The newest addition to K-BACH’s on-air team is a veteran broadcaster with 25 years in the industry. You may recognize her voice, which is featured in radio and television commercials nationwide.
“I am excited and delighted to be working alongside the exceptional talent at K-BACH,” said Cassidy, who will be serving as an on-air host weekdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Originally from the foggy central coast of Marina, California, Cassidy has also been serving as a classical music host for KDFC in San Francisco since 2000.
When asked about her favorite classical composers, Beethoven, Dvorak, Mendelssohn, Saint-Saens, Part, Chopin and Debussy immediately come to mind, as do their odes to romance. Speaking of romance, Cassidy says her parents, who have been married for more than 50 years are “still her favorite love story.”
In her spare time, Cassidy enjoys being outdoors on a bicycle or watching the world pass by on a hammock. She also gravitates toward a good read, good food with friends and family, long naps in the afternoon and light-hearted discussions about how to change the world.
We hope you appreciate her uplifting voice, the engaging facts she shares and her deep passion for classical music and the arts—and welcome her to our K-BACH public radio family.