On Air Talent

Brian Foxx   |   brian@fm100.com

MON to FRI   – at –   5:30AM to 10:00AM

HOST OF: Mornings with Brian Foxx

Brian, host the FM100.3 Morning Show Monday through Friday. Their recipe for a great morning starts with a generous serving of better music, blends in the news of the day, and stirs in plenty of laughter to help Utahn’s begin their workday with a smile. There’s no other morning show on the music dial that embraces what’s best in Utah. And, that’s why you see Brian walk, run, and stand behind the people, businesses, and community leaders who are dedicated to making life better along the Wasatch Front. Listen once, and you’ll see why FM100.3 has been Utah’s #1 music station for 27 years.

Rebecca Cressman   |   rcressman@fm100.com

MON to FRI   – at –   10AM to 3PM

HOST OF: Break for your Take   |   Utah Weekly Forum

Rebecca Cressman is in studio when you’re at work as the host of FM100.3’s mid-day show from 10am-3pm. Since her first job as a D.J. back east, she’s hosted, anchored, and produced multiple award-winning radio and television shows across the country. Rebecca and her husband, Dale, are raising 3 sons who share her passion for music, sports, running, and outdoor fun and long trips to the beaches of her hometown, San Diego, CA. Rebecca graduated in Communications from Brigham Young University and studied towards a Masters in Education at Lyndon State College, Vermont. She’s lived both north and south of the border, speaks Spanish fluently, and still loves to explore people and places. Rebecca also hosts FM100.3’s public affairs interview program “Utah Weekly Forum” on Sunday nights, “Utah Families” on Monday nights, and writes a monthly column for Utah Family Magazine. Feel free to email her anytime.

Rusty Keys   |   rkeys@fm100.com

MON to FRI   – at –   3PM to 7PM

HOST OF: Prize Closet

Rusty Keys (yes, that is his real name) has been a recognizable voice in Salt Lake City for the past 14 years! Falling in love radio started in junior high with the t.v. show WKRP In Cincinnati. Then Rusty got his first chance to be on the air at age 14 by winning a local radio contest! Rusty grew up in Dodge City, Kansas, (He can actually say he got “the heck outta of Dodge”). Radio has taken him from Kansas to Colorado Springs, Reno and then to the beautiful Wasatch Front!
I love skiing the “greatest snow on earth”, hiking, tennis and playing guitar. Rusty is married to Terri. They have 2 wonderful daughters, Madison and Tayler and live in Cottonwood Heights.

Ethan Daniels   |   edaniels@fm100.com

MON to FRI   – at –   7PM to 12AM

HOST OF: Nights with Ethan

Hey it’s me, Ethan Daniels, host of Nights with Ethan/Weekender/and all around “fill-in” guy . I’m living my dream here at FM100. Music has always been in my blood, and while the childhood piano lessons never took hold (thanks for trying, mom!) the magic sounds a needle can pull from a piece of vinyl did.
I’t been years since I dropped the needle on my first record, and even though time has thrown out the turn table in favor of CD’s and MP3 players, my passion for music remains.
The great thing about working for FM100 is that, not only do I get to play great music for you, but I’m lucky enough to be doing it with a great company like Bonneville and to be around such a talented group of people.

Greg Hansen   |   softsundaysounds@gmail.com   |   greg-hansen.com

SUN   – at –   12PM to 1PM

HOST OF: Sunday Sounds (LISTEN NOW)

Greg Hansen is an award-winning professional composer, record producer/arranger, and new age recording artist residing in Utah. Greg has produced and arranged over 400 albums for various clients, and has over 900 sheet music arrangements and compositions in print. He has three solo albums and five compilation albums with his and others’ material. He has scored more than 80 industrial and dramatic films for clients including the Public Broadcasting System (PBS); National Public Radio; Disney movie trailers; Discovery Channel; NASA; Turner Broadcasting; National Geographic; the LDS Church; and a host of others.
He has arranged for David Foster; Bob Hope; The Osmonds; Senator Orrin Hatch; The Mormon Tabernacle Choir; the Miss America Pageant; Children’s Miracle Network; and more. His original music has been used in broadcasting worldwide, by all major foreign and domestic TV networks. His work has been performed at the inauguration ceremony of President George W. Bush.

Lindsay Aerts   |   laerts@ksl.com

MON   – at –   11:30PM to 12AM

HOST OF: The Mom Show

Born and raised in Maine, Lindsay caught the bug for radio when she interned at a local radio station in high school. She came to Utah in 2002 to attend Utah State University where she studied Broadcast Journalism. She then moved to Salt Lake City where she co-hosted her first morning show and has continued to host shows in the Salt Lake City market for over 7 years.
She currently hosts The Mom Show on our sister station KSL Newsradio on Sunday’s from Noon to 1 PM – KSLMOMS.COM.
Lindsay is actively involved in the community and specifically passionate about helping new moms who are dealing with postpartum mood disorders and reducing the stigma of maternal mental illness. Each year she organizes the Climb Out of the Darkness hike in Salt Lake City (limboutslc.com) to raise awareness for the issue.

Grant Weyman   |   Facebook Page

SAT   – at –   6AM to 9AM


Grant joined the Live 5 Weather Team in 1999. He studied meteorology with the U.S. Government Graduate School, and received an AMS Seal of Approval in 2002.
Grant started his broadcasting career during his high school years in Quincy, Illinois. There, he worked as a DJ at Quincy University’s WWQC-FM. In addition to that, Grant worked as a crew member at the local NBC affiliate, WGEM-TV.
With dreams of becoming the next Steven Spielberg, Grant moved to L.A. in 1986 as a student at USC. Those film pursuits lead to music and composing, and on-air stints at KSCR, the campus radio station. Grant eventually became the program director for that station his senior year. He graduated in 1990 with a B.A. in music.
Grant’s first ‘paid gig’ was at radio station KGGI in Riverside, Ca. Eventually, the radio career lead to television. Grant was a reporter at WSJV in South Bend, Indiana in the mid 90’s. In 1996 Grant and his wife moved to Utah, where he worked at a competing station. He joined KSL’s Morning News in 1999 as a weather caster, and with education he soon eared the title meteorologist. You may notice that he still likes to cling to his DJ roots when he incorporates music into his forecasts!
Grant and his wife have two daughters. They enjoy family adventures- usually to a beach.
Grant served as school board chairman for Grace Lutheran School from 2006-2010, and still spends time volunteering with various school projects.