Kyle Richey was born right here in Scottsburg but didn't stay long, quickly moving to the great state of South Carolina. Kyle spent his first 10 years of life growing up in South Carolina, becoming a diehard Gamecocks fan, before moving right back here to Scottsburg. Kyle graduated from Charlestown High School where he moved to play football, he also took a Radio Transmission class and fell for the art of talking for a living. After graduating high school, Kyle began attending Indiana University Southeast before transferring to Ivy Tech where he now attends college majoring in Anthropology. It was right after Kyle began attending Ivy Tech that he had a chance meeting with the John Ross and days later Kyle would begin training for his job at WMPI. Kyle would find his place as the night shift DJ for WMPI, often calling this the best job he's ever had. When not at work Kyle keeps busy, along with going to school, Kyle is an aspiring Stand Up Comedian, having been a dream of his since being a small boy, so most of his time not spent at work or school, typically working on his stand up routine. Kyle is also a huge sports and movie fan so when he does have some free time, he wastes most of it on watching football or movies, or playing video games, or even possibly at the gym on a certain occasion or two.
Pet Peeves: Rude people and flat Earth
Favorite Movies: The Godfather, The Dark Knight
Favorite Shows: Breaking Bad, Sons of Anarchy
Favorite Country Song: I'm Still A Guy by Brad Paisley
Most Admired Person: My Grandparents
Birthday: March 14th
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during the week I watch my daughter march with the Jeff High marching band, and take care of dealing with video game bad guys with my son...with whatever free time I have left, I look for my next great tattoo design (I currently have 7),or I kick back with a Dew, some chips and salsa, and catch up on popular TV shows (Thanks alot Netfix!) so it's safe to assume that I CANNOT live without the internet. I'm a HUGE fan of the Big Bang Theory, 2 Broke Girls, Mike and Molly...yea, never try to get a hold of me on Mondays...or Wednesdays as I love Survivor and Arrow. Add to that college basketball and Colts Football. While some will say that I am a laid back, roll with punches kind of guy,one thing I can't stand is laziness. That should about cover it, anything else you would want to know, I'm sure the FBI has a file on me somewhere.
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Pet Peeves: Bad Drivers
Favorite Shows: Firefly, Breaking Bad
Favorite Artists: Brad Paisley, The Zac Brown Band
Favorite Country Song: Troubadour by George Strait
Birthday: June 25th
Pet Peeves: Being late, or others being late!
Most Admired: JFK
Favorite Shows: Duck Dynasty, Chicago Fire
Favorite Food: Sushi, great steak, about anything
Birthday: December 8th
Pet Peeves: Bad Drivers
Favorite Artist: Christ Stapleton
Favorite Country Song: Burning House- Cam
Birthday: January 2nd
Pet Peeves: Rude People
Favorite New Artist: Chris Young, Hunter Hayes
Most Admired Person: Jesus & My Earthly Father
Crazy about: Mayberry, baseball, funny TV
Birthday: January 5th
My story begins on June 22, born and raised in Jeffersonville, I knew early on that I would entertain people. I got into theater when I was at River Valley Middle School and continued through high school. After graduating from Jeffersonville High School in 1986, I knew that radio was my calling. I got my Bachelor of Science degree from Indiana State University where I was a Radio/TV/Film major. It was in Terre Haute that I started my radio career. I finally made it back home and in March 2001 I found myself on the air at I105.3, a station that I listened to while in high school. Now while I live for the weekends to entertain on the radio,
Harley moved to Scott County in 1984 a little unwilling and not happy about it but over the years he's grown to love it here and can't think of another place he'd rather live. Harley graduated from Scottsburg High School where he was on the wrestling team. As a kid his dream was to be a firefighter, paramedic and police officer. He's happy to say he's fulfilled all of these goals. Harley has served our great community since in those fields over the years. Harley has been a supervisor for our county 911 dispatch for the last 14 years and serves on the Scottsburg Fire Department as firefighter/EMT. Harley has been married for six years to his wife, Jennifer who is an RN at Schneck Medical Center. They have three children.
Dan Clark grew up in Sanford, ME, where he graduated from high school before moving to Indiana to attend Hanover College, where his grandfather taught French and German. After spending a year in computer programming, Dan found his way to the Communication Department, where he quickly lost himself in the habit of picking apart movies and music to find the underlying message. After graduating in 2008 with a major in Communication and a minor in English, Dan quickly settled in at I105.3. When not at work, Dan likes just laying around the house, where he has being lazy down to an art form. He can generally be found watching movies, listening to music, playing video games, or pretty much anything else that doesn't require a whole lot of physical effort.
Mike Rogers is a producer, writer, entertainer, just a regular guy! The most fun thing for him is being a Grandpa to his eleven grand kids! He is married to Miss "T" or Teresa. Mike loves to read, travel and to sing. He appears at area Jamborees and regional events. He writes inspirational books and loves classic movies.
John Ross was born and raised in Louisville, KY. He moved to Scottsburg 25 years ago where he has been on the air at WMPI ever since. JR describes his time here in these words, "Wow! What a ride! We have built a powerhouse radio station that has won multiple awards, including the Indiana Broadcasters Association Station of the Year, three times!" John loves to spend time with his wife and kids. They are an awesome God fearing family that still enjoys time together. Sometimes they just sit around and watch The Andy Griffith Show. (Barney Fife still cracks them up). JR loves meeting people who listen to his show. He finds it fun to talk with them and hear their feed back. John loves having fun and talking, perfect for a job in radio!