Sean is a veteran broadcaster of over 20 years. He is the proud father of three boys. Sean is committed to charity and community service and has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for St Jude, victims of Katrina, and many more. He created “Pennies from Heaven,” an exclusive charity of WGNA that raised and distributed money for Capital Region children, and was a creator of "Blue Friday" a New York State recognized holiday that honors police officers who have died in the line of duty
WGNA Morning Show Co-host for 23 years. Former high school Social Studies teacher who traded blackboard for a keyboard. Has been resident rhymer ever since. Co-recipient of 2000 CMA Award for Best Morning Show and NYS Broadcasters Awards for same. Two time winner of New York State Broadcasters Award for "Reading, Writing, and Rhyming" school program.
Bethany is the newest member of the WGNA morning show. She and her husband and two kids just moved to the Capital Region. Bethany grew up in Western New York and got her Communications and Film degrees from the University of Tampa, in Florida. Bethany spent time as the morning show co-host for WPIG, The Big Pig in Olean, NY, WPCV in Lakeland, FL, and on the morning show team at WQYK in Tampa, FL. Bethany has a TV and Film background and has worked for ESPN, CMT, and the Home Shopping Network
Sam Alex has always been a big fan of country music -- he's worked for country stations across the nation and never misses his favorite acts when they come to town. He's been on red carpets for many different awards shows and interviewed some of your favorite celebrities, like Will Ferrell and Taylor Swift. Originally from the Chicago area, Sam now lives in Nashville, where he hosts the Taste of Country Nights radio show. If you ever see him on lower Broadway, get him a pina colada and some BB
Check out the top 40 for this week after listening to the countdown on Sunday morning!Every time he gets in front of the microphone, Bob Kingsley adds to his status as the most listened-to radio voice in country music history. The Host and Executive Producer of Bob Kingsley’s Country Top 40, far and away the most successful show of its kind, has been the king of the country countdown for three decades now, and to hear him tell it, the process retains every bit of its magic.
I was born in Northern New Jersey but spent a lot of my life in North Carolina. What's the odd look for? Oh, I know what you're thinking: "Why would you move to a land that gets snow four or more months out of the year?" Simple: I miss the season and YES, even the snow! I'm really easygoing, so if you have a question, just send me a message! email@example.com