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|Channel||Real Radio 104.1FM|
The show originally ran on Real Radio 104.1 from 7 to 11 pm ET. The program was a mix of current events and upcoming artists as well as being deeply rooted in the local community. Guests include local and national celebrities.
SBK Live was a part of Real Radio 104.1FM, WTKS-FM for more than five years. The final show on 104.1 Real Radio was aired on December 7, 2012.
The shows cast members are:
Soul Brother Kevin has been with Real Radio on and off for over 8 years now but his fascination with the station began long before that. SBK got his start one morning when morning talk show host Russ Rollins of The Monsters In The Morning put the call out that he needed a "Brother man from another land" to come and read part of a story for a bit in "an old time black voice". Kevin came in and originally objected to reading the script but eventually gave in. As an avid listener he soon enrolled in the internship program and began working with The Monsters, then in middays.
His talent immediately evident, it wasn’t long before he was hired by sister station 105.5 "The Beat" in Ft. Myers where he was number one in evenings for 2 years straight.
Soul Brother Kevin lends his name and time to a number of mentoring programs for Central Florida children and teens. He can be found on weekends performing at comedy clubs throughout the Southeast. He is often seen as the "idea man" on the show.
Angel started at Real Radio 104.1 as an intern for the Philips Phile. On the Phile, he pulled off one of the best bits in Real Radio history when he posed an exchange student from the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico.
After Angel's internship, he began working for Clear Channel Orlando's Sports Talk Station where he hosted his own auto enthusiast program called, "Hot Ride Radio." He also worked as an Assistant Promotions coordinator with one of Real Radio's sister stations. During this time, Angel frequently made quest appearances on Real Radio.
Angel became a permanent fixture on Real Radio when he joined the SBK LIVE show on Saturday nights. Angel's love of music led to a great segment on SBK Live; "What The Hell is Angel Listening To."
Cabin Boy, or "Matt", grew up in Pittsburgh. At the age of 18, he left home to attend Penn State University where he studied journalism. After working in radio for 5 years, he is now the producer and co-host of SBK Live.
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