Pittsburgh Native comes home with a syndicated radio show


PITTSBURGH, PA – It’s kind of a homecoming. Pittsburgh native Woody Fife will have his nationally syndicated morning radio show on local airwaves starting next month

“The Woody Show” will debut on alternative rock station 105.9 The X on Jan. 4, the station announced Wednesday. The show will run weekdays from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m.

The station describes “The Woody Show” as a highly interactive and socially engaging date
radio. The show features Woody along with co-hosts Ravey, Greg Gory, Menace, and Sebas.

“The entire 105.9 The X family is thrilled to welcome Woody back to Pittsburgh,” Abby Krizner, program director and current host of the morning show, told the station’s website. “Woody and his team join a strong lineup with Mark Madden on afternoons, Pittsburgh’s finest rock and alternative, and our unparalleled coverage and airplay of the Pittsburgh Penguins.”

Fife said his roots in Pittsburgh run deep.

“I was conceived, born and, like Mark Cuban, graduated from high school in Mount Lebanon,” he said. “I bleed black and gold. My radio career started as an intern at B-94 and continues at 105.9 The X.”

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