James G. left a promising career in the medical field as well as opportunities in the food service industry to find glamor and prestige in radio over 20 years ago. While still searching for both and when not on the radio you can find G. playing his drums or reading discount Kindle books from Amazon. He believes in God, Country, and the Dallas Cowboys, in that order.
Mike Roden was born and raised right here in the Panhandle in Memphis. He began his radio career as a weekend DJ for KBGH-AM in Memphis during high school. After graduating in 1979, he also worked for several months at KCTX-AM in Childress before heading to West Texas State University in Canyon. In 1981, Mike returned to his roots to work at KLSR-FM in Memphis. He eventually became station’s General Manager for several years and it was during that time that he found his real passion in radio, high school sports
Michael J. Stevens is, by definition, a radio veteran. His career started in his hometown of Colorado Springs, CO. and has taken him and his family back and forth across the country a few times before landing in Amarillo on June 5, 1996. He freely shares stories of his career and life experiences, whether you want to hear them or not. He left the air some years ago but has never been too far away from it. You have probably heard his voice over the years on TV and radio pitching musical instruments, concerts and events, political candidates and, of course, Wonderland Park