Scotty Kay

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Scotty Kay

Scotty Kay was born for the spotlight, getting his big break as one of twenty five male finalists on the first season of FOX’s hit television show, “So You Think You Can Dance.” Listeners who follow Scotty’s live events always get an exciting experience, as he’s been named one of the best live entertainers in the nation four times by DJ Times Magazine and hosts events worldwide, including the Ambassadors Ball for NATO in Brussels, Belgium. Born and raised in Chicago, Scotty happily found his place at WKSC-FM (103.5 Kiss FM) Chicago where he successfully made a real connection with his loyal listeners all over the country as a syndicated personality heard in over 7 cities nationwide. His major market radio and live entertainment experience brought a special excitement to Power 96.1, the city of Atlanta and his syndicated markets, taking the Show from 18th place to 1st in 20 months. Last he was a host of Scotty K & Bret Mega Mornings on DFW's Hot 93.3 KLIF-FM, when he decided to return back to his hometown of Chicago to be closer to his son. 

​Scotty also competed on Season 11 of American Ninja Warrior.

He was chosen to travel to Oklahoma City and compete on the infamous ANW course. 

​Scotty loves to donate his efforts to charitable causes for kids aimed at keeping the arts and implementing dance in schools, as well as finding homes for sheltered animals. He continues to find ways to help the community and that includes being a national Emcee for the Susan G. Komen,Starlight Children’s foundations, Autism Speaks, American Heart Association, Make-a-Wish Foundation, and more.

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