October 15, 2021

Rick Party is Back in Chicago With New Syndicated Radio Show on 104.3 Jams

Ed Lover calls up his radio friend Rick Party to join him in Chicago to do middays at 104.3 JAMS. Is this how it went down? (see below) The Chicago native who has a long history of being a top rated personality at V103 WVAZ and WGCI with legendary local personalities Tom Joyner and Doug Banks is back on the air in Chi-Town.

Oceanic Tradewinds in Partnership with Compass Media Networks have announced syndication of the Rick Party Show for all dayparts and urban infused formats. The first daily affiliate is Audacy's WBMX 104.3 JAMS which will air Rick Party 10am-2pm weekdays beginning October 18th.

"Rick Party is more than just an urban personality," said Todd Cavanah, Audacy VP/ Programming and 104.3 JAMS Brand Manager. "He's a mass appeal radio host for those who grew up on Top 40 radio, too. We need personalities that can energetically light up our airwaves as well as reach as broad an audience as possible, and that's Rick Party all day long."

Gary Bernstein, President of Oceanic Tradewinds added, "Rick Party is arguably the most diverse air personality in the country. With the Rick Party Show, there will never be an interruption of the music flow. Each short/ tight break will flow seamlessly in and out of music. Stations will be blessed with that very familiar and female friendly voice which stands out besides being warm, entertaining, sexy, fun, and inviting."

Outside of radio, Rick has voiced promos for Fox, ABC, and BET (as the signature voice for many years) and is now the voice for ESPN's SportsCenter for weeknights.

"I was born and raised in Chicago, so it's an absolute dream come true to relaunch my own nationally syndicated show right from my hometown on 104.3 JAMS," said Rick Party.

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