Welcome to my web pages. Thanks for stopping by.
Here’s some quick stuff about me.
I started here at WNCO on August 1, 1984. I'm working here in my 30th year. My morning show is the longest running morning show in North Central Ohio and one of the longest running morning shows on any Country station is Ohio.
I was the 1994 Disc Jockey Hall of Fame inductee to the Ohio Country and Western Music Association (One of my proudest accomplishments).
I’ve served on several area non-profit agency boards including the Ashland County Fair Board, Ashalnd County American Red Cross Board and more.
I’ve MC’d a ton of Country shows at the Richland, Ashland, Knox, Huron, Loudonville and Attica Fairs. Also at the Renaissance Theater, the Rib Burn Off, the Chili Cook-off and many other shows. As time goes by I’ll try to write a little about the many Country Stars I have had the pleasure and sometimes disappointment to meet. I’ll dig out some photo’s for you to look at too.
My greatest accomplishment was talking my Adorable Redhead into marrying me in 2002. Every man should find a woman like her and live happily ever after. Can you tell I love her a little bit?
Our home is in northern Ashland county
My Adorable Redhead thinks I like her cat, “Christmas Kitty” just like the line in the George Strait song ”You Know Me Better Than That”.
In the meantime, I’ll see you on the radio.
From George Jones Publicist Webster and Associates:
Tenn. (April 28, 2013) – George Jones’ funeral will take place on
Thursday, May 2nd at The Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville, Tennessee,
starting at 10 am and will be open to the public.
"George would have wanted his fans and friends everywhere to be able to
come and pay their respects along with his family," said publicist Kirt
"Thanks to George’s friends, fans, and loved ones for the outpouring of
love at this terrible time," said Nancy Jones. "I love you all."
A private visitation for family, friends, and fellow performers will take place
on Wednesday evening. Since this is private, please call 615-777-6995
x230 for time and location.
“The Voice” of Country Music fell silent with the passing of the iconic legend,
George Jones in Nashville at the age of 81. Long recognized as
country music’s most indescribable voice by not only the fans, but critics in
all genres, the music world continues to mourn the loss of its’ finest
stylist, who was considered the greatest living country singer.
A member of the Grand Ole Opry since 1956, George Jones achieved perhaps his
greatest personal honor when he was inducted into the Country Music Hall of
Fame in 1992.
More than 35 years ago, as noted in his discography, George Jones recorded
“Who’s Gonna Fill Their Shoes?”, a song that posed the question of whether
music newcomers would come along that could possibly walk in the steps of the
progenitors and giants of country music. In light of the loss of this
legendary voice, the question has never seemed more poignant.
In lieu of flowers, the family has asked that contributions be made to the
Grand Ole Opry trust fund:
Opry Trust Fund
2804 Opryland Drive
Nashville, Tennessee 37214
or to the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum