Greg: Greg Gory grew up in the mean streets of Marin County and realized at the age of 5 that he wanted to delve into radio. To realize that goal, he got a BA in Mass Communications at UC San Diego and started his radio career at 91X.
After 4 years in San Diego, he returned to the Bay Area and subsequently spent 14 years doing mornings at LIVE 105 with Alex Bennett, Johnny Steele, Howard Stern, and The Woody Show. He's been on KFOG, since December of 2011.
Greg's approach to morning radio is simple - keep it real. He's not afraid to admit the things he doesn't know, opinionated about the things he does know, and never at a loss of words for either. And even though he tends to have a love/hate relationship with the Bay Area, there's nowhere else he'd rather be.
Greg Gory's other passion is voice-over work. He's voiced a variety of commercials and even a video game for Lucas Arts. Some of his notable projects include national infomercials for Tony Robbins and Freddy DeMann's Music Video Revolution, TV and radio ads for Toyota and Liquid Plumr, and a handful of industrial videos including the official video for Santa Clara County.
Greg's a hard-core fan of the Niners and the Sharks. Greg has a wide variety of musical tastes and will gladly let you know that he borderline worships Dave Gahan of Depeche Mode. He lives in a Concord mansion where he likes to spend his free time tending to his yard and his son Rex (a pit bull).
Bill: For Bill, it has always been about the music. That is what drove him to start his career in radio at the University of Dayton’s on-campus radio station- his first gig. Bill majored in Performing Visual Arts with a minor in Communications at the University of Dayton (Go FLYERS!). He has been in radio since…and for too many years to disclose – on-air and programming stations nationwide (both music and sports programming) – from Ohio to Florida to Seattle to San Diego (to just name a few) and now landing in San Francisco.
His passion includes being dad to his kids – 2 still in high school and the others floating between college and work - and husband to “a wonderful wife”. Their family is rounded out with their dog “CC” and their cat lovingly named “Fat Bastard”. Bill’s a Giants fan and an even bigger fan of Tim Flannery; it was hard to stay loyal to the Padres when they let Bruce Bochy go.
His moments of sanity come from a glass of fine Pinot Noir, gardening, cooking and painting. In fact, Bill’s art is and/or has had gallery showings in the Bay Area, San Diego and Connecticut.