Tim Jeffreys


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I moved to the Bay Area in 1989 and have been fortunate to be a part of the in rock radio scene since. As avid golfer, skiing fanatic, and cycling maven, I have found that the Bay Area fits my personality and lifestyle perfectly. My favorite golf course is Callippe Preserve, my favorite ski mountain is Heavenly, and I like riding my road bike along the coast, or exploring trails in the hills above Los Gatos on my mountain bike. I live in Pleasanton and love it because I am between San Jose and San Francisco, and whether I am going to a Sharks game at The Tank or a concert in the city it’s the same distance, plus I am an hour closer to Tahoe! Some of my most memorable concerts were seeing the Eagles at the Shoreline Amphitheater in 1994 during their “Hell Freezes Over Tour”- easily the most people I have seen at the Shoreline. I also “got lucky”, and was able to attended one of the 20 sold out shows Tom Petty did at the Fillmore in 1997.

Sharks To Honor The Warriors

Help The San Jose Sharks celebrate the Golden State Warriors  NBA Championship at Warriors Night, Saturday January 13 vs. the Arizona Coyotes. All fans in attendance will receive a Sharks/Warriors mash-up jersey. I got one of last year’s blue jerseys and wore it at my remote broadcast. However, it looks …

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DAVID BOWIE LET’S DANCE (DEMO)

To celebrate what would have been the 71st birthday of David Bowie the previously unreleased “Let’s Dance” (Demo) is being released as a very special digital-only single available for streaming and download. In late 1982, David Bowie was visited at his home in Switzerland by Nile Rodgers to listen to songs for the album that became “Let’s Dance.” …

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Free Christmas Candy

Like most Americans one of my resolutions for the New Year is to lose the weight I gained during the Holidays.  So the first thing to go is all the candy I received at Christmas including these “Palmer Penguin Pals” -Peanut Butter Filled Chocolate Christmas Candy- which I wasn’t going to eat …

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Remembering Mayor Ed Lee

The entire Bay Area was shocked and saddened by the news this morning that San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee had died from an apparent heart attack. He was 65.  Edwin M. Lee was an affordable housing advocate and technocrat who became the first Asian-American to be elected as mayor of …

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