3 Guys no ties
Hosted by Dave Dalton - Dave Garrity - Tony
3 Guys NO TIES!!! is the name of the new show that will be running on the KCOR Digital Radio Network. It will consist of Dave Garrity, Dave Dalton and Tony Ferrari talking about News (World and National), Entertainment, Sports and Dumbasses in the news, which could come out of any of these topics and then some.
Now every Wednesday night at 7 PM Pacific | 10 PM Eastern. If you are interested in receiving updates as we get closer to the show, please let us know by emailing the show.
The Vegas as well as the World airwaves will never be the same when 3 Guys No Ties take control of the Network each week.
Dave Dalton was born and raised in Las Vegas, NV. From the time he could talk, his mother says; “he knew every word to every commercial and sang every jingle”. Dave had the unique experience of meeting some very interesting people while growing up and with a little push at in High School; he was learning radio and television broadcasting.
By the time Dave was 16 years he had landed his first job (outside of Grandpas construction crew) at AM920 KORK Big Bands Ballads and Broadway. “Hey it was a start, I still like that music, it was fun to be there, I was getting paid to work with legends that were untouchable and owned the hearts of EVERYONE in there time”.
In his career, Dave has worked as an Air Personality and Production Director. With various formats in radio from urban contemporary to sports, talk, country, and even rock.
In 2011, he was inducted into the Nevada Broadcaster Hall of Fame.
Dave Garrity was born in Los Angeles, California. Grew up listening to great radio personalities and got the radio bug at an early age. At the age of 10 he was uprooted to Las Vegas.
Dave began his career in radio and television at the age of 16 running camera @ KLAS TV 8, where he hosted a show called Kids Watch and did on camera public service announcements.
Radio became his true passion, which is where he has maintained his love for it ever since. He has worked in Cleveland, Las Vegas, New Orleans, and Atlanta.
Dave was inducted into the Nevada Broadcasters Hall of Fame in August 2011.