Adam Montiel has lived on the Central Coast since 2003. He currently lives in SLO, loves supporting local small business and has a huge appreciation for our local wine, food and hospitality. He brings his good vibes to the air waves every morning at Coast 104.5 with lots of great community conversations and a heartfelt look at life. Thanks for being UP & Adam in the Morning!
SLO County Supervisor Lynn Compton is Up & Adam in the Morning!
SLO County Supervisor Lynn Compton is Up & Adam in the Morning! Adam tried to keep his compsure while he talks to his Supervisor crush Lynn Compton about everything from Recovery SLO, if she will seek reelection, and more. She always shoots straight, and was great conversation.
Up & Adam in the Morning Tell Me Something Good
Up & Adam in the Morning's 'Tell Me Something Good' - An 11 year old boy and what he sold to raise money for his ill puppy, a therapist running across NY in a wedding dress, and a third-grader helping homeless ppl. It's ALL good news!
SLO Farmer's Market is Back!!!!
SLO Farmer's Market is Back!!!! Adam talks to Farmer's Market Manager hitney Chaney from DowntownSLO all about tonight's big return, and what to expect.
GALA Pride Center is Up & Adam in the Morning
GALA Pride Center is Up & Adam in the Morning. Pride is earlier this year, this month, instead of next. Get the latest on all the dates and activities this year right here!
Are you CHEUGY?
Are you CHEUGY? Adam learnd a new word when he was called 'cheugy' for saying fanny packs were making a come back. Pronounced 'choo-gee', Cheugy essentially means the opposite of trendy, and like trying too hard. HArd to define, but east to indentify, you know it when you see it. Someone hashtagging "GirlBoss, thats cheugy. If you make an instagram caption that says, "we did a thing", cheugy. If you have a wooden frame that says live, laugh, love, you might just be cheugy! Listen for more!
Anabella & Juliana of the 'Pots to Place Project' are Up & Adam in the Morning
Anabella & Juliana of the 'Pots to Place Project' are Up & Adam in the Morning! Some local good news came to Adam today when he spoke with this 17 (Anabella), and 9 year old (Juliana) about their unique way to help their community . They upcycle succulents and give 100% to SLO Food Bank. They are two of 6 girls goind this and have already provided over 7000 meals for the Food Bank. These two young ladies made Adam's day, and we think you'll enjoy the chat. They have a sale this weekend, and there are ways you can help!