ON-AIR: Weekdays 5:30am-10am
John Hart grew up surrounded by music. His father fostered a love for both kinds of music, country AND western. His mother preferred top 40 hits and rock ’n roll! He even developed a love of classical music along the way.
To say John has a diverse taste in music would be an understatement.
John sits on several boards in OKC and is proud of his strong ties to the community.
Join John every weekday morning, 5:30 to 10. He’ll wake you up, get you ready, and out the door with Good News, the KOMA Free Ride, a ton of Oklahoma’s Greatest Hits!
And don’t forget, every weekday morning at 7:10, it’s $1000 Minute Impossible! John gives you a chance to win $1000 for answering 10 questions correctly in one minute. On Thursdays, he triples the money! $1000 Minute Impossible turns into $3000 Minute Impossible on Thursdays!
On-Air: Weekdays 10am-2pm
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: Weekdays 2pm-7pm
Jennifer was born in Duncan , but calls Chickasha her hometown (being that she graduated from high school and college there) Go Fightin’ Chicks! She attended the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma and received a BA (note: not a BS) in Communication. She got her first major radio gig at Magic 104.1 hosting the EXTREMELY popular evening show “Magic After Dark” (anyone remember that show?). Next, she spent some years in Tulsa working for Magic’s sister station KBEZ…..Finally, it was back to Oklahoma City, where she has spent the last 15 years at Magic 104.1 before becoming your new host in the afternoons on 92.5 KOMA!
On-Air: Weekdays 7pm-Mid
In radio since Reagan was president and, at sister station 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.
It’s great chatting on the airwaves on KOMA, and playing the music I grew up listening to.