Ice dancers in the house! It’s time for Stars On Ice, and we chat with two of the stars

You might have seen Meryl Davis and Charlie White at the Winter Games in Vancouver in 2010, where they took the silver in Ice Dancing, or maybe in Sochi in 2014, where they grabbed the gold — the first time for a U.S. team in the history of the sport. Or perhaps you caught them on Season 18 of “Dancing With The Stars” — Meryl won; Charlie reached the semi-finals.

Now these two Olympians are coming our way for Stars On Ice April 10 at Key Arena: The best skaters in the world, incredible music, stunning visuals, and elaborate production add up to two hours that’ll be beyond any live show you’re ever seen. Here’s the link for tickets.


Sue Romero and I had a chance to hang out with Meryl and Charlie in the Warm 106.9 studio the other day. They told us how they first skated together as 10-year-olds, what you can expect at their show on April 10, and their secret to picking a song they can stand to hear thousands of times during practice without getting sick of it. Check it out:


About John Fisher

John is a Midwest native who started his Northwest radio career in 1992 after moving to Seattle from Chicago. He’s an avid cyclist, painter, traveler, foodie, and dog lover (Hazel and Gizmo, both shelter dogs.) He’s worked with various animal organizations including PAWS, Seattle Humane Society and Seattle Animal Shelter. John got a late start on fatherhood – he and his wife have a 5-year-old son named Dawson who already has a crush on Katy Perry.