Bob Keller first flirted with radio in 1966 at a San Mateo college station. But his first commercial DJ job came in 1969, at WBUS, the “Magic Bus” in Miami, Florida. Bob honed his radio chops there, spinning the best of the new music that AM radio had turned its back on. Soon, though, Bob moved back to the left coast, and proudly carried the free-form torch at KZAP and KSEG in Sacramento, California. His broad musical knowledge and warm, personable on-air style have made him one of the most popular voices in radio to this day.