Pat arrived in Sacramento on 8/8/88 on sister station 98 Rock and served as midday host until moving to mornings on The Eagle. Prior to joining 98 Rock, Pat held various positions for KGB-FM in San Diego from 1977 to 1988 and KMET in Los Angeles in 1986. In addition to his legendary radio career, Pat is also an accomplished musician who has a list of rock icons on speed dial who he will feature as regular guests on PM in the AM. You just never know who might drop by the Eagle studios.
Many of Pat’s most popular segments made the move with him to The Eagle including:
The Brain Drain - where you can test your knowledge to score prizes like concert tickets and new music.
“Under the Covers” - Pat showcases some of his favorite cover versions of the best Classic Rock has to offer.
“Eagle On Demand” – Every weekday morning from 9 until 10, you take the controls and tell Pat what to play in order to help you ease into the workday.
“Flux Capacitor” – Now in its now timeslot Sunday mornings from 9 til noon, it’s the most popular weekend show on the radio where Pat showcases the best (and sometimes the worst) of the 80s.