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Contrary to rumors, Rob, Anybody & Dawn are not related to each other. So what can you expect to hear on our show? Well let's start with what you WON'T hear when you turn us on. You WON'T hear "wacky, morning-zoo" radio.

You won't hear bells and whistles, honking horns, "zany" parody songs, or prerecorded laugh tracks (we have Dawn for that). You also won't hear interns standing on street corners trying to get passersby to drink a gallon of bacon grease for "Aerosmith" tickets. And you absolutely, positively will not hear smooth, polished sounding "DJs" with rich, silky voices and fake inflections trying to "sound happy" every moment of their miserable stinking lives.

What you will hear is real human beings, each with their own warped view of the world, each loaded with every flaw and bias imaginable to mankind, duke it out in a public forum for five hours every weekday. There are no rules, and nothing is out of bounds (or below the belt for that matter). We make no apologies for our twisted opinions (we'll leave that for radio station management), and we offer but one, universal disclaimer to anyone who listens to the show: "If we haven't offended you yet, don't worry…we will."

We are not a news show, but rest assured, if it's happening in the news you will hear it on our show. We are not a sports show, but if it matters to the sports world, it matters to us. Most importantly, if it's not important to anyone, but is entertaining, you'll definitely hear it on our show. And if you listen to us long enough, you will learn things on the "Rob, Anybody & Dawn" show that no news program could ever teach you. Honestly, where else (besides a college frat house) would you learn the meaning of words like “grudge hump”?


Pat Martin

Weekdays 10am - 3pm, Sundays 12pm - 3pm Flux Capacitor
Pat grew up in Lynwood down in Southern California (it's right next to Compton and Watts). As a kid, Pat had 7 bicycles stolen...6 of those with Pat ON the bike! Pat would've been the most famous person from Lynwood High were it not for "Wierd Al" Yankovic.
As a child, Pat appeared on a famous television program, "Art Linkletter’s House Party". It was the segment known as "Kids Say The Darndest Things". (Ironically, Art Linkletter went to San Diego State and was the first ever Program Director of radio station KGB in San Diego. Pat also went to San Diego State and worked at KGB for 10 years.)
Pat's family moved to Orange County where Pat spent his junior and senior years at Magnolia High School in Anaheim, right down the street from Disneyland. Pat then attended Cypress College before transferring to San Diego State (see bio above). (Special thanks to some of my college radio mentors: Dave Luce, Barry Wellman, Keith Royer, Mike Berger, John Mazur, Kim Wilson...thank you all!!!)
Pat's professional radio idols and mentors were Jim Ladd on KMET and KLOS in Los Angeles, Bob Coburn of KMET and Rockline, and Jim McInnes of KGB-FM in San Diego, where Pat also worked. After an outing of drinking one evening, Jim (McInnes) had to cover for an incapacitated Pat by doing a dead-on imitation of him on the air for a couple of hours...and Pat's show never sounded so good!
In 1985, Pat was sent to London England to cover LIVE AID. After interviewing David Bowie and Bob Geldof, Pat sat in the media section to watch the show. Sitting next to him was Jim Henson, creator of The Muppets. The two became friends and stayed in touch with each other until Mr. Henson's death in 1990.
Pat has also interviewed countless rock stars, bands, and celebrities, including Robert Plant, Tom Petty, Pete Townshend, Father Guido Sarducci, Eddie Van Halen, Angus Young, Ozzy Osbourne, and too many others to name. Pat has sung background vocals on stage for Cheap Trick, REO Speedwagon, and Ozzy Osbourne.
Pat has been to well over a thousand concerts in his life, which probably explains his moderate hearing loss. Two of his favorite all time shows are the Rolling Stones at the Forum in Los Angeles and Tool at the Sleep Train Amphitheater.
Pat's band, Animal House, was the first outside band since Johnny Cash in the late 60's to perform inside Folsom Prison.
Pat's personal CD collection is at about six thousand and counting.

The DogPound

Weekdays 3pm - 7pm, Saturdays 3pm - 6pm
The History of "The DogPound"...
The nucleus of The DogPound began on 98 Rock in 2004 with one very prickly afternoon DJ named Dog.   One day in a moment of epiphany, Dog realized that his voice alone was tantamount to his listeners being punched in the head with a closed fist.   So to offer a little calm to the show, he invited mild-mannered night DJ, Joe Maumee to join him in the afternoon.   Dog & Joe, however, were never calm.   
Welcome Andy...
After about four years of Dog & Joe jackassery, Joe met Andy who was working at the Pop station down the hall.   A friendship developed and much to "Dog’s" chagrin, Andy began making cameo appearances on the air in the 98 Rock studio.   When it became clear to Dog that Andy could actually relieve him of social media responsibilities and take over office tasks too advanced for Joe, Andy was welcomed with open arms as full member of the show.  
Along comes Arnie…
Previously a part of the on the long-running and hugely successful 98 Rock morning show, Arnie was known for being simple, lazy and funny, but mostly simple.   In 2015 it dawned on him that becoming a member of an afternoon show meant never-ever having to wake up at 4:00 am again so Arnie asked to join the afternoon trio.  Dog & Joe were excited about adding Arnie to the show.   Andy no so much.
The listeners speak…
With the four men now anchoring the afternoon show, listeners demanded a real name for it.   They held a vote and the listeners' choice was...  "The DogPound!" 
Now everyone in Sacramento and cities beyond have a chance to eaves drop on the drama, the jabs and the laughs delivered by The Pound every day from 3:00 to 7:00 pm on the air and online.


Weekdays 7pm - 12am

Writing a bio is weird. So I asked everyone I know to say one word that best describes me. Here’s that list…

“I don’t have time for this.”

And there you have it. Listen to me weeknights from 7 – 12

 Just kidding……

I’m from Cleveland and I love it. Yes it’s kind of a dumpy little city but it’s gotten better and continues to get better so f*ck off.

I was 7 when I realized I wanted to be on the radio. Worst decision of my life.

I’ve worked In Cleveland, Boston, NYC and Sac.  Sacramento is my favorite.  No seriously I really do love it here, there’s nothing better than walking outside and literally cooking yourself.

I like old scotch, smelly weed, artistic tattoos and good music. Politics are my sports and I’m an equal opportunity offender. I never get enough sleep yet I can sleep anywhere. I work too much, read too much and think too much. 

If we ever meet, I’m not really pissed off… that’s just my face. 



Saturdays 12pm - 3pm, Sundays 3pm - 7pm

My name is Leeanne, I am a Bay Area transplant (grew up in Dublin, about 2 miles away from Rob.....) who started radio in Hayward, CA playing punk and ska, and did some overnights (and other shifts no one else would do) in San Francisco.

Quick and to the point, I am one of those few people who actually mean it when they say they listen to everything. I had 3 older sisters and an older brother who shoved everything down my throat from ABBA and Fleetwood Mac, to RUSH, Styx, and Slayer. In fact one of my first memories is my older brother turning off the Muppet Show, which I was watching, to play RUSH's 2112 on the family stereo. Well after that...... I was a RUSH fan at 5.

I have been wearing jeans and concert shirts since I was about 10, and it would take a 7 figure salary to get me to change. I think that’s why I am in radio. When I am not doing fun stuff at 98 Rock, you can find me drinking heavily and spinning punk and metal wherever they will let me or wherever they will pay me (what can I say, I am a "DJ whore") or just drinking heavily at a show somewhere, anywhere....


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