J.B. King has been the anchor of the 98.5 KLUC on-air staff since he joined in April of 1998. A native of Oakland, CA and a graduate of U.C. Davis, J.B. began his radio career in Sacramento, CA, with stops in San Francisco and Phoenix, before arriving in Las Vegas.
While achieving #1 Arbitron ratings in Afternoon drive, J.B. has also won multiple awards, including an EMA Award for “Best Show in Las Vegas”, and “Music Director of the Year”, three times from S.I.N. Magazine, twice from Billboard Magazine, and once each from Gavin Magazine & Hitmakers, as well as, “Most Promising Programmer” from FMQB.
Today on the Funky 4 Plus One More, we played songs from Mariah Carey and Wyclef. Check out all the songs we played, plus, a CLASSIC F4 video from Chris Brown. 12/10/2013 4) Silk – [...]
For the first time, One Republic, jumps to the #1 spot on the 98.5 KLUC Playlist, with “Counting Stars”. Last week’s #1, Eminem drops to#2 and Drake stays at #3. Check out all the songs we [...]
Today on the Funky 4 Plus One More, we played songs from Destiny’s Child and Eminem. Check out all the songs we played, plus, a CLASSIC F4 video from Run DMC. 12/09/2013 4) Run DMC [...]
Kelly Clarkson is giving fans a preview of her upcoming holiday special in her new clip for the ‘Wrapped in Red’ single.
On the same day that Justin Bieber released the latest song from his “Music Monday” series, “Change Me,” the pop singer has unveiled his new music video for “All That Matters,” one of the earlier releases in the campaign.
Today on the Funky 4 Plus One More, we played songs from Ludacris and Nelly. Check out all the songs we played, plus, a CLASSIC F4 video from Pussycat Dolls. 12/02/2013 4) Ludacris – Stand [...]
With the release of The Marshall Mathers LP 2, Eminem raced back to the top of the charts, selling an impressive 792,000 copies. Now, he’s set to give some of that love — and cash — back to a children’s charity in his home state.
A track written when both Axel and Vaccarino were going through heartbreak, the stripped-down video showcases this hurt. Vignettes of couples at various life stages only add to the emotion on the Christopher Sims-directed clip.