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Tim Conway, Jr. was born and raised in Los Angeles and is proud to admit that he survived 10 years in what he can only describe as a “youth detention center”, better known as the Los Angeles Unified School District. He spent his childhood around Santa Anita, Hollywood Park and Del Mar Racetracks with his father, Tim Conway (Carol Burnett Show), four younger brothers and older sister.

During his early career, he produced his own internet radio show and thanks to its popularity, he was offered an opportunity to host a radio talk show on 97.1 KLSX-FM. Over twelve successful years, Conway’s show became famous for providing Southern Californian’s with a wide variety of entertaining topics including live police chases, Hollywood craziness, and sharing current events with a twist of humor. "What The Hell Did Jesse Jackson Say?" was a favorite segment and maintains a substantial cult following to this day. In 2009 when KLSX switched to an all-music format, Conway joined forces with KFI-AM 640, the No. 1 news/talk radio station in the country, to continue bringing his unique and comedic perspective to topics like politics, gambling, and more. Fans love his knowledge of history and his down-to-earth take on life; and also enjoy the refreshing levity he delivers.

Throughout his career, Conway has been featured on numerous television programs (Fox 11, CBS, NBC, ABC) and has also received various industry honors including: a Golden Mic award, an Edward R. Murrow award, and a Marconi nomination for “Personality of the Year” (2016). When he’s not busy entertaining listeners, he enjoys spending time with his family, supporting local charitable organizations, and hanging out at the racetracks!

His show can be heard Monday through Friday from 6-10 p.m.

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    • 4.5, 266 Ratings

Tim Conway, Jr. was born and raised in Los Angeles and is proud to admit that he survived 10 years in what he can only describe as a “youth detention center”, better known as the Los Angeles Unified School District. He spent his childhood around Santa Anita, Hollywood Park and Del Mar Racetracks with his father, Tim Conway (Carol Burnett Show), four younger brothers and older sister.

During his early career, he produced his own internet radio show and thanks to its popularity, he was offered an opportunity to host a radio talk show on 97.1 KLSX-FM. Over twelve successful years, Conway’s show became famous for providing Southern Californian’s with a wide variety of entertaining topics including live police chases, Hollywood craziness, and sharing current events with a twist of humor. "What The Hell Did Jesse Jackson Say?" was a favorite segment and maintains a substantial cult following to this day. In 2009 when KLSX switched to an all-music format, Conway joined forces with KFI-AM 640, the No. 1 news/talk radio station in the country, to continue bringing his unique and comedic perspective to topics like politics, gambling, and more. Fans love his knowledge of history and his down-to-earth take on life; and also enjoy the refreshing levity he delivers.

Throughout his career, Conway has been featured on numerous television programs (Fox 11, CBS, NBC, ABC) and has also received various industry honors including: a Golden Mic award, an Edward R. Murrow award, and a Marconi nomination for “Personality of the Year” (2016). When he’s not busy entertaining listeners, he enjoys spending time with his family, supporting local charitable organizations, and hanging out at the racetracks!

His show can be heard Monday through Friday from 6-10 p.m.

    @ConwayShow - Can you hear a cricket?

    @ConwayShow - Can you hear a cricket?

    Tonight on @ConwayShow we start with a live press conference from Mayor Eric Garcetti. It’s Thompson Tuesday! Eric Leonard calls in to give his take on the looters and various arrests over the past few days. Breaking News in Hollywood three people were resisting arrest and forced out of their car. Corbin Carson covers peaceful protest in Brea. Kris Ankarlo is live in DTLA covering the protests and curfew arrests. In Hollywood, protestors ran from the police and ended up on the roof of an apartment complex, using only their bodies they spell out BLM. Sheriff Villanueva is live in DTLA, we hear his thoughts on today’s events and gives some advice to protestors violating the curfew. We posted in support of #BlackOutTuesday and received backlash on both sides. That’s the last time we get involved with politics. Mark talks of the Venice homeowners who are pissed, there’s been shots fired and helicopters outside every day. The Looters on Fairfax and in Santa Monica got off scott-free, why did they get away with it? The kids on the roof in Hollywood were arrested. Roughly 200 more people in DTLA were also arrested. Kris Ankarlo calls in from downtown and you can hear crickets. Kris and Tim discuss the fact that we’ve had so many huge stories in succession of each other. Lastly, we check in with George Noory.

    • 2 hr 10 min
    @ConwayShow - So Cal Protest Coverage

    @ConwayShow - So Cal Protest Coverage

    Today we keep you updated on all the happenings of local stands by cops and protesters.

    • 2 hr 9 min
    @ConwayShow - Live Riot Coverage

    @ConwayShow - Live Riot Coverage

    A special Sunday edition of the Tim Conway Jr. Show! Tim covers and gives live updates on the protests, riots, and looting taking place throughout Southern California.

    • 1 hr 16 min
    @ConwayShow - Protests In The Southland

    @ConwayShow - Protests In The Southland

    Tim covers the latest on the protests taking place not only in Los Angeles but throughout the country. Kris Ankarlo joins Tim to start the show to discuss the on going protests in downtown Los Angeles as Kris is live from the scene. Elex Michaelson joins Tim to talk some local politics and they discuss the protests going on in Los Angeles and around the country.

    • 1 hr 55 min
    @ConwayShow - Playing It Safe!

    @ConwayShow - Playing It Safe!

    Tonight on @ConwayShow Tim is live from Morongo! Dr Ray Casciari joins us as he does every Monday and Thursday to talk about the death rate in Nursing homes. CEO of Morongo, Richard Jean comes on to talk about all the new updates and things to do at Morongo. Coachella is postponing its festival until 2021. Stu Mundel calls in and talks his decision of going to Fox LA. Petros from the Petros & Money show calls in and details his ongoing rivalry with ‘Magic Eye’ pictures. There are more protests happening in LA, Minneapolis and Kentucky. A police station is on fire in Minneapolis. Morongo’s own Shane Driver talks all things food and drink and we hear from Damien the head chef. We listen to exclusive police scanner audio. Kris Ankarlo is live on the scene in DTLA where multiple protests are happening.

    • 1 hr 57 min
    @ConwayShow - The Puzzle Freak

    @ConwayShow - The Puzzle Freak

    Tonight on @ConwayShow Steve Gregory talks Space X launch not happening. Breaking news of Protesters blocking the 101 freeway seeking justice for George. Matt Money Smith talks the NHL coming back and how great Omaha steaks are. Steve Gregory comes back to finish his coverage of SpaceX and how the Crew Dragon got its name. Petros calls out Conway for posting a “Magic Eye” picture that he can’t figure out and resorts to calling him various names such as “Puzzle Freak”. Lastly we hear from callers promoting local business! Businesses include: palermosrestaurant.net, southcoastfreestyle.com, theverybestcookie.com and rollingrobots.com

    • 2 hr 1 min

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
266 Ratings

266 Ratings

ChristophersRants ,

Huge Stud!!!!!

I have been a Tim Conway jr listener since FM talk days 97.1 this version of the show is great comfort food for the soul.

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John & Ken

None better! Not even by a long shot! Keep on keeping on you guys!

Thorium9000 ,

R.I.P. ARON BENDER

at first i thought Tim was just obnoxious but after listening more i’ve changed my tune and realized he’s got a fun show.

...at least until Bender left! Crozier is garbage and i don’t listen anymore, but to be fair, it’s not his fault for being in this position after Bender’s suicide.

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