On-Air: 5:30a-10:00a, Monday thru Friday
Kent was born in Columbus, Ohio and lived in cities all over the state and in New Jersey. While in school, Kent played trumpet in a national-champion marching band and participated in school and community theater with an eye toward one day becoming a Hollywood actor.
He also listened to radio whenever he could and knew it would be fun to be on the radio. Eventually, a freak accident led to a career decision. While in high school gym class in Brecksville, Ohio, he broke his wrist playing football. The cast on his arm prevented him from wearing his band uniform, so the director made him the band announcer. Thus, Kent’s public announcing career was launched.
Email : Lisa.S@TylerMedia.com
ON-AIR: 5:30a-9a, Monday thru Friday
IN RADIO: Since 1998
AT KOMA: Since 1999
Lisa co-hosts the KOMA Morning Show with Kent Jones. Her cheery smile and energetic personality brings sunshine to every hour’s weather forecast even when the forecast isn’t so bright.
Lisa began her radio career in 1996 at Renda Broadcasting as an account executive, then moved to Promotions Director utilizing an extensive public relations and marketing background.
On-Air: 10a-2p, Monday – Friday
The Ronnie Kaye story began in a sleepy town in southeast Missouri. Growing up in Cooter was probably not much different than growing up in most small towns in the America in the 40’s and 50’s. His dad was the town pharmacist and his mom was a piano teacher at Cooter High School.
Between church, school, and home, Ronnie was always surrounded by music. When the high school presented a play or show, Ronnie was always a part of it. By high school, he was studying to become a concert pianist, performing recitals of Bach, Brahms, and Beethoven. At the same time, he was hearing radio stations in Memphis play Perkins, Presley, and Chuck Berry.
On-Air: 2p-7p, Monday thru Friday
I like loud rock and roll, Family Guy reruns and am a beer snob of the highest order. I have been rocking’ the airwaves since about ’91, graduated from OU in 93, wish strip malls and chain stores would stop ruining the view of great Oklahoma sunsets and I love to fish.
Other than that, my turn ons are peanut butter and feathers and long walks through the CD section at Best Buy. My turn offs are writing bio’s of myself.
On-Air: 7p-Mid, Monday – Friday
In radio since Reagan was president and, at KRXO since Bush the first, I have honed my Classic Rock chops by not only listening to, but also by studying the music and artists that mean so much to ‘our music.’ I love live music and have seen just about every classic rocker to come down the ‘pike.
My family life includes a loving wife since 1994 and a son who, oddly enough, loves music and radio and a lot of the stuff that dear old dad does. I miss Rainbow Records and browsing through stacks of CDs (like I need anymore!).