MONTUE-FRISATSUN
Gwyn
Rogen
10:00pm-4:00am
Rich
Creeger

11:00pm-4:00am
Rich
Creeger

11:00pm-4:00am
Rich
Creeger

11:00pm-4:00am
Tom
O'Neill

4:00am-9:00am
Tom
O'Neill

4:00am-9:00am
Tad
Svendsen

4:00am-8:00am
Colleen
Addair

4:00am-8:00am
Colleen
Addair

9:00am-1:00pm
Colleen
Addair

9:00am-1:00pm
Justin
Tyler

8:00am-1:00pm
Rise Up
Country

8:00am-10:00am
Jesse
Addy

1:00pm-6:00pm
Jesse
Addy

1:00pm-6:00pm
Gwyn
Rogan

1:00pm-6:00pm
Cathy
Taylor

10:00am-1:00pm
Cathy
Taylor

6:00pm-11:00pm
Cathy
Taylor

6:00pm-11:00pm
Scott
Gaines

6:00pm-11:00pm
Justin
Tyler

1:00pm-6:00pm






Kim
Stewart

6:00pm-10:00pm

Colleen Addair

My radio career began in Southern WV at 16. I’ve been lucky enough to host nationally syndicated radio shows: “Colleen’s Classic Country USA, and “Cross Country Songs of Faith.” — Past TV stints: Host on the “Shop At Home” network, and Weathercaster. I’m married to Scott, the great hunter (think Duck Dynasty — beard and all). We have one daughter, Katie, who is about to finish her college career as a registered nurse. We are all country music fans. Many evenings at our house are spent fishing at our pond. — I am the lead vocalist of a worship band. My faith is very important to me. — I’ve ridden motorcycles since I was a kid, and LOVE my Indian Chief. We are currently restoring a ’69 Camaro that I will drive a LOT. — Early on, I pledged my heart to Elvis, and then Waylon Jennings. I love how Keith Urban feels the music when he plays, and Kenny Chesney’s incredible knack of picking great songs. There are so many talented acts, but the sound that Eric Church and Zac Brown are bringing to country is really cool. I also believe there’s a place for artists like Steven Tyler. — I’m just a country fan. Period.



Jesse Addy

I was born in Dallas, TX where my dad was following his radio dream and my mom was a Registered Nurse, but I mostly grew up in Michigan. I was the kid in school that wanted to be everyone’s friend, so I was in the band (Tuba), hung out with the theatre kids and played basketball, baseball and football. My younger brother shared my passion for music, which made for a noisy house growing up. I graduated from Michigan State University (Go Green!) with a degree in Geography and planned on being a teacher. I really enjoy any chance to be outside fishing, golfing or skiing….which I have zero talent for any of them. My inside time is spent trying to learn more about wine, trying to learn Spanish and trying to perfect the 3 Chicken dishes I can cook. I’m so grateful to be able to listen and talk about music for a living and maybe I’ll see you at a show sometime!



Cathy Taylor

I was born in a small town near Birmingham, AL and raised in Florida. I’ve called everywhere from the beach to the mountains home and consider enjoying the outdoors second nature. My earliest memory has to be riding my tricycle around the block, and way too close to a busy road. I got in big trouble for that! My second earliest memory is playing DJ and singing along to every song. You could say the influence of radio stayed with me all the way through college, where I majored in Communications. Lately I’ve discovered a knack for working with horses so I volunteer at a ranch, just grooming the horses and generally seeing to their well-being. It does me a lot of good to do something worthwhile with my spare time. Country music has been a big part of my life from the start, singing along to Charlie Pride, George Jones and my favorite, Ronnie Milsap, with my dad on road trips. These days, new artist Cam is one of my favorites, and I have a soft spot for Dierks Bentley. Even though I have lived all over the country, home is wherever friends, family, delicious food and awesome music are found. I’m glad to have found a home on the radio with you!



Rich Creeger

I’ve been involved in Country music since I was hired to be a bar back in the early 80’s at the World Famous Gilley’s nightclub in Pasadena, Texas during the height of the Urban Cowboy craze. Although Country music has gone through many variations since then it has always been the first preset on my radio because it still has the foundation of real stories told by real people about real life. Some of my favorite current artists are Chris Young, Brantley Gilbert and Jana Kramer. Some of my all-time favorites are Willie Nelson, George Jones and Reba. My wife Fran and I are a blended family of 5 kids, 2 dogs and a cat and when her and I get some free time (ha ha what’s that?) we usually point the car toward the beach, set up camp and just stare at it.



Scott Gaines

Scott Gaines has wanted to be on the radio since he was in the 3rd grade and those dreams became reality at the age of 18 and he has never looked back He has been heard all over the USA on some the best country radio stations with stops in major cities like Dallas and Detroit. Scott is also a voice-over actor and his voice can heard on network and regional TV and radio commercials. He has always been a ham, whether standing in front of a big arena crowd or doing stand up at The Improv, He's always been at home entertaining an audience whether in person or on the radio. Scott is a family man with a wife and one adult son. He loves his dogs, sports (mostly football), country music and meeting the nicest listeners in the world





Kim Stewart

I’m Kim and I love to have TONS happening in my life all at once – we multitasking women are nuts like that! One boss referred to me as a “walking sitcom”! I’m married with two kiddos (a one year old and a four year old) AND two furry dog kids! I grew up in Irving, graduated from UT Austin and have been around the country doing this crazy radio biz for…let’s just say awhile! I’m thrilled to be on the radio here in Nashville and I am glad to be able to hang out on-air with you so pleeeeease check in so I can find out more about you too! ————— Kim Stewart has a strong Country background. She most recently worked as the midday jock on KSCS/Dallas. She previously worked at KPLX/The Wolf, did PM Drive at KVIL and mornings at Magic in Austin. Before all of that, Kim was the night talent for our 24/7 Hot AC format and also did mornings at Radio Disney. Kim brings lots of energy to her show and really knows how to connect with listeners.
 



Tad Svendsen

Tad Svendsen has spent close to what you may call a lifetime in the radio industry. While in high school in Sioux Falls, S.D. Tad began his broadcasting career at a country radio station of all places. As his career progressed Tad spent 16 years working for the country music station KYGO based out of Denver. Lucky for us in Butte, MT we get to enjoy Weekdays with Tad and also get the major market experience of Tad Svendsen offers.





Justin Tyler

We were very sad to see our boss George King leave us a few weeks ago, but we are very happy to introduce our new operations manager, Justin Tyler. Justin comes to us from KIXX, The Twin States Best Country, in West Lebanon, NH. Yes, they have country music in New Hampshire! Brian and I had a chance to talk to Justin before we hired him and we knew right away that he belonged at K99. He has the same passion for country music and the same drive that we do and just the right amount of goofiness. (See picture to the right.) Justin loves Colorado. He and his family, including four boys, have vacationed here on a regular basis. Welcome Justin Tyler to the K99 family! Here is a video of Justin at his old radio station going through the station refrigerator:



Rise Up Country with John Ritter

Let your spirit rise up with music and stories of inspiration from the greatest names in country music. RISE UP is a positive country music program that's changing lives! When it comes to singing about cheating hearts and boozy nights, country music stars have a corner on the market. But that's just one part of the picture. In the mid-90s, John Ritter got a hankering to showcase positive country, which was starting to make waves in Nashville, Tennessee. In other words, a show that would air Garth Brooks' Unanswered Prayers but not his Longneck Bottle.
My radio career began in Southern WV at 16. I’ve been lucky enough to host nationally syndicated radio shows: “Colleen’s Classic Country USA, and “Cross Country Songs of Faith.” — Past TV stints: Host on the “Shop At Home” network, and Weathercaster. I’m married to Scott, the great hunter (think Duck Dynasty — beard and all). We have one daughter, Katie, who is about to finish her college career as a registered nurse. We are all country music fans. Many evenings at our house are spent fishing at our pond. — I am the lead vocalist of a worship band. My faith is very important to me. — I’ve ridden motorcycles since I was a kid, and LOVE my Indian Chief. We are currently restoring a ’69 Camaro that I will drive a LOT. — Early on, I pledged my heart to Elvis, and then Waylon Jennings. I love how Keith Urban feels the music when he plays, and Kenny Chesney’s incredible knack of picking great songs. There are so many talented acts, but the sound that Eric Church and Zac Brown are bringing to country is really cool. I also believe there’s a place for artists like Steven Tyler. — I’m just a country fan. Period.



Gwyn Rogan

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