Chris Kellogg (born May 11, 1972) is an American morning radio host, and a voiceover talent.[1].

Early life and family background

Kellogg grew up in Suffield, Connecticut, and moved to eight different states hosting radio morning shows.[2] He attended Suffield High School and graduated before being accepted a place at Ithaca College in Ithaca, New York, where he attended the Roy H. Park school of communications and majored in communication studies.[3]

While he was a college student in Ithaca, New York, Kellogg became a part-time radio DJ at the college radio station, WICB. Upon graduation, Kellogg earned a night shift at WNKI, Wink 106 in Corning, New York. Kellogg's hosted his first full time morning show a year later in Tupelo, Mississippi at WWKZ. Kellogg is currently the morning host of The Kellogg Krew on 94.7 WMAS in Springfield, Massachusetts.[4]


The Kellogg Krew Morning Show

It was while he was working at WCTZ FM FM in Norwalk, Connecticut that Kellogg was hired by Citadel Broadcasting after a nationwide search for a new host in 2007. The Kellogg Krew morning show started on October 15, 2007 with co-hosts Dina McMahon and producer Lopez. Kellogg has interviewed many celebrities, including Bill Clinton, Martin Short, and a recent interview with Candy Spelling that was featured on Entertainment Tonight,[5] The National Enquirer[6] and The Insider.[7] Kellogg was the first radio host to interview Carrie Underwood after she became the winner of American Idol, Season 4.[4]

Film Voice Over

Kellogg had a short voiceover role in the film Return to Sender, as a radio host. Kellogg was included in a scene with Aidan Quinn. The movie also co-starred Kelly Preston and Tim Daly.

Other work

In 2002 Kellogg started his own web design company called, CT Web Guy, LLC. He has created many radio and voice over websites, including,, and

Personal life

Kellogg is involved with various charities, including the Children's Miracle Network. He has been involved with the organization since 2007. He is the radio host for the Children's Miracle Network radiothon which is held each year at Baystate Medical Center in Springfield, Massachusetts.[8]


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