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Tuesday, December 20, 2005

Lisa Axe 


I'm bummed after that last post, so I thought I'd figure out what happened to Lisa Axe, formerly of X103.9. I was on a business trip in Boulder Colorado when I heard her on the radio, but I didn't realize that Axe didn't last there long, according to this September 13, 2001 article:


[T]he Peak's a.m. drive program, My Peak in the Morning, is unique....The concept calls for listeners to introduce the songs that they've requested by calling or faxing the station, or by visiting its Web site, thepeak.com. And Peak fans may be asked to do more down the line. "Over time, we're going to try to expand this," Stern pledges, "so that we can have the audience reading the weather and promoting other features."

Stern concedes that this dramatic move was spurred largely by the lackluster performance of the Peak's previous morning show, starring Howie Greene and Lisa Axe, who'd been imported from that cultural garden spot, San Bernadino [sic], California. (The Greene-Axe pairing, which the Peak began airing last November, wasn't offensive, just tepid.) But he insists that eliminating the salaries of these radio pros didn't motivate the decision.



However, before she left The Peak, Axe found time to enter a 5K run:


AVON RUNNING 10K/5K/1 MILE/KIDS FUN RUN
CHERRY CREEK STATE PARK, DENVER CO - MAY 12, 2001


5K RUN OVERALL RESULTS

1 1/116 SALLY ANDERSON 26 BOULDER CO 21:01 6:46 20:59...

117 41/157 LISA AXE 30 DENVER CO 36:37 11:47 36:31



What happened after that, I just plain don't know.

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