St. Louis radio legend Mark Klose has been on-air for 47 years. He started at KSHE in 1972 as a weekend jock and moved to mornings from 1977 to 1983. He continued his radio career with other classic rock and talk radio formats for the next 36 year. Mark brings his years of expertise and wit home to KSHE every weekday from 10am to 2pm.


Every Sunday at noon, Mark Klose and John Ulett go back to school for a Vinyl Exam! It’s a one-hour show where they talk about and play songs from iconic albums from the KSHE library.

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