DJ Bios

DJ FRANK ANDERSON
"The Country Professor"

Started in radio at 100,000 watts WPLB AM-FM in Greenville, Michiganin the 80s.He credits Bob...

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Started in radio at 100,000 watts WPLB AM-FM in Greenville, Michiganin the 80s.He credits Bob Lewis, Larry Painter and Tommy Low for giving him the opportunity to make broadcasting a life long love. He has interviewed hundreds of country artists on air and at their concerts. He spearheaded the first WPLB country picnic with a concert featuring Jack Scott ( What in the worlds come over you, my true love etc). The second annual featured Billy Walker the Tall Texan and the third featured Rem Wall Columbia recording artist and he was withGibson Guitars in Kalamazoo.
Frank founded the Michigan Classic Country Museum in Belding Michigan in 1990 and featured all the music he had in his vast collection (150,000 records). Later the Museum Dance Barn was begun and was located next door. It had a huge stage and dance floor and 29 bands came in and played each week on different Saturday nights for free in order to support the museum and dance barn. Pictures will be postedon this site of the Museum and Dance barn.
Frank's heart still remains dedicated to music, the promoting of artists around the world who sing, write songs and play music. This is how Musictomakeyourearssmile.com began, shortened by one of the earlier jocks that started with the internet radio station, into EARS Radio. Ears now proudly has 31 Djs from the USA, Canada, Ireland ,Australia and Germany and it is nowa 24/7 365 days a year station. The link has been hit by 35 countries in the world and gets on average 30,000 hits per month. Not bad numbers for a station that began 19 months ago.
Frank credits EARS phenomenal growth to the outstanding DJS who have a wealth of experience in radio and/or music, the singers, musicians, song writers who appreciate us playing their music and our listeners who have a great knowledge and appreciation of music. 

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Al Hamilton

 

Al Hamilton started in radio in 1966 on WLAU, Laurel, MS as afternoon DJ. His motivation was to do...

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Al Hamilton started in radio in 1966 on WLAU, Laurel, MS as afternoon DJ. His motivation was to do things on radio, that evoked a response from the listeners. Researching ‘interesting facts, events in the community, jokes, artist bios, interesting ‘facts of the music’ – all to ‘engage the listeners’ with his show. (Al has always said “anyone can play records – he’s that old – in their room, but it’s the “listeners that makes a radio station successful”.

In 1968, Al joined the U.S. Air Force Band as a percussionist/jazz band drummer. He was stationed in Honolulu, Hawaii ’69-’72. Band during the day & DJ/Music Director for Hawaii’s Only Country Radio Station (KAHU-Waipahu). In 1974, Al worked “Overnights (midnight-6am) at KEBC-Okc (“Keep Every Body Country”). By 1975, Al was moved to the mid-day shift & became Music Director. He also created “Showtime Specialties” (a mobile dj service that has evolved into an audio-video production service as of 1997). During his time in Okc, Al won numerous broadcasting awards from the Oklahoma Country Music Association, Oklahoma Opry as “Radio Personality and/or Emcee of the Year”. In 1984, Al moved to Ardmore, OK (because it’s halfway between Okc & Dallas-Fort Worth radio market). At KKAJ, Al was Music Director & Mid-Day DJ. His “Showtime Specialties DJ Service” expanded into a fully Advertising Agency, mostly providing Free Audio/Video Productions for Christian & Charitable organizations, that is still providing commercial radio & television productions for numerous businesses. Al says “EarsRadio.com” is one of his most cherished possessions – sharing fun & Music with millions of listeners throughout the world. His favorite part, is reading all the great comments from listeners about the great shows from the ‘other EarsRadio1.com music hosts’. THE BEST RADIO, Not On Radio! “MUSIC THAT MAKES YOUR EARS SMILE!”

Summary: Al considers himself “successful, only if he has made a difference in someone else’s life”. Why “Adequate”? The dictionary defines “Adequate”: ad·e·quate, “…satisfactory or acceptable in quality or quantity”. Al says he can accomplish that, leaving ‘greatness to others’.

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DJ Jerry Fox

 

DJJerry@earsradio.com

Host of the syndicated radio show Welcome To Wartrace, Jerry Fox was a...

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DJJerry@earsradio.com

Host of the syndicated radio show Welcome To Wartrace, Jerry Fox was a founding member, bassist and co-songwriter for the 1980’s group Bandana. The Warner Bros. recording act scored six Billboard top 40 country singles including the top 20 “Outside Looking In” co-written by Fox, and was nominated by the Academy of Country Music as its vocal group of the year. Welcome To Wartrace is heard twice a week on EarsRadio and features music from various genres that illustrates a different theme each week with Fox providing interesting background and trivia about the songs, artists and songwriters. Jerry makes his home near Nashville in Wartrace, Tennessee; the little town where time stands still.

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Donald Lucky Dougherty

Lucky, as he has come to be known, hailed from Chicago, Illinois in his younger years. Later he...

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Lucky, as he has come to be known, hailed from Chicago, Illinois in his younger years. Later he moved to Baldwin, Michigan to help on his uncle's Wolfe Lake Ranch. There he started his musical life. He performed in many local honky-tonks and helped put the "Wild in Michigan's West", an article later written about him and his career. The Don Dougherty Show became well known in the area and performed with many seasoned veterans of the musical scene of the time. Some of these people were: Conway Twitty, Waylon Jennings, Lorrie Morgan, Glen Campbell, Charlie Pride, Rex Allen Jr., Riders In the Sky, Bobby Bear, Little Jimmy Dickens, Jerry Lee Louis, and Chuck Berry to mention a few. Later he moved to Arizona and had a long-lived performing relationship with Rawhide in Scottsdale, an 1880's Western Theme Park. He also performed at Pinnacle Peak Patio, the world's largest steak house and most of the Rusty Nail Western Steak Houses in and around the Phoenix metropolitan area.

He then moved on to perform at Hyatt Regency at Incline Village, Caesar's Palace South Shore Lake Tahoe, and at Harrah's, The Peppermill, and Harvey's in Reno. Lucky has definitely been lucky in his musical career. If you have ever seen him perform, you would know it was not all luck.

Lucky became tired of the music scene and he and his wife moved to Medford, OR, which started his friendship with Skip Bessonette. Skip and Lucky worked together on many varied projects and appreciated each other's talent and background. In 2015 Skip and Lucky partnered up to make the radio show that they now produce weekly. The Internet show can be heard on www.earsradio.com several times per week and features Western Folk Music and Honky-tonk. We bring together the best of both genres utilizing our varied backgrounds. We like to feature music from new and seasoned performers mixed with a little of our own in each show. You can submit CDs for consideration on the Rogue Valley Bound Show by sending them to:

Rogue Valley Bound Show
c/o Skip Bessonette
2395 E. McAndrews Rd.
Medford, OR 97504

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Skip Bessonette 

The dynamic vocals of Skip Bessonette have entertained thousands throughout the years. Skip began...

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The dynamic vocals of Skip Bessonette have entertained thousands throughout the years. Skip began his musical career playing in local Oregon rock and R & B bands where he was featured as the lead singer. During the 70’s and 80’s, Skip was known for his "one man band", which he performed in many resorts and hotels throughout west. Skip became well known for his versatility, moving easily from love songs to rock and roll, and country to show tunes. His vocal range, richness and delivery have made many “evenings to remember” for thousands of fans. During this period, he produced his first record album "Live at the Ship-A-Shore".

Since the 1990’s, Skip has revisited his pioneer family’s roots and values, rediscovering a love for western history and culture, those traditional values so important to him. Today his shows feature Western folk songs, gospel favorites and show tunes depicting western heritage. His first cowboy CD, “Ghost Ridin’ and Other Cowboy Pleasures” contains many of the songs which he performs today in his shows. Skip teamed up with poet/singer Butch Martin in 1997 forming the group Sons of the Oregon Trail. Skip and Butch performed with many headliners in concert and produced CDs and videos of cowboy songs and poetry. Those albums included: “Saddle Songs and Campfire Tales”, “Carretara de la Sombra”, “West on Faith”, ”Country Christmas” and “Trails Well Traveled”. The videos were called “Oregon Campfire Trails”, “Sons of the Oregon Trail Live at the Rogue Theater” and several made for television Christmas Specials.

Skip now performs most of his concerts as a single in churches and other venues. At times, he teams up with Syd Ainsworth (guitar, synthesizer and horns). Skip’s newest "Indi" albums are called “Hard Workin’ Man”, "Traveling Cowboy Band”, "An Evening With Skip Bessonette", and a new sacred CD that is being recorded. All CD albums are available on the website www.skipbessonette.com or through Skip personally at 541-301-7649.

Recently, Skip has partnered up with Donald "Lucky" Dougherty to produce an Internet radio show called "Rogue Valley Bound Show". It can be heard on www.earsradio.com and features Western Folk Music and Honky-tonk. We bring together the best of both genres utilizing our varied backgrounds. We like to feature music from new and seasoned performers mixed with a little of our own in each show. Please submit your CDs to us for consideration at:

Rogue Valley Bound Show
c/o Skip Bessonette
2395 E. McAndrews Rd.
Medford, OR 97504

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Hermann Lammers Meyer

Hermann has been a performer, DJ and a member of the EARSRADIO staff for so long it's impossible to ...

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Hermann has been a performer, DJ and a member of the EARSRADIO staff for so long it's impossible to cite exact dates and the contributions he has made to the music industry and EARSRADIO. His new album " Nashville is rough on the living " is released meanwhile, it has 2 great duets with Johnny Bush and Sandra Caroll from San Antonio... you will love it.. it is PURE COUNTRY ... the song Honky Tonk Hearts is the Nr 1 Song on the www.europeancma.com Radio Charts since a few weeks.. and the new second single climbs up the charts, and is the Number one in germany right now... " Little Jack Daniel" featuring Buddy Emmons and Bobby Flore.. with Bill Green and many others .
Hermann continues to travel and spread the joy of country music at every venue he performs yet still finds the time to produce two country music radio programs which are aired weekly on EARSRADIO and other stations all over the globe.

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TRIBUTE

To our Dear friend James

Where do I start to tell the story of James Beach? His love of us all with his abilities to start EARS Radio and to administer it over the past 9 years has been such a blessing to us and to all those who love EARS Radio.

Jim was a gentleman, patient and a giving teacher who often had to re-teach me...

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Where do I start to tell the story of James Beach? His love of us all with his abilities to start EARS Radio and to administer it over the past 9 years has been such a blessing to us and to all those who love EARS Radio.

Jim was a gentleman, patient and a giving teacher who often had to re-teach me the ins and outs of this station. I trusted him with my bank accounts to pay the bills that kept the station legal and up to date. He was as trustworthy as a person could ever be. He helped us all learn and prosper from our association with EARS Radio, not in monetary terms but in learning the business of entertaining. Jim was a gentle giant and I depended on him so much. At the end of May 2017 after he had been hospitalized in Grand Rapids Michigan he called me and said, "Frank, are you sitting down?" Knowing Jim as well as I did I knew it was either great news or bad news. delighted in keeping me in suspense it seemed. I said "Yes, what is it Jim?" He then informed me he was diagnosed with stage 4 liver cancer. He said he had someone in mind to take his place. I thought we could talk about that later but was more concerned of his needs for the time being. I knew then he had little time left but I did not know just how little time there was. That was on a Thursday and he got home on Tuesday and passed on Wednesday around 3 pm. He never had the chance to tell me who he had in mind to replace him and the passwords needed to administer the numerous accounts for the station silently went to Jim's new home in heaven. From that point EARS started losing critical functions and programs which slowly crippled us. It took us 3 months to recover through the tireless efforts of Norm Persing who taught himself many things that put us on the road to recovery. He never gave up and others within the organization and EARS family members helped wherever they could. Finally he found a web site creator and host called Mopro.com and they were heroic in the way they designed and implemented the web site and within 2 weeks had us up and running. There were many hurdles to clear but they were professional and solved the issues very well.

I know James Beach is up there smiling knowings EARS is back and better than ever playing the Music To Make Your EARS Smile!! This never would have been possible if it weren't for Jim. We are eternally grateful and we will never forget you, our friend.

Frank Anderson

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DJ Anne Greb Germany

Are from Germany. Anne was born in 1959 and Peter in 1955. They’ve met for the first time at a...

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Are from Germany. Anne was born in 1959 and Peter in 1955. They’ve met for the first time at a Country Music Festival in Frankfurt/Main in 1982. The love of Country Music brought them together and they are now married for 28 years with 2 grown-up daughters. In 1983 they had their first radio show together on the big German radio station HR 3 – a tribute to the Sons of the Pioneers. Both of them like not only Country Music but also irish Folk, Big Band Swing and Pop-Oldies from the 30s, 40s and 50s and Peter sometimes includes also some Jazz in his shows. They are doing radio shows more or less regularly since then. In 1997 they established a local community FM station in their hometown Lauterbach, but that was rejected by the politics later. Then they started their own internet-podcast station www.vogelsbergradio.de with reports and news about the region. Again their love for Country Music brought them to EARS radio in April 2011 as this music isn’t so big in Germany. The idea of an international radio station with DJs from all over the world was convincing and now they are doing regular shows with Country Music and beyond in English and sometimes in German language too.

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DJ DALE BUNCH

The Dallas-Fort Worth region has been good to my professional and personal life. Miss Terecia is my ...

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The Dallas-Fort Worth region has been good to my professional and personal life. Miss Terecia is my love, and she is woman behind the man. (She also keeps me in line....somewhat!) LOL. I have spent many years working in radio. Those early days gave me some great experiences and good friends. I grew up in Las Cruces, NM. I got my start in radio back in 1984. I started out at KGRT FM 104, AM 570 working the grave yard shift. Then somehow working my way to the 7 to midnight shift. I did that for more that 4 years. I was fortune to interview some of the big names of country music during that time, and even got to introduce some of the big name acts while in concert in the Las Cruces, NM and El Paso, TX area. After KGRT, I was also lucky enough to land a gig at KHEY 690 AM and Y-96 in El Paso. Ok, so here is the funny stuff. I was a TV Weatherman too. Well, an intern anyway. (Don't laugh!) These days, I am a computer geek by trade, and a huge NASCAR Fan. You can usually find me at a race track or in front of a TV during a race. ANYWAY, along the way I met our good buddy Frank Anderson, and well, here I am.....Back doing what I love. EARSRADIO.COM is now my new station, and I love rolling 70s and 80s tunes. But my true, blue music calling is C&W!! Either way you slice it, I get to play some of the best music ever - on the best internet station ever! Thanks for being a fan of EARSRADIO.COM!!! Check us on on the chat, we won't bite!!! :-)

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In Memory of Anne Greb

It was the second year for EARSRADIO.COM and we were blessed to meet Anne and Peter Greb from...

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It was the second year for EARSRADIO.COM and we were blessed to meet Anne and Peter Greb from Germany. They were doing a community radio show in the town of Lauterbach and yearned to be on a station that could reach world wide. Ears was a perfect fit for them! It was an easy call for me to ask them to join us and our team. They were loyal to the station and their dedication to it and the music was unparrallelled. Anne spent countless hours utilizing her computer skills to assist those with software issues and was responsible for setting up the music and rotation clockwheel for our wonderful Auto DJ. When she was stricken with cancer she still performed as time and illness would permit. She succumbed to her illness after a long and arduous battle. She had a love for the music, for the station and for the listeners beyond compare. We feel her presence here often, especially when her husband Peter airs his weekly show called "The Big Wide World of Country Music" in her honor. Anne was an inspiration to many and loved by all. We wish Peter and their daughters continued peace as they go on with a great emptiness in their lives. From the bottom of our hearts, Thank you Anne. We love you!

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DJ BARBRA FAIRCLOTH

I have many interests in life including listening to and playing music. I have been learning to...

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I have many interests in life including listening to and playing music. I have been learning to play the guitar and I have a # of musical instruments that I do not know how to play yet: the mandolin, banjo, ukelele, flute, sax, keyboard, organ, and accordion. My great uncle played the accordion and wrote song s in Newfoundland where my mom is from. A cousin in English Harbour West, NL has a recording studio and writes and performs songs. Formerly with a partner, they were called Simani, for Bud Davage and Sim Savory. They wrote a lot of folk songs about the history of Newfoundland in particular the people and area where they are from. Sim has passed away but you can still find their CD’s for sale. Bud wrote a song about an experience of my mom's family called 'The Loss of the Marion". It was quite a good story. I have been trying to get someone interested in making a movie about it and another story that happened during WWII. I may never get them to listen to the story though. I attend a few Blue Grass festivals each year. I volunteer at the Florida Folk Festival as an Emcee. I volunteered at WFSU radio as an announcer for their Radio Reading Service until the Legislature moved that program to another state entity. My first live broadcast was in Tampa, while as a young child I went with one of my mom's friends to visit her family. The family next door had a son who was a radio nut. He had built a radio station broadcaster in his closet that he could actually broadcast to nearby radios. He wanted someone to broadcast so he could listen to it so I was nominated. He went next door and listened as I did/said whatever he told me to do on his radio. Quite fun. He later became a well-known DJ in the Tampa/St. Pete area, Daylon Wayne Rushing. I wrote a song (my first one) when I was in the sixth grade. I belonged to 4-H and we had a local contest to write a 4-H song. I did not want to enter any of the other typical 4-H contests that they had. I wrote this corny song to the tune of the Brylcream commercial. It won, and we had to go to District and sing it for them. I do more than I should as a volunteer. I completed the Master Gardener program at the Leon County Extension office. I like gardening, both vegetable and flower. I have learned a lot from the program including how to compost, use recyclable materials for weed prevention in my flower beds like newspaper and cardboard. I am Financial Committee Chairperson for my church, I sing in the choir when we have enough members, and I am responsible for a once a month event called, Second Sunday sing. I get musical groups to come in on the 2nd Sunday night for an hour. I have an insurance business and a real estate business. I have been a licensed foster home for children but not at the present time. I like to fish - don't hunt now although I did when my brother and I were younger. He taught me how to skin a squirrel. I am a member of the Leon Co Sheriff's Office Citizens Academy Alumni and we do a fundraiser one time a year. I also volunteer occasionally with a music group at a local nursing home. Another member of my church and I started a music festival to raise money to build the chapel of a youth home that the Florida United Methodist Churches are building nearby. I am also a certified weather spotter. By now you may be getting tired of all of this, oh yea, I am also a beekeeper!! Thanks for listening to EARS radio.

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DJ KATHY TURCOTTE

DJKathy@earsradio.com

I am originally from Yonkers, NY, I live in Rhode Island, been here for 28...

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DJKathy@earsradio.com

I am originally from Yonkers, NY, I live in Rhode Island, been here for 28 years. I worked at the following stations, WALE Radio, for 12 years, Then went to WARA for 5 years & Then went to WOON for 2 years. I left there for a career change, starting my own Mobile DJ Business. Been Married for 25 years. Retired 5 years ago, but still Dj now and then for a few of my customers.
Company Name music and memories DJ Service.

Well, here I am.....Back doing what I love and EARSRADIO.COM is now my new and favorite station. Let me entertain you.

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"COMMANDER" Norm

DJCommanderNorm@Yahoo.com
It's amazing how an event can change your direction and...

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DJCommanderNorm@Yahoo.com
It's amazing how an event can change your direction and life.
At work one day a salesman stops by the office and mentioned that he was a songwriter and that some of his songs were going to be showcased that morning on the Ranger Jim program on EARSRADIO.COM. After a short search I located the station and tuned in. I was extremely impressed by the music and the presentation and I was hooked and added EARS to my favorites and I tuned in all day every day.
One day I jokingly commented to the DJ in the chat room, (Frank "the Country Professor" Anderson) that it seemed like he was always on the air and I'd fill in for him but my library of 4 songs just wouldn't be very entertaining. He gave me his phone number and told me to call that Thursday. I called as directed and the following Monday evening, with a bad case of mic fright and the butterflies in my stomach, I aired my first show.
That was May of 2010. Since then I have met and become friends with artists and listeners from all over the world. I look back on that day often and know in my heart that we don't pick the roads in our lives but we are the ones who make something of the roads presented to us. I look forward to many years of doing my part to "Make your EARS Smile"
Many thanks to Joe Iantosca who directed me to EARSRADIO, and especially to my friend and "Brother" Frank Anderson for taking me under his wing and all of the artists and listeners I've come to know and call friend.

"Commander" Norm



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Mike Gross

Mike Gross
Mike is the producer and host of the weekly program on KSEY-FM and Mon-Fri on...

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Mike Gross
Mike is the producer and host of the weekly program on KSEY-FM and Mon-Fri on KTNK-AM. In addition, this Western Swing Hall of Fame member's love for the swinging sounds of hot fiddles and steel guitars has allowed him to review Western Swing albums and books for niche publications and earned him the appreciation award from the prestigious Pedal Steel Guitar Association in 1992, the first non-guitar player to be so honored. In addition, he has also been the M.C. for the Pedal Steel Guitar Association's annual concerts since 1989. In addition, Mike has written liner notes for Western Swing CDs and has been used as a source of reference for many magazines, periodicals, etc. in Western Swing and Western Music. Mike was interviewed and featured throughout in a 2004 documentary movie on the life of Western Swing legend Adolph Hofner.

He was also emcee and DJ between live sets at Lincoln Center, NYC in 2005 & 2006 and the International Steel Guitar Convention in St. Louis in September 2006. Photographs of these events can be found in the Photo album section of this web site.

Although Western Swing is his musical passion and forte, he for many years was also the M.C. and announcer for the Fairfield Counts, an 18 piece Glenn Miller/Duke Ellington type band for all of their summer outdoor concert events. His musical knowledge and interest are in all forms of Swing. Mike feels that "Swing is Swing" no matter if it is Wills, Miller or Manhattan Transfer.

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DJ MUSICMAN "TECHNICIAN"

Hello, I am Bill Bissell. I come from a family of country music musicians. Played around with...

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Hello, I am Bill Bissell. I come from a family of country music musicians. Played around with electronics, and played guitar and keyboard for the past 30 or so years. I took radio and television in high school.Started with computers in the mid 80's and took some college courses.I started Djing in my 20's after building my first mixing board. Growing up in the 70's as a teen I fell back into the 70's music that I love.
I Worked at WION AM station for many years, started as a weekend DJ and worked my way up to chief engineer. Played country and 50's-60's and also Big Band music. WION radio is were I started bumping knuckles with Frank.Teamed up with him setting up sound systems and working on jukeboxes at the Michigan Classic Country Museum here in Belding Michigan. I couldn't have asked for a better friend.
I am now retired, on disability and now build and work on computers and DJ on the net and collect vintage sound equipment.

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Butch and Christina Martin

 Whittlers Corner Show and Time Travels through the American West is produced and hosted in...

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 Whittlers Corner Show and Time Travels through the American West is produced and hosted in Southern Oregon by Cowboy Poet Butch Martin and wife singer/songwriter Christina Lynn Martin, producers of the touring documentary concert Romancing the West. They bring listeners one hour of traditional nostalgic Western Music including Sons of the Pioneers, Roy Rogers, Riders of the Purple Sage, Ian Tyson and many more, and artists that exemplify and share in their music the rural of West today, artists like Dave Stamey, Mary Kaye, Tom Russell and Joni Harms. In Time Travels, Butch and Christina take listeners along on their journeys across America, and reflect back on a period of history in the American West, the people and events that left their mark, exploring the tragic and triumphant episodes of history to inform our present experience and foster cultural respect going forward.

 

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DJ O.J. SIKES

Historian and nationally syndicated reviewer of Western music whose work appears regularly in...

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Historian and nationally syndicated reviewer of Western music whose work appears regularly in "Western Clippings", "Rope Burns", "The Western Way" and on a number of web sites. Beginning in 1982 and continuing into the 1990s, he reviewed Western music, first for "Under Western Skies", a film magazine, and then for "Song of the West" magazine. His articles on Western music and its history, and other Western topics, have also been published in all of these periodicals and in "Cowboy" magazine, "American Cowboy" magazine and "Classic Country & Western" magazine.
He has written liner notes for a number of CDs, including Gene Autry's "25 Cowboy Classics", Rex Allen's "The Voice of the West", the Cass County Boys' "Ride Ranger Ride", Monte Hale's "The Real Monte" and others. He is also a frequent panelist at Western music and film festivals.
O.J. enjoyed both western and country music as a small boy in N.C., and later, in 1960, became a Sons of the Pioneers fan when he saw the group perform in Colorado. In college in Nashville, he visited the Grand Ole Opry frequently, where he was introduced to the music of Patsy Cline, Flatt & Scruggs, Bill Monroe, Marty Robbins, and other legendary country performers. These experiences became the roots of what became a life-long hobby.
In 2001, he began a radio show, "Western Music Time", which features music and stories "from the days of the silver screen cowboys," and includes contemporary Western music as well. The show reaches a wide range of listeners, from office workers to truck drivers, from members of the armed forces on duty overseas to wranglers gathered around a computer in the bunkhouse. In 2010, “Western Music Time” was voted Show of the Year by the members of the Western Music Association (www.WesternMusic.org). He is currently serving with Johnny Western, Rex Allen, Jr., Roy Rogers, Jr. and others on the Western Music Association's Advisory Board, and is a member of the WMA's Hall of Fame selection committee.

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WESTERN RED

Born in the US State of Alaska to an American father and Australian mother, Western Red (may...

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Born in the US State of Alaska to an American father and Australian mother, Western Red (may not be his real name), moved to Australia as a young boy. Some of the first songs he remembers hearing on the stereo were from country new-traditionalist movement including Alan Jackson, Clint Black and Randy Travis.

Australian Country acts shaped his upbringing but as country music shifted more towards pop/rock, the influences behind the

new-traditionalist movement became more and more relevant.

Frustrated with how far modern country music has strayed from its' roots, Red founded "If That Ain't Country" in 2012.

With a noticable orange beard and hailing from the west of Austrailia he adopted the name "Western Red".

Join him to hear country music in its' purest forms.

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Raymond Peters

DJ BOOGIEBOY

I Am Giel Aarts From Holland…..For many years I have my show called Country rock
on different...

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I Am Giel Aarts From Holland…..For many years I have my show called Country rock
on different stations and now I am happy to have my show on this great station
ears radio….I play rock and roll-rockabilly and country music from the fifties till the
present….I'm collected my whole life records and cd's and have now a big collection
I traveled to the usa and other countries to buy records. visit Nashville-Jackson-
Memphis- SUN Records and meet artists like….Jerry Lee Lewis-Johnny Cash-
Carl Perkins-Carl Mann -Eddie Bond. and so many more.
I hope you enjoy my show

as much as when I recorded them. Kind Regards….Giel Aarts…The Boogieboy

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Ralph Belmore

Ralph is from Boston Mass and it is rumored, (yet never proven), that he knew Marconi, the inventor ...

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Ralph is from Boston Mass and it is rumored, (yet never proven), that he knew Marconi, the inventor of the radio very well and went to his house often as a boy. Entranced by the tubes, knobs, dials, displays and mysterious sounds emitting from the crude home made speakers he was hooked. He knew right then that one day he would have his own radio station. Determined, he refused to be intimidated by those who said it couldn't be done and the technological hurdles by creating his dream station with James Beach from Michigan, John Mccormick from Glasgow Scotland and Bill Bissell of Belding Michigan and soon they were broadcasting worldwide to unknown multitudes of listeners on HOMETIME RADIO.
When Ralph heard that EARSRADIO,(which was also created with the knowledge and digital wizardry of James Beach) was teetering on extinction because of the death of James Beach, Ralph reached out to us and said listen, if you like you can take over on my station and I will give it to you as long as I can make major decisions like what kind of coffee we will have in the break room and when it is time to change a turn table or a cart machine and the parking spot closest to the front door. We readily agreed, purchased and redecorated a new web site that all can enjoy at EARSRADIO.COM
Because of Ralph's generosity Ears/Hometime Radio is growing in leaps and bounds!
Ears Staff and all of the listeners will always be grateful for his unselfish gesture and there are not adequate words to thank him for making it possible to continue to play the music to make your EARS smile!.

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