The Bear on the Air
6am – 10am
Hey! How ya’ll doin?!
Your Bear on the Air now playing your Classic Country cause it’s my job. It’s what I do, on Willie 102
Thanks for Listening!
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The way Big Country tells it…
“I grew up in one of the greatest places in the whole wide world” — Fancy Farm, Kentucky.
I got into radio in 2001 after trying every job in the universe(ok not all of them). I enjoy all kinds of muisc (all of it country)! Plus I am a big fan of listening to the radio myself so I figured, why not play it for everybody and have the best time of my life!
When I’m not on the air I love Hunting, Fishing, 4-Wheelin and anything that puts me around my family. I love Nascar and any type of racing.
My philosophy — Living, Laughing and Loving, all in one place and that is right here in the country.
Email Big Country firstname.lastname@example.org
7pm to midnight
The Legend of Patrick James… Okay, maybe that is a bit too arrogant for an introduction.
Patrick James hails from Montgomery City, MO [A small farming community west of St. Louis]. After high school, Patrick found a passion for music and radio. When he’s not on the air, he enjoys playing his guitar, reading sci-fi novels, working on his own sci-fi novel, and trying to enjoy life.
Patrick is the oldest of three sons. His younger brothers [whose names are not Frank and Jesse] currently serve in our nation’s armed forces. Earl James is currently serving in the US Navy, and the youngest James brother, Michael is in the US Air Force.
In just a few short years, Joe Jackson has become one of the most trusted names in news. Joe graduated from Murray State University in 1997 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Electronic Journalism and a minor in political science. He started his radio career later that year at WGKY in Wickliffe. From there he went to WYMC in Mayfield where he served as News Director until the spring of 2004. He is currently News/Sports Director at WLLE and WNGO in Mayfield and is also “The Voice of the Graves County Eagles.” When he’s not covering breaking news, Joe enjoys spending time with his wife, Leigh Ann, and his two sons, Peyton and Reece.