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Jett Streams with Jack E. Jett

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Jack EX Jett

Jack EX Jett


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Jack E. Jett, recently named 2009 Best Radio Personality of the Year, brings his award winning television show to the radio with two hours of exotically inclusive and intelligent chat. Jack's insatiable appetite for pop culture is compelling for the curious listener who wants to be under deceived and wildly entertained. The show opens with a special guest round table, which includes listeners. The group's exchange of the pop culture aspects of current issues, politics and entertainment is both engaging and hilarious. The show then moves to interviewing both the famous and infamous. The interviews are not a celebrity du jour with a sales pitch. Instead, Jack does his homework to assure the interviews are both spontaneous and surprising. Robert Wilonsky in the Dallas Observer lists the show's guests as the most astounding roster of guests in the history of radio-or electricity.” Whether Jack is interviewing Debbie Reynolds or Henry Rollins, listeners enjoy complete and well rounded stories. In addition to celebrities, Jack enjoys finding people from all walks of life who contribute to the planet in a unique way. As Robert Moore from the Dallas Voice Publications says, “The Jack E. Jett Show is the most amusing way to meet people you never knew existed.” After thousands of interviews, Jack has developed a unique interviewing style that provides both humorous and thoughtful entertainment. Listeners describe the show as “provocative,” ”timely,” ”always very funny,” “a romp that's unafraid to tackle issues,” and “a weekend show not to be missed.” Enjoying the reputation of “creating a show that's in a class by itself”, Charo (classical guitarists/entertainer) describes Jack as “an insane Merv Griffin with yellow Playtex gloves and spiked hair.” Interested in radio that's rollickingly funny and surprisingly original? Give a listen to the Jack E. Jett Show. It's worth the ride.