Jenn Marino Named New Co-Host For Nikki Sixx
April 3, 2014


Jenn Marino
Premiere Networks has announced that veteran radio personality Jenn Marino will return to Rock radio, as she joins Nikki Sixx as co-host of Sixx Sense with Nikki Sixx and The Side Show Countdown with Nikki Sixx. Marino will make her debut on Sixx Sense tonight (4/3), and will join The Side Show Countdown this weekend, April 5 and 6.

Marino previously served as co-host of the popular afternoon program Priestly & Jenn on WWMX/Baltimore. Prior to joining the station in 2007, she hosted middays on Baltimore/Washington, D.C.’s Rock Alternative WHFS. The Oklahoma City native got her start in radio while in college, and moved on to host various timeslots at WIYY (98 Rock)/Baltimore, Classic Rock KRXO/Oklahoma City and other stations.

"I’m incredibly excited for this insane opportunity," stated Marino. "I’ve been a fan of Nikki for years, and respect him not only as a radio host, but also as an artist. I look forward to creating something incredible with him and the entire Sixx Sense team. To say this is a dream job is an understatement."

"From the moment I met Jenn, we had great chemistry," stated Sixx. "Not only does she have a strong connection to the world of Rock music, but she’s also charming, funny and relatable. I think the audience is going to love her, and I couldn’t be more excited to welcome her to the team!"

Sixx's former co-host Kerri Kasem recently announced her decision to leave the programs. From March 31 through April 2, Sixx Sense featured an on-air tribute to Kasem with Marino, highlights from her four years with the program, and a special goodbye video has been posted on SixxSense.com.




 
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