Local radio station drops member of morning show team

Posted at 9:58 AM, Feb 16, 2016

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – A popular West Michigan radio show is without one of its outspoken members.

A post on the Free Beer & Hot Wings Morning Show  website confirms that Eric Zane is no longer part of the show.  The statement says that the parent company and Zane “have severed ties” and he can’t continue on with the show. The post doesn’t offer more specifics, but the show will go on and calls Zane “our friend and brother.”  Click here to read the whole statement.

The Free Beer & Hot Wings Morning Show originates in Grand Rapids on WGRD – 97.9fm and is syndicated on over 30 other stations around the country.  The show has been on the air since March of 1997.

Fans have been tweeting to Zane some of their memories.  Zane  also has tweeted his love for working on the show.