are all located west of the big city. My cattle dog, Bogan is the mayor of Carter Park and Mount Baldy. When I first moved to Summit County I paid my dues living in a house with 9 people, 5 dogs and a cat! Now that's how you earn your turns in The Mountains!!!