Jason Bowers knows pop culture better than you do. He’s filled his head with everything entertainment since he was a kid and he unleashed it on his radio listeners every day with his bitingly funny Hollywood Quickee, heard on Los Angeles powerhouse Star 98.7. Using his acid tongue, Jason puts you at ease with his "best friend" demeanor. Jason doesn’t just talk about celebs, he talks to them, having hosted the station's signature showcase for talent, "The Star Lounge" (a mini concert/mega interview with the biggest names in music in front of a live studio audience). "The Star Lounge" is a high-pressure, fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants, gotta-be-quick-on-your-feet balancing-act at which Jason excels. Jason is also heard across the U.S. on the Dial-Global Radio Network (and around the world on the Armed Forces Radio Network), connecting with listeners on their Hot AC format, and as the primary fill-in for the nationally syndicated Top 40 Nudge@Night Show. Jason was previously heard on 102.7 KIISfm, XM Satellite Radio, and other stations in San Diego, Riverside, Bakersfield, and his hometown of Allentown, PA (yes, the same Allentown of which Billy Joel sings). Jason has, sadly, never met Mr. Joel. Jason has been seen in countless national TV commercials including three for GM, heard in national TV commercials for On Star (starring Jimmy Fallon) and RazorUSA’s Ripstik, and heard in national radio commercials for GM Auto Financing and Qwest Communications. Jason has dished the dirt on the nationally syndicated talk show Gossip Queens, was the main voice of MSN’s Pop Culture website Pop of the Day, and has appeared on Nickelodeon’s Victorius, Comedy Central’s The Man Show and ABC’s General Hospital. Jason has performed improv, sketch, and standup at The Improv, The Comedy Store, The Groundlings, Second City, Upright Citizens Brigade, and with his acclaimed improv group Tiny Bandeleros. He’s also played to standing-room-only houses at the San Francisco and Austin Improv festivals. Jason loves electronics and gadgets (especially TiVo, iPhone, and things that have yet to be invented). Take him to an electronics superstore and he’ll be your friend forever. Jason Bowers is a joy to have in class.