Rock Radio Station

96.9 FM KSEG The Eagle; www.eagle969.com
When you are looking for classic rock ’n’ roll—The Stones, Tom Petty, Eric Clapton, Fleetwood Mac—the station that best answers your call is The Eagle. Even the jocks are class acts; many have been in Sacramento radio for years. KZAP veteran Bob Keller’s weekday noontime show, Cafe Rock (celebrating 25 years this year), features music, prizes and a zany cast of fictional characters: Chef Ptomaine, Betty Varicose and Sal Monella. Afternoon jock Tom Nakashima has not only been on the Sacramento airwaves a long time, he’s been with the same company—a rarity in this biz. Evening guy Charlie Thomas keeps it old-school by playing classic album sides weeknights at 8 p.m. And Kat Maudru chimes in with news and traffic during the popular syndicated “Mark and Brian” show weekday mornings and hosts the station’s weekend public affairs program, “Public File.” On Saturdays, Keller takes listeners back to the days of flower power and civil rights with music and musings on his “Say You Want a Revolution” program at 7 a.m., and you can ease into your Sunday with “The Eagle Easy” from 7 to 10 a.m