Feder: 'Crazy' Howard McGee is back, this time on V103

Updated 4/12/2019 10:28 AM
  • "Crazy" Howard McGee

    "Crazy" Howard McGee Courtesy of V103

It's the biggest radio comeback of the year: "Crazy" Howard McGee, who was one of Chicago's most popular morning stars before he lost his job to Steve Harvey, is about join Chicago's top-rated music station after a 12-year absence from the airwaves.

McGee has been hired as weekend and fill-in host at WVAZ 102.7-FM, the iHeartMedia urban adult-contemporary station known as V103. It's the same company that owns urban contemporary WGCI 107.5-FM, where the irrepressible and charismatic personality spent 14 years, rising from part-time jock to middays, afternoons and then mornings. Read the full story at robertfeder.com.

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