Hey it’s Geno. As you probably noticed, my time slot shifted recently. I’m now on Q105 from 3 to 7pm for your drive home. While I love doing afternoons, it’s mixed emotions for me because I don’t get to see my pal Mason Dixon on a daily basis. If you missed his last afternoon shows on Q105, Mason clued you in on some big plans he has. But if you’re reading this, chances are you missed them. So let’s catch you up.
Mason can still be heard on Q105… and beyond!
Mason now hosts “Generation 80s,” a nationally syndicated show featuring the biggest hits of the 80s. You probably woke up early weekends to listen to those big Top 40 countdowns with Casey Kasem, Scott Shannon or Rick Dees. Mason’s show is similar – but with a unique 80s twist. Hear the stories behind the hits. Here in Tampa, the show airs Saturday mornings exclusively on Q105. If you don’t live in the Q105 listening area, contact your local classic hits station and ask them if they air the show. If not, listen on the Q105 app or here at myQ105.com.
Mason Dixon’s Charity Work with Q105 Continues
Beyond this exciting new show, Mason will continue to be heard on Q105 in other ways. Most importantly, all of the great charity work Mason does will continue on Q105. Mason Dixon’s Christmas Wish has turned lives around for so many in Tampa Bay during one of the most financially-challenging times of the year. Q105 listeners have helped Mason make this happen. And you’ll still hear Mason as Q105 supports fundraisers like Mason’s Best of the Best Car Show and the annual Trans-Siberian Orchestra holiday concert. Plus you’ll still hear Mason as he is the voice of many Tampa area businesses like Ackerman Jewelers and The Shops at Wiregrass who offer their support to Mason Dixon’s Christmas Wish.