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Voncile Anderson
Daisy Ash
Marvelous Marvin Boone
Bubba the Love Sponge
Shannon Burke
Tommy Chuck
Cigar Dave
Carson Cooper
Kathy Curtis
Orlando Davis
Jenny Dean
Ron Diaz
Mason Dixon
Elizabeth Dougherty
Bill Dudley
Steve Duemig
Corey Dylan
Big Ed Edwards
JR Evans
Rich Fields
Brian Fink
Marvin Flemmings
Drew Garabo
Steve Hall
Aaron Jacobson
Ted Kamikaze
Kristy Knight
Craig Kopp
Ronnie "Night Train" Lane
Keith Lawless
Rob Lorei
Danielle McBroom
Gary McHenry
Dave McKay (WQYK)
Doug Miles
Dave 'Flash' Morgan
Bobby Ocean
Charlie Ochs
Neil Presant
Randy Price
Jayar Reed
Rock Riley
Todd Schnitt
Bob Seymour
John Sipos
Michelle Tellone
Chadd & Kristi Thomas
Nick Van Cleve
Mike Waters
Tedd Webb
Joel Weiss
Randy Wynne
Dave Zeplowitz

Cadillac Jack

Beasley Broadcast Group, Inc. promoted veteran country radio personality Cadillac Jack (Tom Kapsalis) to assistant program director and afternoon drive host for Tampa Bay’s WQYK-FM in late 2014, replacing Steve Austin, who was let go after 16 years with the station. Jack’s first day on the job was Monday, January 5, 2015. His stay lasted into the latter part of 2018.
 
He began his career as a deejay at a small radio station in Wilmington, Illinois after graduating from the Midwestern Broadcasting School. Eight years later he got his big break with Chicago’s Top 40 WBUS. His career with Beasley began in 1999 when he joined WXTU-FM in Philadelphia as APD, MD and afternoon host before moving to a Beasley sister station in Las Vegas in 2006.

In 2014, after nine years hosting Westwood One's "Stars of Country," which aired on more than 75 radio stations nationwide, Jack was inducted into the Nevada Broadcasters Association Hall of Fame and honored as the year's "Music Director of the Year" for Country Aircheck. He was also a finalist for the Country Music Association’s "Personality of the Year” award in 2001 and nominated for the Academy of Country Music’s "Air Personality of the Year" in 2002. 

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2015 - 2018 Other Tampa Bay Area Stations (On Air Personality)
2015 - 2018 Other Tampa Bay Area Stations (Programming)

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