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


PEARL JAM: Poster Ticks Off People

If Pearl Jam fans had somehow forgotten the band’s political leanings over the past 25 years, a new poster gave them a fresh reminder. The concert Monday in Missoula, Montana served as a voter drive for Senator Jon Tester, who’s up for re-election this year. And the poster sold at the event, which was designed by bassist Jeff Ament and ... Read More »

KINKS: Ray Davies Wants to Give the People What They Want

Back in June, Ray Davies said he was working on a new Kinks material with his brother Dave Davies and longtime drummer Mick Avory. Well, he must have been referring to mixing “Time Song,” the unreleased tune that will be included on the upcoming 50th anniversary release of The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society.  Earlier today (Wednesday) on ... Read More »

STEVE PERRY: And a Few More Traces

Like most artists, Steve Perry will release his new album, Traces, in multiple configurations. He says, “Putting 30 years into 10 songs has certainly been an emotional experience for me. I started writing and recording these songs with the creative freedom that I was the only one who would ever hear them. Along the way, I rediscovered my love for ... Read More »

ARETHA FRANKLIN: Prayer Vigil in Detroit

A prayer vigil for Aretha Franklin was held this morning at the Detroit church once led by her father. More than 75 people were on hand at the New Bethel Baptist Church, including 10 ministers and deacons from several other area churches. Aretha’s executive assistant, Fanny Tyler, accepted a bouquet of flowers from New Bethel on her behalf. The singer ... Read More »

Randi’s Rock Report: Frampton~Cooper~Waters~YES…

Peter Frampton says President Trump’s proposal for a Space Force is probably called that because ”Space Balls was already taken.” Roger Waters took part in a question-and-answer session today (Monday) at the Nobel Peace Center in Oslo, Norway. Alice Cooper has listed his home in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Echo Park for $1.3 million. It’s a small two-bedroom Spanish-influenced ... Read More »

D-A-D unveil iPhone bass

The bassist of the Danish band D-A-D recently unveiled a two-stringed instrument that looks like an iPhone. Not only does it resemble the device, but its body streams video images of what’s in front of it, as if you were shooting it with your phone. Head on over to the band’s Facebook page to check out a clip of the band’s Stig Pedersen rocking his ... Read More »

LINDSEY BUCKINGHAM: On Tour at Same Time as Fleetwood Mac

Lindsey Buckingham will be back on the road at the same time as his former Fleetwood Mac bandmates. His solo trek starts on October 7th in Portland, Oregon. That’s just four days after the new-look Mac hits the road in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Buckingham’s tour wraps up on December 9th in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Tickets go on sale Saturday. Buckingham will be ... Read More »

AC/DC: Fans Try to Set Guinness Record


A group of Australian AC/DC fans got together over the weekend in hopes of setting a new Guinness World Record. 457 guitarists played “Highway to Hell” together at the Sydney Guitar Festival in an attempt to be named “Largest Electric Guitar Ensemble.” That title is held by 368 Indian guitarists who played Bob Dylan‘s classic “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door” together ... Read More »

JOHN LENNON: Imagine Film Headed to Theaters

The Imagine film, released by John Lennon and Yoko Ono in 1972, will return to theaters on September 17th. The remastered and remixed movie — which has the same title as a 1988 documentary about Lennon — features all the songs from the Imagine album, as well as two tracks from Ono’s Fly album released the same year. The theater ... Read More »

THE WHO, THE STONES: Who’s Better?

Roger Daltrey was asked by Rolling Stone magazine who’s the better band: The Rolling Stones or The Who? He says it’s “like comparing chocolate and chocolate. The Stones were a rock and roll band. They are the best rock and roll band in the world, by far. The Who are a rock band. Whether we’re the best in the world, ... Read More »