Todd wakes you up each weekday morning with a friendly voice, the best Country music, and news about some of your favorite Country artists. He's originally from West Monroe, LA...and has been on the air all over the country...from Shreveport, LA to Pittsburgh, PA...Macon, GA to Columbus, OH...and Rutland, VT to Dallas, TX. He loves Real Country music...and is thrilled to be a part of your morning routine.
Kris is a twelve-year veteran of Real Country. She has a bright and friendly style, which makes her a favorite of the Midday crowd. As the Real Country Music Director her knowledge of Country music comes in handy for her daily interactive request show and the Real Country weekend specials. Kris provides all the artist bios and music chart information for the shows. Kris is happily married with three "furry children" - Mr. Echo, Tennessee, and Spencer (meow). Kris is a big NASCAR fan (her favorite driver is Dale Earnhardt, Jr.) and believes her love of music and people drew her to her Country Radio career.
Gary has been playing radio since the 1970s while he was attending Oklahoma State University. Radio has been in his blood since he was a kid and listened to transistor radio when he was suppposed to be in bed. Gary grew up in Tulsa, home of Bob Willis and Roy Clark. His father was a huge fan of Eddy Arnold and Marty Robbins. So "Real Country" music is in his DNA.
Gary's radio career has taken him from Stillwater, OK to Tulsa to St.Louis to Dallas-Ft.Worth. And for the last few years, he has been the Program Director for "Real Country."
Gary is a baseball fanatic, along with being a huge fan of Oklahoma State football and basketball. When he's not keeping up with those sports, he's likely listening to music or playing poker.
Scott Reese had no problem deciding on a career; he knew he wanted to be a DJ by the time he was in the seventh grade. Growing up as an air force brat he got to hear radio stations all over the country. Scott landed his first radio job at age 16 in Clovis, NM playing classical music on Sunday nights and cleaning the radio station restrooms. Since then he's played all kinds of music and loves radio as much as he did on day one. When not on air, Scott enjoys baseball, movie, bowling and his classic car collection (two old Pontiacs). Scott also has an old cat, Maggie.