1A.M. - 6A.M.
Born in Texas and raised in Colorado and Alaska, Biscuit could not manage to keep his mouth shut at home or in school so it only made sense to set his sights on radio. From getting paid just to monitor the radio equipment, to promotional work, to producing then to an becoming an on-air personality Biscuit has been involved in almost every aspect of radio all out the pure fascination and love he has for music and radio. Biscuit loves interacting and entertaining people and truly believes he was born to make people smile and laugh so radio will always be a part of his life.
6A.M. - 7 A.M.
Ryan Fox loves being on the radio. Not a day goes by that he does not consider himself blessed to have grown up in and around the radio business. His family once owned stations, and he has worked in radio since age 11. Since graduating from the University of Southern California, Ryan has entertained as a successful on air talent all across the country and is pumped to be here. In his spare time, he enjoys hanging out with his lovely wife Amber and his is 1 yr old baby boy Luke. You'll also find him taking in new movies, and watching USC Football. Ryan enjoys attending church, spending time with family and friends, and wrestling with his fun-loving beagle-terrier, Max. He's a big fan of everything 'pop culture', and it goes without saying Ryan LOVES Country Music! You can find him on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/RyanFoxNOW, on Twitter and Instagram @RyanFoxNOW, and check out his website at www.RyanFoxNow.com.
Don Lane—The Man, The Myth But not the Truth
What can be said about this guy that hasn’t been said before. NOT MUCH!!! Don’s radio career began in the early 80’s when life was so much simpler. All you had to worry about was making sure the record(yes vinyl)was set to the right speed. From that moment, that first click of the mic. coming on, he knew his life would never be the same. Bouncing around from station to station he honed is craft to what it is today. ONE BIG LOAD OF PURE, UNADULTERATED, CRAPOLA!!! Without a care in the world, Don opens his mouth and the world shutters. Nobody knows what he’ll say or do next, NOT EVEN HIM!!! To follow him on this adventure he calls life, be sure to tune in mornings on KEYB.
On the serious side Don has been in radio since 1981, working at various stations n S.W. OK. But that is not all that he has done, Law enforcement, construction, motorcycle sales, gas station, clubs and bars and EMS are just some of the things Don has done. Radio is still his passion. Away from radio there’s not much he doesn’t enjoy. His circle of friends and family are what makes him the happiest, that’s where most of his craziness comes from. Don always says “Radio is theater of the mind.” Follow him on the air to experience what life is like in an asylum.
Harley Moody - Navy Man
Harley's young life began many many years ago on a cold fall day in October. He laid low for a few years before his re-emergance at a high school graduation on a Spring night in May in Olustee, Oklahoma. From there Harley went on a 12 year trip with the Navy, where he proudly served and is now an American Veteran. After the Navy, Harley returned to Oklahoma and went to work as a Government Contractor and wanted to do something more fun so he headed back into the backwoods where he stayed until his emergence on KEYB. When not on the air with Don during the morning show Harley liked to share his stories from sea, work on hot rods and spend time with the five best kids any dad could ask for; Jenace, Cicely, Rhett, Stetson and Emberlin. Harley was inspired to become a upstanding citzen by his Dad, Don Moody and his Fire Fighter brother Larry Moody.
Harley was best known by his backwoods friends as the guy who would try anything and was called "Crazy".
We Miss You Harley!
10 A.M. - 3 P.M.
Dakota loves America, golden retrievers, and Little Debbie Snack Cakes. Not to mention Country Music! Having grown up in a tiny Oregon lakeside town, she knows what it’s like to go nuts, living out in The Sticks. She also appreciates that, out of all musicians, country artists make an effort to look attractive. Yep, she’s that shallow. Dakota has no cake-eating dwarves at home (kids), nor a spousal unit; but she does have a young orchid named Cleo, currently in full bloom. When she’s not on the air, Dakota moonlights as a Countdown Specialist: handling numbers 16 through 10. She plays Texas Hold ‘Em in her spare time, but is so bad at it that she gets taco sauce all over the cards; and loses so much, she has to pay people in turquoise jewelry. Dakota has done radio in Denver, Atlanta, Indianapolis and Vegas. Give her a call sometime -- don’t make her wait: she’ll start perspiring and frighten the neighborhood cats! The party’s off the hook!
Brian Was Born in Camden, New Jersey, but has spent much of his 20 plus years on the radio all over the United States. Brian comes to KEYB from KZLA in Los Angeles. Brian's resume includes stops in New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Phoenix, St. Louis, Orlando and Las Vegas. Brian can be found doing just about everything he can outdoors. He also enjoys coaching his son’s tee-ball team and teaching him how to fish. He likes to get his heart going by running a mile or two every day—it’s his morning coffee! Brian has traveled extensively as well but after visiting over thirty countries his favorite place to go is still Vegas. He believes that machine will hit soon! He lives with his wife and six year-old son, Jack.
8PM - 1AM
Jenny D, a Colorado native, with a degree in journalism from Colorado State University, believes that every moment in life has a soundtrack that you get to pick out for yourself. Live through music, live through a dream, or live through life, let each day be monumental. Some of her fondest memories are rocking out to the radio in the back of her mom’s vintage, metallic green Ford mustang, which is where her love for music began. She has a knack for making people laugh, a true gift for sarcasm, and keep up with her, because she likes to keep it real on the radio. So, relax, because when you spend some time with her, hopefully you get that laid back, warm and fuzzy feeling, like the end of a good John Hughes movie. Let’s face it, at the end of the day, we should all believe in happy endings.