101 KGB morning show off the air

The 101 KGB morning radio show “Dave, Shelly and Chainsaw” is off the air.

An announcement that the radio show, which featured hosts Dave Rickards, Shelly Dunn and Cookie “Chainsaw” Randolph, is no longer on the air was posted Monday on KGB’s Web site.

“After extensive negotiations, and offering the DSC team a very lucrative, multi-year offer, we were unfortunately not able to reach an agreement to keep the show with KGB,” the statement reads.

“We wish Dave, Shelly and Chainsaw all the best in their future pursuits and thank them for their contribution to the station,” the statement continues. “KGB has had a special relationship with listeners in San Diego as the leading classic rock station for many years. We look forward to continuing that tradition.”

The station is owned by Clear Channel Communications.

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