The Valley… ROCKS!!!

DATELINE-RAMP;”Northwest radio fixture Geoff Scott has landed (yes, he’s also a pilot) at KOZE Z-ROCK 96.5!

Z-Rock Christmas & a happy new SOCK

“I’m proud to be a part of this place! and I think I may be the station’s first new hire in 10 years, returning to my roots as 20-year Northwest rocker-dude,” says Scott, who is well-known for his decade in the Spokane market working at KHTQ (Rock 94 1/2) and KEZE. “And now I get my weekdays off to go fly airplanes!” says Scott”

(more) “Love the LC Valley, unique terrain, and very interesting listeners~ been coming down here on vacations since ’91 or ’92 (whenever it was they made 195 into a TWO LANE HIGHWAY) and now proud be a part of it’s community & inter-stellar radio line-up!”

UPDATE 12-16-11 After two weeks on-air, we hereby give this place ‘TWO-WINGS’ UP! -=gs=-

Posted on December 8, 2011 | Posted by Geoff Scott | Comments Off

THE TOP-10 (or oh gawd not another countdown…)

As we close the book on another great decade Rockin’ the Inland Northwest, Geoff Scott would like to thank the 12,000 visitors (not to mention the 60,000 listeners) to the  checkered flag on this Freeway500″ website, with a final countdown. It was a great run! THANK YOU

TOP-10 OF ’09 FREEWAY500

picture THIS crowd.... only 8X larger!

picture THIS crowd.... only 30X larger!

10. GOING SOLO#11 409
9. ROYAL BLISS 624
9. POP EVIL 704
8. TESLA 814
7. JET BLACK STARE 1,332
6.  HELI-LESSON#5 1,368
5. WASHINGTON PILOTS 1,428
4. IN THIS MOMENT 2,444
3.  SEATTLE SEA GALS 2,512
2. QUEENSRYCHE “AMERICAN SOLDIER” 2,522
1. SAVING ABEL 2,627

~ Geoff

Posted on December 27, 2009 | Posted by Geoff Scott | Comments Off

We Have Clearence, Clarence!

Honored to be elected to the WASHINGTON PILOT’S ASSOCIATION/SPOKANE Board of Directors… So, we went flying! (of course) Not quite the challenge of  “Contaminated Surfaces” it was blustery cold~gusting to 20kts, and shooting some long approaches to the new extended Runway21 at Geiger.For you NON-pilots, *arf*, the crosswind technique is a delicate balance of slipping into the wind with one wing lower, and ‘kicking’ rudder in the opposite direction to maintain lateral stability as to land with one wheel (upwind) aligned with the runway and then rotation follows through on the roll-out. Let’s just say it’s dance on the feet and a careful ballet of cross-control up above… Kind of like the last time I tried to disco.
-=Gs=-

Posted on November 23, 2009 | Posted by Geoff Scott | Comment