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.
Van Camp & Morgan
Mon-Fri 6am - 10am Central
They say "twice is nice," but we're not totally sure when it comes to this pair! Now you can hear what the rest of the world hears daily over internet and terrestrial radio stations around the globe. It's the Van Camp and Morgan show! You know our "heroes" best from The Who Cares News (now in its 10th year on air and as a podcast) just more of them.
Mon-Fri 10am - 2pm Central and "Today in Country Music"
Ric grew up wanting to be on the air. He decided on his career at age 9 in Los Angeles, growing up with the sounds of Boss Radio KHJ as
the soundtrack for his teen years. Working at such prestigious stationsin Las Vegas, Palm Springs and El Paso, it was KKAL California Country in San Luis Obispo, CA that fueled Ric's love of Country music. Ric is currently living in Southern Utah with his partner Terri, her son Josh, two dogs and 4 neurotic cats.
The Real Bob McCoy
Mon-Fri 2pm-6pm 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 6pm - 10pm Central
Kristine Grey was born and raised in the Texas Panhandle. She landed in radio by chance because of her love of music and it didn't take long for her to be hooked. She worked at a county music station and fell in love with the music. At 25 she moved to Colorado and had several other careers before being lucky enough to land back in radio after a 30- year hiatus. Living so close to Red Rocks Amphitheater going to concerts is something she does regularly. Along with her husband she lives with two dogs, two cats and a gecko.
Late Nights & Weekends
Jacky was born in Amarillo, Texas and has lived his whole life in the Texas panhandle. He had relatives who were on the radio, and used to play DJ as a kid. Jacky enrolled in Amarillo College's broadcast program in 1989 and has worked in broadcast for 30+ years. He loves all kinds of music, movies, and books. Jacky is proud to call Boss Country his new home.
"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.
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.
Hey y’all! I was born and raised in the Midwest where the love of God, family, my dog, and cheese runs through my veins. I fell in love with country music and concerts as a young child and decided to chase the dream of Country Radio. I got my start as an intern for the morning show at WMIL FM106.1 and later on air at WKTI 94.5. When I’m not doing event promotions, I’m on air pursuing my passion here on Boss Country Radio and most likely with an iced coffee in hand...my fav! Follow my radio journey on Facebook.
Robert S. Wright
Robert S. Wright comes to Boss Country from Washington. His daughter calls him a renaissance man. Not only was he was big time radio personality from Seattle, he is also an author and a pilot. Robert says he loves gadgets but can’t fix anything that is broken. No worries for us as we have safe studio.
Christa Chavez was born in Texas and it you don’t know it, she’ll tell you. Christa’s career kicked off very quickly in Amarillo, Texas where she went from college radio to co-hosting morning shows. She has the best laugh we’ve heard on Boss Country. Christa loves her family, the Dallas Cowboys, and Texas Country Music. Yes, she can and does, ride horses and lives in a small Texas community
Born in Montana and raised in Seattle, Joe worked the air waves in Oregon and throughout the Puget Sound area including Seattle at KVI, KKFX & KIXI-FM. When not playing the Greatest Country Hits on Boss Country Joe can be found coaching Special Olympics softball & basketball, keeping his streak of monthly 5k runs or bike rides for charity alive (started in 2010), or stinking up one of the golf courses in the area. He enjoys working out, reading, old movies, genealogy and spending time with family and friends, especially his two Grandkids.
Most kids grow up with athletes, Superman or Batman as their heroes, Zak idolized Mel Blanc and Jonathan Winters - he was a little strange. He developed a bunch of characters that joined him on the air as he cut his radio teeth in the upper-left corner of America. Abandoning radio in favor of food and shelter, Zak bounced around the country working for the government (no, not the IRS) ending up on the opposite coast… in Massachusetts where he finally woke up, fell in love and became a very happy family man. Unable to break his addiction to the microphone, Zak did corporate voiceovers before becoming infected with the Boss Country bug.
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