THE BOSS JOCKSHowdy! Boss Country Radio is comprised of some of the biggest names in Texas radio! We've got a couple of radio Hall of Famers, and over "x" number of years of combined on-air experience (we're a little embarrassed by how large the "x" is). If you grew up in different parts of Texas, you're sure to recognize some of these voices. Please feel free to reach out and get to know us! That's part of the fun of online radio, we're all approachable and we don't think any of us bites.
Mon-Fri 6am - 10am Central
Texas Panhandle Broadcasting Hall of Famer Jamey Karr has been in radio since he was 14. He grew up about 30 minutes from El Paso, Jamey has been on the air for more than 40 years, the past decade and a half in Amarillo. Jamey is in the WTU Communications Hall of Fame as well as the Texas Panhandle Radio Hall of Fame for his many years of waking up Amarillo
Mon-Fri 2pm - 6pm Central
Kidd Manning, born a Texan in a small town called Crosbyton, a tribal member of the Choctaw Indian Nation and grew up on the family farm in Floydada, Texas. His radio path has been wide and varied from Amarillo to Oklahoma CIty, Colorado Springs, Los Angeles, always moving back to the land of cotton and cool clear underground water.
The Real Bob McCoy
Mon-Fri 6pm-10pm Central
The Real Bob McCoy is a 30 plus year vet of radio hails from Washington State where he cut his teeth growing up listening to legendary stations KJR, KZOK and KISW. Bob has worked in many different markets including Spokane, Seattle, Tri-Cities and in Oregon, Montana and Idaho. Bob is also a die-hard Washington State Cougar and he bleeds Crimson and Gray.
Mon-Fri 10pm-2am Central
Howdy ya’ll, At age 11 we moved to Lubbock, Texas next door to Bill McAlister, owner of KSEL AM-FM. I told him I wanted to be in radio. He said, “When you’re 13 years old, I’ll give you a job.” I mowed his lawn for 2 years so he wouldn’t forget about me, and on my 13th birthday, I marched into his office and began my career. At 19, I became his Program Director and my course was set. After that, different cities and radio stations, broadcast syndication, public relations, and podcasting. Now, being a part of “Boss Country Radio” feels so right.
Mon-Fri 2am - 6am Central
Hi y’all, my name is Cadillac Cruz. I’m 100% certified Texan so when I say “y’all” it’s as legit as it gets! My family is in Amarillo. I’ve lived in the capitol of Texas, Austin, and currently reside in Dallas, TX. I have been in radio since I was 13 and this is my first time playing country legends. I have an awesome 8 yr old niece named Emory. I have a golden retriever you would all instantly fall in love with named Elvis. He is definitely The King. Looking forward to getting to know you as we Cruz the Caddy 2a-6a mornings with the best country music ever blastin’ through the speakers!
Rog says his Grandpa was a Texas cotton farm-share cropper, and that his Dad missed 6 weeks of school every year because he had to bring in the harvest. Rog knows Texas and keeps the weekend rockin' with The Greatest Boss Country hits! Rog is also available for hire as the voice of your commercial or corporate presentation, more info at Rog's Voice Over Site.
"Producer" Morgan hails from The Great State of Texas! Born and raised in the Lone Star state (in the Panhandle) Morgan waxes nostalgic about her life as a proud Texan, and Cowboys fan! She's also a HUGE Country music buff and is so excited to be playing the Greatest Boss Country hits for you weekends on The Boss.
Dave was born in Southern California and grew up listening to Boss Radio in Boss Angeles. After moving to Las Vegas as a boy, he continued to return to California during the summers and caught the Boss Radio fever. Dave has been a Las Vegas Country radio staple for decades. He now lends his voice to the Boss airwaves from Boss Vegas every weekend.
In the Paley Center for Media (formerly The Museum of Television and Radio) for the contributions she made to "free-form" FM radio, Raechel has an illustrious career on air from San Francisco to Los Angeles, CNN, Sirius/XM, and Jones Satellite Network radio nationwide, as well as Radio Riviera in Hollywood. Ms. Rae Boss-casts her show from Baja California every week!
Born in Memphis, Robin started in radio while living in Charlotte during high school, before moving to west Texas and going to college. Having spent several years in Amarillo, Robin is now back in his native Tennessee, living in the shadow of Nashville, Music City USA. When not on Boss Country, he enjoys smoking BBQ, golf and time with his wife and family.
Jaynie hails from the Pacific Northwest where she got her start on the radio at the age of 11, reporting high school news (and pretending to be 13) on KTEL in Walla Walla. Over the years, Jaynie has worked at some of the best stations in Seattle and Tacoma, including world famous KOMO, KAYO and KKBY-FM. She's landed at Boss Country and continues her passion for County Music Radio.