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!


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/Metallica – Happy Birthday James Hetfield! =)

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In celebration of James Hetfield’s 53rd birthday today, let’s take a closer look at “Fade to Black” from Ride the Lightning, 1984. Hetfield says “‘Fade to Black’ was the first time we got some guff from fans. ‘Ooh, you sold out. You did a ballad.’ Wow. Okay. ‘What’s sell out mean to you, my friend?’ You know. And you have ... Read More »

Trivia Time w/Joe Lynn Turner…Rainbow…Deep Purple…


Happy Birthday Joe Lynn Turner~ celebrating 65 years today! Trivia Time: Turner has sung with two Ritchie Blackmore-led groups. He did three studio albums with Rainbow and one with Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Deep Purple. What is its title? a) Perfect Strangers b) The House of Blue Light > c) Slaves and Masters d) The Battle Rages On…   Read More »

Mike Piazza’s For the Love of Rock…;)


Former New York Mets catcher, baseball Hall of Famer Mike Piazza tells Rolling Stone the first concert he ever attended was Billy Squier and Ratt at the Spectrum in Philadelphia and says, “it was really cool… seeing those 30 tractor-trailer trucks with all the equipment, those big tours in the ’80s, all the lights and fireworks and pyrotechnics and confetti. ... Read More »



#MTVClassic launches today by replaying the first hour of MTV’s programming from 7/1/81. On this day in 1981, #MTV begans broadcasting. The first video shown was “Video Killed the Radio Star” by The Buggles. Read More »

Randi’s Rock Lesson w/Rush~ Happy Birthday Geddy Lee! =)


As we celebrate Geddy Lee’s birthday today lets take a closer look at “Freewill” as he says he “likes the song’s structure and calls it one of his favorites from that period”… It’s the second single off Permanent Waves, 1980, and continues to be one of the band’s most played songs and Geddy says, “The structure of that song, the time signature and ... Read More »

Flashinback to 1938 with Dennis the Menace…


It’s #NationalLasagnaDay. Do you like you lasagna with meat or without? On this day in 1938 the comic strip Dennis the Menace debuted. What’s your favorite comic strip? On this day in 1981 Prince Charles married Lady Diana Spencer. Were you watching? Read More »

Randi’s Rock Lesson w/Bad Company – HBD Simon Kirke!


As we celebrate Bad Company’s Simon Kirke’s 67th birthday today, let’s take a closer look at “Movin On” written with truckers in mind. Drummer Simon Kirke reflects on what their guitarist was thinking when he wrote, “Movin’ On” and says “that was Mick Ralphs’s song from the first album. He said when he wrote it he imagined himself driving one of those Peterbilt articulated ... Read More »