He succeeds Jackson Blue beginning the weekend of May 6-7. With the addition of Breezy to the show, the radio station where he is based, Midwest Communications-owned WNFN 106.7.FM Nashville, becomes the new flagship affiliate of the program.
Blue exits the program following the addition of mornings at WKLB-FM/Boston. He will continue to hosts a nightly daypart program for USRN. Breezy, who had been doing some fill-ins for Blue, previously spent four years at WODS-FM (AMP Radio)/Boston prior to moving to Nashville. He got his start in the promotions department at KYLD-FM/San Francisco where he eventually hosted nights. He then moved into on-air positions at KKFR and KZON/Phoenix, KHTS/San Diego, KDND/Sacramento and WWVA/Atlanta.
USRN Executive VP/Programming Andy Denemark commented, "Joe Breezy totally gets it. We followed his career over the past few years and when it came time to expand our roster of hosts, we were very excited that he could handle this show for us."
Breezy added, "It's been a dream of mine to host a major network show so I am totally stoked, and so are the folks within Midwest Communications. It's a chance for all of us to shine, and we appreciate the opportunity."
"The Celebrity Top Ten Countdown" isn't a music or chart countdown program, it's a look at the top trending celebrity stories of the week. It features news and hot topics out of Hollywood, the music industry or other celebrity sources presented in a four-hour music intensive format. The program began in October, 2010 under the auspices of John Garabedian's Radiocraft Inc. and it became a United Stations property at the start of 2013 when USRN acquired the assets of Radiocraft.