Howdy Central Texas! I'm originally from Tyler Texas, but lived in Colorado Springs, Colorado for 33 years. So yes, I'm a Bronco/Rockies/Avalanche/Nuggets fan. (Not necessarily in that order.) Since moving to Texas in the summer of 2017, I have started rooting for the Baylor Bears. Sic Em! I've been doing some form of Rock radio since 2001, and I'm happy to be back into Classic Rock. It has always been my favorite genre. My favorite bands are Led Zeppelin, The Black Crowes, The Who, and YES, I do consider The Stones to be The World's Greatest Rock n Roll Band! You may not know it by looking at me, but I love to eat. Carne Asada Tacos, Cheeseburgers and Pizza along with an Ice Cold Coors Light are all I really need to get me by. I would love to meet you on my socials - facebook.com/aaron.zytle and on Twitter @AaronZytle. And of course, the good ol' KRock phone lines are good as well. Hit me up weekdays from 3-7 at 254-742-2665, or tap the Chat button on the free KRock1017 app.
Aaron Zytle (AZ)
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