Colter Langan - 10a-2p
Settle in and let Colter move you through the middle of your day on The Eagle. After nearly eight years as the Eagle morning show host, Colter tossed his alarm clock and moved to the PM for another six and has now settled into Middays.
Tune in weekdays from 10-2 for Colter's special brand of Tom Foolery and Monkey Shines, while occasionally injecting some High Jinx into the mix!. Colter's one-man-band keeps you entertained all afternoon, and gives you the most accurate weather forecast you'll find on the radio with meteorologist Diane Clarke at the :50s.
Colter's not a real deejay, but he's been playing one on rock radio for over 30 years from Boston to Boise and points in between. You can email him your questions about music or what he said on his last show at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Besides hosting afternoons on The Eagle, Colter also produces fun commercials and news & public service features. You've heard his work on NPR, NBC-TV, ABC Radio, Westwood One Radio Networks and other places. He's a stickler for grammar and always thought the band should have been called The Whom.
Brian Zepp - 6a-10a
As his name suggests Tall Boy delivers a heady 24 oz. of refreshment Afternoons on the Eagle. (Not to be confused with a Pounder which is 16 oz. or the Deuce Deuce, a 22 ouncer, he knows a Tall Boy is better than a Pounder, because it has more beer!)
Born and raised in New Jersey, the Tall Boy, much like his twin Jon Bon Jovi, knew from a young age that music needed to be a part of his life. He first hit the stage at age 7 where he began a lifelong love of live theatre, continuing to this day where he recently starred in the Ellen Theatre's world premiere production of 'Just Add Water.' He has also done three productions of 'White Christmas' and several other shows as well.
He attended The University of Florida where he majored in Speech Pathology/Audiology and minored in Dude...... as well as cutting his teeth behind the microphone as the PA announcer for Gators' sports, and later toured with the Harlem Wizards in the same capacity.
Joined in Afternoons by longtime Bozeman radio personality Kim Rossi, they are Rockin' it in the Eagle Studio with games of Yes or BS...and Crazy Criminals as well as taking your Traffic Jamz requests at 522-9977 to energize your ride home starting just before 5pm...sponsored by Bozeman Ford...all on the only 'two-headed,' live and local afternoon show in the region.
Join the Tall Boy & Kim from 2-7pm and make sure your Afternoons are the best they can be. On the EAGLE!!
Charlie Mulluk - Our '6th Man'
It was always said about James Brown, a/k/a the Godfather of Soul, that he was the 'hardest workin' man in show business.' Well James Brown, meet Good Time Charlie!
Charlie joined the Eagle air staff in 2011, assuming duties as the Eagle Morning Show host until a move to Billings for family reasons in 2016. Charlie's comedy, his indomitable spirit and positive attitude has earned him a place on the Eagle's Mount Rushmore of on-air personalities for sure!
His physical move to Billings did not prevent Charlie from continuing to carry out his Eagle morning show hosting responsibilities through late 2017. With all the techology available (combined with Charlie's talent) most listeners had no idea that he was originating his show from Billings for over one year! During that time he continued as the afternoon host on our sister station, K-SKY Country 106.9, while picking up multiple radio gigs in Billings. Add to that his considerable skills as a stand up comedian traversing all over the state and you've got the hardest working man in Montana show business!
While Charlie no longer is the day to day host on the Eagle Morning Show, he has taken his considerable talents over to our country cousin K-SKY as morning show host, and fills in from time to time as needed on the Eagle, as well as anchoring the Eagle's coverage of Rockin' the Rivers every August and Bobcat Tailgate Saturdays each home game week during the Montana State football season.
GOOD TIMES...GOOD TIMES!