San Bernardino, CA, October 26, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- For more than a decade, Gary Garver was Howard Stern's Hollywood reporter who asked embarrassing questions of the stars. Gary's interviews generated so many complaints from movie stars and their public relations firms that he was eventually dismissed from Stern's organization, even though his questions were written by other members of Howard Stern's staff and sometimes by Stern himself.
While Gary was enjoying a career with the Stern organization, "Jigga Jones" was building a successful business that began with YouTube videos showing Jones and his friends committing various 'staged" crimes and engaging in nefarious encounters with law enforcement and the general public. "Jigga Jones" eventually branded himself as "America's #1 Negro" by creating a stereotypical urban character from the streets that's politically incorrect. His YouTube videos and DVDs have been very successful as well as controversial. Listeners can expect Gary Garver to combine his wit with "Jigga Jones" street jargon and natural gift of the gab for a combination that should have listeners rolling with laughter.
The concept for the Controlled Chaos radio show began when Jigga Jones was a guest on Gary Garver's Friday night show on KCAA. Fred Lundgren, the station's CEO, happened to be listening to the show when Jones was a guest. Lundgren thought their synergy could become the basis for a KCAA Morning Show, and after several months of discussions and planning, the station signed an agreement with Garver and Jones for what should be a totally new brand of morning show entertainment. Lundgren said he offered them a morning show because both men have mastered their craft, which will make their combined talents much greater than the sum of their individual parts.
Garver and Jones are veteran entertainers who will bring a unique brand of humor to Southern California Radio.
The show will air weekdays from 8 to 9 a.m. on KCAA 1050 AM in the Riverside/San Bernardino market.