MEET THE DJ'S
MORGAN IN THE MORNING has always been a morning person so this job is perfect for him. In fact, he credits it with keeping his marriage together for 26 years. His wife says if he was at the breakfast table everyday she’d been out of there long ago. His daughters will second that. The boy does like to talk! He started waking people up on the radio years ago when he realized that he didn’t have to sweat. And now ‘Morgan in the Morning’ enjoys misbehaving with his listeners on a daily basis. “The free coffee and internet ain’t bad either,"
Country music runs deep in my roots. As a young girl, my parents would listen to vinyl records of George Jones, Tammy Wynette, Bill Anderson and others on our turntable. In 1989, I waltzed into a radio and said, “I want to be on the air.” I was told to show up at midnight on Saturday and the rest is history. Lite Rock is where I started. However, when I got my first taste of being on a country station. It was like Strawberry Wine. I never looked back. Country music has taken me down the back roads of Illinois. I stayed in the Midwest, until all four of my daughters had attended K-12 at the same school. One by one, they moved to Texas. When the last one graduated in 2020, I followed her to Fort Worth. I have been doing what I love for more than 30 years and I’m blessed to spend my days with you!
Being on the radio has been a dream of mine since I was 12 years old. Now, I’ve been doing it for over 40 years and it’s still like a dream. In those 40 plus years I’ve played everything from Classical music to Classic Rock….but there’s nothing like Country! It’s the music, the fans and the artists. Some the the nicest and most honest people you’ll ever meet. And with Country music changing every day, I’m lucky to be playing the music that we all grew up with. It just never gets old. So maybe you’ll see me at a George Jones tribute show….but don’t be surprised if you run into me at a Blake Shelton concert either
I grew up with Country Music because my Grandpa was a great fiddle player, and my Grandma played the piano and accordion. They played for Square Dances and Hoe Downs. They even played in our basement where my room was. So, falling asleep listening to live country music was a great memory in my life. My dad was in charge of recording these mini concerts, and I was his assistant at the reel to reel. That experience helped start my 40 year radio career. I’m looking forward to spending my evenings with you, and playing the best music ever recorded in Classic Country. I also love dogs, and this is my friend, Augie Doggy
I caught the radio bug at a young age. As a kid he would lay in bed at night listening to stations from Chicago, Cincinnati, Nashville and Pittsburgh. Then as a teenager, he got to work at his high school radio station. FYI, I’m slightly taller than Kenny Chesney and about a foot shorter than Trace Adkins. In 1984 I married my high school sweetheart. I have 3 daughters, 3 sons-in-law, and 5 grandchildren. When I'm not on the air playing my favorite music (country) or hanging out with my family, I enjoy working outside. I love getting on my tractor and mowing. It is like therapy to me! I am also actively involved in my church, and serve on the board of an inner city community center.
I grew up listening to WLS in Chicago and knew from a young age I wanted to be on the radio. I took a detour when I joined the Army and served in the 1st Infantry Division and after basic training and AIT, I spent my entire tour overseas. Contrary to what you may hear, I did not drive a tank for the Salvation Army. I love country music, it has been my life for the past fifteen years. On my IPAD, I listen to Led Zeppelin, Waylon, Johnny Cash, Elvis, Deep Purple, Donna Summer, The Who, Willie Nelson, Toby Keith, and K C and the Sunshine Band. Don't hate me because I love Disco music! Movies I have on my IPAD include Die Hard, Independence Day, Die Harder, The Big Red One (imagine that), Die Hard with a Vengeance, The Avengers, A good Day to Die Hard.... well... you get the idea.