I love radio, but I love it because it keeps me connected to people. I've done almost every job in the business and now have the honor of working at My107.3 FM. I am married to a wonderful (now) retired MSgt in the Air Force. The Darin makes regular appearances on my show, but he usually refuses to talk, so I have to tell all his stories for him. Dillon is my stepson and his stories are also familiar to those that listen regularly. Dillon could be the next me
There is no better way to present the sounds and the artists of the 80’s than with a host whose image and personality are as strong as the tunes are fun and memorable.
Nina helped set the musical tastes and trends that are being celebrated today and she continues to highlight the era that changed music forever!
My husband David and I live on "The Mace Place" and raise cattle for show. We both enjoy the country life but just wish that once in awhile we could get pizza delivery! We have no children unless you count our fur baby Rowdy. He's a red heeler/blue heeler mix and he definitely lives up to his name! Two cats; Tigger and Piglet, that I've had since I started in radio. They are barn cats but still spoiled rotten. They bring the occasional "present" to me and leave it at the back step! (Nice!) Calving season is my favorite season and you can see a lot of my pictures on my Flickr account
A simple guy that enjoys the finer things in life. Things like cargo pants, manly flip flops, and sleeping without a top sheet. When not on the air, he can usually be found out in the sticks hunting whatever is in season, or shooting his mouth off on Xbox Live. Forever a fan of loud music, fat bottomed girls, and big ass guns.
Small town girl, Army brat, Whitney & Tyler's Mom; you can call me whatever you want, but my best title these days is "Nana"! Love my family and my job. I am blessed! I used to be the 'Night Maid', but now moved on up to the Morning Crew! I have lived in Lawton since 1972 when my Dad was stationed at Ft. Sill. I grew up on Country Music, and I love it!
Coming of age in the ‘70s I wore out many an 8-track tape in my GTO. It’s hard to remember which was louder, the music coming out of the speakers or the rumble from the burned out glass-packs. Either way, that was not a good vehicle to use when trying to sneak into the drive-in movie theatre through the back gate … But I digress. These days I love living in the Texoma area, writing and voicing Radio commercials, and taking pictures with my Nikon