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Meg Griffin (DJ)

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Name  Meg Griffin

Role  disc jockey
Meg Griffin

Similar  Dennis Elsas, Jim Ladd, Pete Fornatale

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Meg Griffin (born December 2, 1953) is an American radio disc jockey, currently heard on the Sirius XM Satellite Radio channels The Loft, Classic Vinyl, and Deep Tracks.

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Meg Griffin and her colleagues

Primarily known for classic and modern rock music genres, Griffin began her disc jockey career in 1975 alongside Howard Stern at WRNW in Briarcliff Manor, New York. Griffin later had stints at K-Rock (WXRK) and WNEW-FM in New York City, WLIR and WBAI on Long Island, and WMMR (1978 and 1980) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Her on-air nickname is "Megless."

Meg Griffin in her black coat and pink and white t-shirt and Bonnie Raitt in her leather jacket and gray t-shirt

Prior to the Sirius/XM merger in 2008, Griffin appeared on the Sirius channels Sirius Disorder and Folk Town. She also appeared on University of Massachusetts Boston station WUMB-FM in 2010-11.

Meg Griffin wearing black sunglasses, hat and scarf

She was featured in a 2015 documentary about Radio DJs called I Am What I Play, directed by Roger King.

Meg Griffin's hands on her hair

Meg griffin on the night elvis costello got to play free form dj on wnew fm in new york



Meg Griffin at work
Meg Griffin and Bob Gruen at Sirius Satellite Radio in New York City

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Meg Griffin (DJ) Wikipedia


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