The Rise Up Show (Weekdays 6AM – 9AM)
MJ was born in Germany and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba. MJ’s first and foremost passion has always been music. You can catch MJ vibing to all types of music genres but she can’t get enough of Hip Hop, R&B, and Classic Rock.
Her outgoing personality and music knowledge will surely start your day off with a smile!
Miss Melissa was born and raised in Winnipeg and is a music lover of the highest caliber. She’s been a fan of music her entire life which makes her a perfect fit as the Program Director and host of afternoon ride for Rhythm 104.7FM.
She’s an award winning radio host who has devoted the past 6 years of her life to delivering fun and entertaining radio to the world.
You can catch this busy woman on weekdays from 2PM – 6PM hosting the Rhythm Drive and weekends from 6PM – 8PM on our sister station, NCI FM hosting the National Aboriginal Music Countdown.
That Midday Show (Weekdays 10AM – 2PM)
DJ Dow Jones
Pregame Show (Friday 9PM – 10PM)
Dow Jones began his music career in 1995 with the hip-hop group Mood Ruff. With four albums, eight videos and touring the country multiple times he has gained the much needed experience it takes to advance in the industry.
In 2003, Dow Jones was ready for a change and went from behind the mic to behind the turntables. He started off with small local residencies which quickly became the city’s hot spots. Now he holds residencies in the cities most prominent night clubs. In 2004, he was was introduced in Mazatlan Mexico by playing a few records on the beach on a last minute make shift dj setup. Since then he is the official Sunparties American Spring Break DJ.
He has recently brushed shoulders with some of the biggest names in the industry such as Z-Trip, Team Canada, Kid Capri, Dj Ayres, Matt the Alien, Dj Kemo and Dj Pump. Dow Jones’ high demand has led him to open for major acts such as Slick Rick, Kanye West, Fabulous, Redman & Method Man, Akon, Kardinal Offishall and Flo Rida.
Now moving from an opening act to a headline DJ, Dow Jones has played to sold out crowds on three countries and some of the industry’s biggest parties.