Originally from Birmingham, Alabama, Phil Nash began his broadcasting career at KPCC 89.3 FM in 1995, the last year of their “Classic American Music” format. He spent a year there getting “paid in experience” spinning CDs of Glen Miller, Arte Shaw, the Dorsey brothers and other big band greats.
After a brief internship at Shadow Broadcast Services (later Metro Networks) he soon found himself doing traffic overnights at KFWB and later, at KNX, Los Angeles. He’s been heard on KKGO (when they were a classical music station), KRLA, KKLA and KABC in addition to KRUZ (Santa Barbara), KCBQ (San Diego) KKHI (San Francisco) and KCKK (Denver).
An accomplished classical musician, Phil holds a B.A. in music from Cal State Los Angeles and a Masters of Music in Performance degree from Azusa Pacific University. He sings regularly with the Pacific Chorale and has performed as an instrumentalist with a variety of symphony orchestras. He’s also sung roles in a variety choral and opera productions, including roles in “The Magic Flute,” “Madama Butterfly” and “La Boheme.”