Randi Scott

 

Randi ScottWith her charismatic personality, Randi’s radio career began as an Arizona State SUNDEVIL where she obtained her B.A. in Broadcast Journalism at the Walter Cronkite School of Broadcasting. As an emcee for valley events, Randi has interviewed several of her favorite musicians and she has ignited valley airwaves since the 90s first as an intern at KTAR, then on-air talent at Arizona’s Alternative KUKQ and 93.3 KDKB. Randi’s combined passion for writing, literature, and music led her to working as a gifted educator for over 12 years with Scottsdale and Paradise Valley School Districts.

Prior to her promotion to Middays on 100.7 KSLX, your classic rock station, Randi Scott rocked GETTIN THE LED OUT for four years which makes perfect sense since the dynamics of Led Zeppelin create her ultimate listening experience. Randi loves the beach and she spends her free time playing tennis, jetskiing, spinning, and hiking. Occasionally, you’ll find Randi reaching for the keys on her Steinway, skiing deer valley, going to concerts, laughing with comedians and catching up with her favorite sportscasters~ March Madness baby!

Namaste.

Listen to 100.7 KSLX weekdays from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. to hear Randi Scott!

 

A little more about Randi: 

Hometown: Scottsdale, Arizona

Nickname: RandiPam

Favorite Food: Yellowtail Sashimi

Favorite Fragrance: Flower Bomb!

Pet Peeve: Gossip

Favorite Concert: Led Zeppelin

Dream Interview (Deceased/Alive): Jim Morrison/Robert Plant

Coolest Celebrity Met: Alice Cooper

Favorite Quote: “Your vocation should be your vacation!” ~Roger Clyne

Randi’s Rock Lesson w/Stevie Nicks ~ HBD Stevie!

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Happy Birthday Stevie Nicks ~ Let’s take a closer look at “Talk to Me” from, Rock a Little, 1985. Stevie says, “When ‘Talk to Me’ was brought to me, I wasn’t that crazy about doing it, because I would rather do my own songs. Chas Sandford wrote it and Jimmy [Iovine] thought it was an important song. We did the ... Read More »

Randi’s Rock Lesson w/Bob Dylan – HBD Bob Dylan! =)

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Happy Birthday Bob Dylan! Let’s take a closer look at “Forever Young” , 1974 Dylan says, “When the big boats came into New York harbor and the show was going off the air and they were rolling the credits, which was seen in like 200 countries around the world, they were playing ‘Forever Young.’ And if you remember, on Planet ... Read More »

At the Movies – Flicks to See this Weekend…. ?

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NEIGHBORS 2: SORORITY RISING TRIVIA: The first movie, which came out in 2014, made $270.7 million. Most of the film was shot in Dunwoody, Georgia. Internationally the movie is called Bad Neighbours 2.   THE NICE GUYS ~ A private eye and a hired enforcer investigate the disappearance of a girl and the death of a porn star in the 1970s. WHO’S ... Read More »

Today in ’62 Marilyn Monroe….

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On this day in 1962 Marilyn Monroe sang a sexy version of ‘Happy Birthday’ to JFK. What song would you sing to the prez? Read More »

Randi’s Rock Lesson w/The Who ~HBD Pete Townshend!

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As we celebrate Pete Townshend’s 71st birthday today let’s take a closer look at “Pictures of Lily” from Magic Bus: The Who on Tour, 1967/68. Pete Townshend says, “The thing that ‘Pictures of Lily’ was about, I suppose, was the right to sexual individuality, the right to masturbate, the right to have sex on your own. I was a kid ... Read More »

Randi’s Rock Lesson w/ U2 – HBD Bono!

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Today is Bono of U2‘s 56th birthday. Did you know his name came from a local hearing aid shop in Dublin (His friends called him Bono Vox after the store Bonavox, which means “good voice” in Latin.)  His birth name is Paul Hewson Let’s celebrate Bono’s 56th birthday with a closer look at “With or Without You” (and/or “I Still ... Read More »

Randi’s Rock Lesson w/Billy Joel- HBD Billy!=)

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We celebrate the music of Billy Joel this week and celebrate his birthday with a closer look at “Say Goodbye to Hollywood” from, Turnstiles, 1976. Joel reflects on ….“The Hollywood school of production, I call it. They throw everything but the kitchen sink on the record. It was more than saying goodbye to Hollywood, it was saying goodbye to a ... Read More »