Swain Event Moves To Mornings
08 Nov 2014

Swain Event Moves To Mornings

Jayson Swain, host of the popular “The

08 Nov 2014

Jayson Swain, host of the popular “The Swain Event” radio show, is moving to mornings on Sept. 1. Swain is not only getting a time slot – moving from afternoon to morning drive-time, he’s also the first new show on a new station.

From 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. Monday through Friday, Swain’s sports talk show will air on 1180AM.

“We spent years building an audience for The Swain Event,” Swain said. “I tried to provide insight and entertainment for Vol fans, and they responded. I believe our listeners will be proud of the product we’re launching  ̶  it will be everything they’ve come to expect from my show and more.

“I have signed on both Jamal Lewis and Leonard Little to be part of The Swain Event every week. It will add a whole new perspective for listeners. Seth Stokes is also coming with me and we’ll have Inky Johnson’s ‘Inkspirations’ segment. This will be The Swain Event that listeners know and love … only bigger and better.”

Swain had a remarkable career as a wide receiver at the University of Tennessee where he played from 2003 to 2006. Born in Chicago and raised in Huntsville, Alabama, Swain was a three-year starter in basketball and a four-year started in football during his high school athletic career. He was heavily recruited by major colleges across the country before committing to the University of Tennessee.

At Tennessee, Swain racked up more than 500 yards receiving and five touchdowns during his senior year in 2006. He later played for the Chicago Bears in the NFL.  With first-hand experience as a Volunteer, and a deep love for sports, Swain brings an infectious enthusiasm to his show that has a broad appeal with listeners. Funny, intelligent, insightful and entertaining, The Swain Event is an important part of the day for tens of thousands of Vol fans across the country.

The NEW Swain Event will debut on Monday, Sept. 1, 2014 at 7 a.m.  The Tennessee Sports Radio app for iPhone and Android will automatically convert to The Swain Event app around Sept. 1 for the more than 100,000 people who use it.

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