Dr. Chuck Stevens
Dr. Chuck Stevens (Charles Emanual Anzibel) was from Ashtabula, OH and began his radio career at WLCY where he served as a deejay and music director. He also had the distinction of being the last deejay heard on the station before owner Harte-Hanks yanked the music and switched AM-1380 to news/talk WNSI in 1981.
His other Tampa Bay gigs included stints with AM-105 WHBO, WTAN, Q105, 96 Fever WOKF, 98 Rock, 95YNF, and Mix 96. At U92 WYUU, the “Beatleologist Extraordinaire” was the first to host the top-rated “Breakfast With the Beatles” show, which he did for six years.
Outside radio, Stevens was an accomplished musician/singer/songwriter, an entertainment director for various Tampa Bay nightclubs as well as a music columnist and concert reviewer for the Associated Press.
Dr. Chuck passed away after a long battle with head and neck cancer on May 18, 2019. He was 60.
1980 - 2002 Other Tampa Bay Area Stations (On Air Personality)