Erin Davis: Very Very Greatful – The Sound Off Podcast


Today, we cross a name off every radio aficionado’s interview bucket list: Erin Davis. Erin hosted radio in Toronto for more than 30 years, from the 80’s all the way to 2016. Most of that time was spent at the venerable CHFI.

There’s a lot to talk about when it comes to Erin’s career, and she’s happy to share. Stories of personal and career growth, and how she developed her hosting skills. The mistakes she made along the way. The co-hosts she had the best and worst chemistry with, what she found so special about radio, the decline she’s seen since the turn of the century, and of course, the devastating change that prompted her to leave radio behind.

Since 2016, Erin has expanded her resume in a number of ways. Most notable, though, are her book Mourning Has Broken, and her two podcasts- Drift with Erin Davis and the G and F Podcast. G and F is co-hosted by Erin and her longtime friend and fellow voice talent, Lisa Brandt. Drift, on the other hand, is a show meant to help you drift off peacefully to sleep.

To get in touch with Erin, learn more about her, or read her weekly blog posts, check out her website here.

We also spoke extensively about Valerie Geller’s book Beyond Powerful Radio which you can find here. in paper format and on Audible.

Thanks to the following organizations for supporting the show:

Mary Anne Ivison at Ivison Voice. – Make her the female voice of your radio station.

Matt Fogarty Voiceovers – It’s great to have Matt back for 2024 supporting our show. Make him the imaging voice for your radio station by contacting him through his website.

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Matt Cundill

Matt Cundill works with radio groups on digital strategies and talent coaching. He recently started the Sound Off Podcast: The Podcast about Broadcast”

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