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Dee Lewis

Dee grew up on Loretta Lynn, Bobbie Gentry, Lynn Anderson, Charley Pride and Charlie Rich. As a teen, Dee also spent a lot of time listening to Casey Kasum’s Top 40 Countdown every Sunday night. It was clear music and radio were her “things” as she learned to play the guitar for real, as well as the piano, and worked as a DJ and news reporter on her college campus radio station. After graduation, she made a detour into the legal field. She spent several years as a paralegal, but kept one foot in music as lead singer for a local country cover band, Sagewind

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Chuck Leary

I’ve always loved music, and my earliest hero was Rick Nelson, who was inspired by Hank Williams, so my country roots were growing. I did form a trio with my brother Rick and a friend, and after some touring and making a demo tape, our manager told us Capitol Records was interested in signing us! Turns out, Uncle Sam was also interested in signing this singing Lieutenant Leary, commissioned out of college, and so I won an all expense paid Southeast Asian vacation to Chu Lai, Viet Nam! How could I refuse? I have been privileged to share the airwaves across the country with a number of fine stations, and it all comes down to this

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John St. John

The first ’45 that I ever owned was ‘Big Bad John’ by Jimmy Dean and the first song I ever played on the radio was ‘Mama Tried’ by Merle Haggard. I am Classic Country through and through and I love radio. My father told me not to be a DJ because I would starve. (His brother was a DJ and…did starve a few times) I have two boys that live in Nashville so I get to go to Music City USA often and do the tourist thing just like everyone. I love my job

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Linda Flores

It’s a happy accident that I’m in radio. In college I was lucky enough to have a scholarship with the music/theater department and was studying to be a recording engineer. My dad worked for NASA making sure the astronauts could talk back to mission control, so I’ve been around sound equipment all my life. One day I visited the on campus radio station to drop off some music that I had just recorded. The manager pulled me aside and asked if I had ever considered being on the radio and I said NO! But he offered to PAY me and so…

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Jim West

Country music has always been a part of my life. My dad listened to country music on the car radio and we watched every country music special on TV. My parents took me to Nashville when I was 12 to see a show at the Grand Ole Opry where I saw Whispering Bill Anderson and others. What a huge impression that made on me too. The mother church of country music. I got into country radio in 1977 while still in high school and it’s the only format I’ve ever worked

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