Oct. 1-Melissa Judd-West Plains
Oct. 2-Anita Sturgeon-West Plains
Oct. 3-Mary Neagle-Alton
Oct 6-Everett Bates Alton
Oct. 7-Kale Willison-Thayer
Oct. 8-Brantley Kintner-West Plains
Oct. 9-Kevin Gibson-Thayer
Oct 10-Christina Baldridge-Mam. Spring
Oct 13-Sammy Paulette MS
Oct. 14-Clay Williams-Thayer
Oct. 15-Allisyn Noble-Mtn. View
Oct. 16-Celsie Benson-Alton
Oct. 17-Joni Bridges-West Plains
Oct 20-Bill Church-Alton
Oct. 21-Dennis Sisco-Alton
Oct. 22-Josepine Counts-Birch Tree
Oct. 23-Ryan Patterson-Myrtle
Oct. 24-Vander Frealey-Mam. Spring
Welcome to the K-Kountry 95 Staff page!
Here you will find a list of our On Air Staff along with their bio links. Find out about their shows and possibily some fun interesting facts or well...whatever they made up. Go ahead check them out and don't forget to click on their bio links!
My name is Andrew Eckman. You can hear me every Sunday morning from 6am until 12 noon for the best in Southern Gospel on the "Spirit of Country" here on K-Kountry 95. You can also hear Mike Crase and me on friday nights announcing the Thayer Bobcat football team here on K-Kountry 95. I am also currently working at Bakersfield, Mo high School as the High School Head Boys Basketball coach.
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I was born a long time ago, so they tell me, I don’t remember it much, but it was in Centerville Ill. I spent most of my childhood growing up in the St Louis area and graduated from Cahokia High School in 1979. After a failed year in college, I married Nina McKenzie. Join me weekday afternoons for the Redbone show and Saturday mornings 6 to noon. Oh yes, I do play by play sports. I've been doing that for 30 years. "Till next time, have a good time". Send me an email. firstname.lastname@example.org or join me on facebook.
I started in radio at this station back in high school around 1980. That's when we actually played records. Monica and I got married in 1984 and moved to Springfield where I worked at a station there. Then it was on to Kansas City and WDAF 61 Country before moving back home to Thayer in 1997. I do quite a bit of commercial work around the country and on TV so if you hear someone on TV or a radio commercial somewhere and you think, "That sounds like Mark"....well, it might just be.