7pm - 12am | Jon is our resident "veteran" of the Eagle, hanging out with Eagle friends for almost an entire decade! In fact, when he started, it was just he and his wife in Utah. Now Jon and Jenn have two kids (Liam and Ella) and in-laws in town! Originally from Long Beach, CA, Jon moved to Wichita for his first radio job. This is where he won his first CMA for Personality of the Year. From Kansas to Utah, Jon has been a fixture on our station - sharing his struggles as a Dad, husband, and boss! Jon also hosted a successful podcast called Breaking Nashville where he introduced you to the next generation of Country superstars!

2pm - 7pm | Monroe is a locally grown, organic, cage-free Utahn. Born and raised in the Beehive State, she started in radio 16+ years ago and been on several radio stations in the valley. When she’s not living the radio dream, you will most likely find her off the beaten path. She enjoys hiking, camping, being a silly mom and wife, and sharing it all with her listeners. From the good, the bad, and the embarrassing in between, you’ll hear it all Monday through Friday 10am to 2pm.

10am - 2pm | Tracy Chapman veteran market radio announcer since 1975. Tracy Chapman loves everything about radio and getting to meet so many country artists and 101.5 the Eagle listeners. Tracy has spent the majority of his 40+ years in radio in the country music format. Country artist and listeners are genuine people and Tracy finds it a pleasure to be a part of country radio format. When Tracy is not busy with radio, he is either with his family boating, camping, riding ATV’s, doing sound and DJ work with his family business, doing the music at a Utah Grizzlies Hockey or just relaxing at his home in the mountains with his wife and 3 dogs. Never a dull moment but mostly it’s all about getting to be on the radio.

7pm to 12am | Born and raised in a small farm town in Iowa then moved to Utah at the age of 15. That's where I discovered radio and started as in intern at Hot 94.9 I fell in love with it from the get-go and have been doing it ever since. I worked at the legendary KKAT here in Salt Lake City where I started my love for country music.

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