C. Felton aka The Alchemist hosts "The Umoja Show" (4:00-5:00p Sat). He is a medical professional by day and amateur writer, artist, philosopher, historian and martial artist by night. Hailing from North Carolina, he has resided in Phoenix for more than 18 years. Often viewed as having introverted and extroverted qualities, C. Felton is of a quiet, calm and observant disposition. He loves authentic ginger ale, Vietnamese food and chicken wings. He has a thing for sweet red wines; extremely articulate, sophisticated, beautiful women of substance; and travel to exotic locations.

The Alchemist's musical tastes reflect an eclectic sound and a love for all forms of music. He believes: "We're all connected regardless if we realize it or not. If we can see past the superficial and the boxes society has created to keep us distracted. Music is that connective tissue that can unite us. It's the universal language."

Hailing from Chicago, Illinois, Calvin has been in radio since 2001 as host of a late night show on WVOE. He completed his undergraduate degree in kinesiology from the University Of Northwestern-St. Paul and his master's in business and industry education from the University of Minnesota. In 2010 he was awarded the Jane Matteson Jazz Educator of Year, and in 2011 was the National Association of Black Storytellers 1st place winner of the “Signifying and Testifying” Tall Tales Contest. Recently, he was featured with Arizona Storytellers Project. Calvin performs freelance voice work and has narrated a collection of audio books on Audible. As a well-rounded athlete and fitness expert, he spends down time exercising and playing sports. Calvin is a vocalist, a percussionist and a thespian with a number of years of experience in performance. He currently is a resident of the East Valley.  

Carol has spent more than 25 years in higher education working as an affirmative action officer for a major land-grant university and community college. She became a fundraiser as a corporate and foundation development director, while simultaneously forming her own company to write grants and proposals for community organizations securing millions of dollars for these entities. When Arizona passed the Arizona Marijuana Act, in 2012, her interest peaked and was stimulated by her best friend and long-time dj, Thea, to create "The budcoach Radio Show" (11-11:30am Wednesday) in order to educate, inform and entertain listeners with information about cannabis. You don’t have to be a consumer to want to be educated and benefit from the opportunities it provides.

Carol Pacey is the songstress-songwriter for her own Americana Rock band known as Carol Pacey & The Honey Shakers. Having spent time a few years ago as a part of the Dust Circuit Radio in Phoenix, she already had that radio DJ sound in hand. So, when Allyson Song River Jaynes approached her about the idea through their mutual friend – lead guitarist Andy Borunda – an eclectic mix of passion for music was lit on fire to get back behind the radio station board. Carol is an accomplished songwriter, radio show producer and band/tour manager. With her wicked smile and infectious laugh, Carol's personality is everything rock'n'roll is defined by. Follow her band for new releases, videos and singles.

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