Walton & Johnson
The W&J Radio Show is one of the most respected and universally imitated radio programs in the nation. No show has a more unique mix of "stream of consciousness," opinionated and compelling talk, celebrity guest, musical elements, fictional characters and famous impersonations, great skit writing and production coupled with powerful interaction that radio audiences seem to appreciate.
Since February 1983, The Walton & Johnson Radio Show has built a huge audience of affluent and active adult radio listeners (known on the show as 10%ers) between the ages of 18-65,
When "The Gawds" speak the 10%ers listen. Advertisers have spend over 100 million dollars reaching this huge and well heeled group.
Because of the unique and entertaining nature of the W&J Show which eschews traditional Niche pigeon holing of music formats, you are likely to hear interesting conversations and performances by some of the show's dedicated VIP fans. On any given morning you may hear famous comedians and high profile politicians or major recording artists playing and singling live something you've never heard on record.. Friends of the show like Kinky Friedman, Anne Rice, or Erica Spindler talking about the latest book or movie or famous athletes, John Goodman, Dan Akroyd, David Landers, Mike Ditka, famed chef Emiril Legasse, actor Charlie Sheen, Rhonda Shear, Richard Simmons, Pete Fountain, Better Than Ezra, Johnny Lang, Jerry Jeff Walker, and others too numerous to mention.