It's The Maxwell Show. A mix of news, sports, entertainment, everyday life and the best music ever made that airs weekdays from 5:30-9:00am on The Loop.
Maxwell is a married father of two girls. While he loves being a dad, it's safe to say he loves getting out of the house and getting to The Loop - It's the one place where his wife doesn't call the shots.
Born in Cincinnati, Maxwell attended Miami (Ohio) University and has worked at some of the highest profile radio stations in the country which include WDVE/Pittsburgh, WMMS/Cleveland and WEBN/Cincinnati.
Maxwell is a fan of eating. From time to time he enjoys eating - and has been known, on occasion, to eat. He believes it's better to eat bacon and die young, than lead a long life void of bacon.
Rob Hart's Bio
Rob Hart grew up in Beverly, on the southwest side of Chicago. His first musical memory was listening to Yes' "Owner of a Lonely Heart" on, where else, The Loop.
He's thrilled to be working at the same station that once employed Steve Dahl and Garry Meier.
For most of his radio career, Rob has worked as a news person and talk show host at stations like WTMJ in Milwaukee and WGN in Chicago.
You can hear him doing traffic and sports on the Maxwell show.
Rob is big White Sox fan. He lives in Chicago with his wife Cathy.
John Czahor's Bio
Czahor handles news in the morning for The Maxwell Show. A Chicago native his entire life he, grew up on the Northwest side, went to St. Patrick High School, Columbia College Chicago, and currently lives in North Park.
He loves the NFL and NHL, but don't let that fool you. A self-proclaimed dork, Czahor's a big fan of technology, video games, board games, movies, history, politics, craft beer, computers and cars. He's also loves prog rock (he'll defend Jethro Tull till he's out of breath), still carries the flag for Rush and insists Genesis was better before Peter Gabriel left.
He brings his unique hyperbolic ranting to the news in the mornings. We try to keep his obscure references to The Simpsons and The Wire to a minimum…but we rarely succeed.