Randi Scott


Randi Scott

With 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


30 years ago today a reunited Led Zeppelin — with Jason Bonham on drums –

30 years ago today (May 14th, 1988), a reunited Led Zeppelin — with Jason Bonham on drums — headlined Atlantic Records 40th anniversary concert at Madison Square Garden. The show also had performances by Yes, Genesis, Crosby, Stills & Nash and others. “Misty Mountain Hop” was one of five songs Led Zeppelin played at the concert celebrating the 40th anniversary of ... Read More »

ROGER DALTREY: Another Listen

Roger Daltrey has previewed another track off his new album, As Long as I Have You. This time it’s his cover of the Stephen Stills song “How Far” off the 1972 album from his band Manassas. Roger Daltrey’s cover of the Stephen Stills song “How Far.” OC: [sustain fade] 3:01 Download In addition to the Stills song, Daltrey covers Stevie Wonder‘s ... Read More »

BRYAN ADAMS: Helping the Homeless

Bryan Adams, who occasionally moonlights as a photographer, has a new photo book on the way. It’s titled Homeless, and he says it shines a spotlight on “the plight of people living on the street. My portraits focus on a selection of vendors of the The Big Issue UK,” a newspaper created for and sold by homeless people, or individuals at ... Read More »

CREAM: A Family Affair

The music of Cream will be celebrated across the U.S. and parts of Canada this fall when the sons of original members Ginger Baker and Jack Bruce team up with the nephew, through marriage, of original member Eric Clapton. Drummer Kofi Baker, bassist Malcolm Bruce and guitarist Will Johns present The Music of Cream – 50th Anniversary World Tour, a ... Read More »

Congrats KSLX Rocker Judy! 1K Richer Via A to Z!

Congrats Judy Dadabo of Chandler! At 1:10pm today Judy revealed Eric Clapton as our KSLX Classic Rock A to Z Mystery Artist! Judy is kickin the weekend off the right way with an extra thousand bucks! We’ve got a brand new artist for you to identify at 3:10pm today! Guess the name, Play the game, Win the money weekdays at ... Read More »

Randi’s Rock Update ~ Def Lep, Cheap Trick, Neil Young…

Joe Elliott of Def Leppard will tape an appearance on the PBS show Speakeasy next Friday at the Iridium club in New York. Elliott was last on the show when he interviewed Ian Hunter in 2016. The Cheap Trick–Poison show in Nashville on May 31st has been moved to May 29th. The tour starts on May 18th in Irvine, California. ... Read More »

RICHIE SAMBORA: Writes His Next Chapter Today

Richie Sambora writes the next chapter of his career today (Friday) with the release of Radio Free America, his first album with his guitar-playing girlfriend, Orianthi — together known as RSO. Richie Sambora on what he hopes people come away with after listening to his debut album, Radio Free America, that he did with his guitar-playing girlfriend, Orianthi. OC:…we’ve done ... Read More »

GLENN FREY: A Career Worth Celebrating

Glenn Frey‘s solo career is the focus of a new box set that is out today (Friday). Above the Clouds: The Collection is a four-disc set that serves up the key elements of Frey’s music both before and after the Eagles. The first disc contains such hits as “The Heat Is On,” “Smuggler’s Blues” and “You Belong to the City.” Subtitled ... Read More »

BAD COMPANY: In Southern Company

Bad Company, after an appearance in February aboard the Rock Legends Cruise, will head out tonight (Friday) as the opening act on five dates for their old friends Lynyrd Skynyrd as their Last of the Street Survivors Farewell Tour pulls into Dallas. The two bands have played together many times, and it was Skynyrd who, in the early 2000s, introduced ... Read More »

LYNYRD SKYNYRD: Sweet Home Jacksonville

Lynyrd Skynyrd sang about “Sweet Home Alabama,” but it’s the Jacksonville, Florida home of Ronnie, Donnie and Johnny Van Zant at 5419 Woodcrest Road that’s a part of history. The home, in a section of town that the brothers referred to as “Shantytown,” is now a Florida heritage site. A plaque in front of the ranch-style home will be unveiled ... Read More »