Sam Alex has worked for country stations across the nation and never misses his favorite acts when they come to town. He's been on red carpets for many different awards shows and interviewed some of your favorite celebrities, like Will Ferrell and Taylor Swift. Originally from Chicago, Sam now lives in Nashville, where he hosts the Taste of Country Nights radio show, a syndicated night show which airs on more than 75 stations nationwide. If you ever see him on lower Broadway, get him a pina colada and some BBQ chicken pizza
I grew up in the big city of Billings, Montana. Some may call me a city slicker but I have enjoyed living in the quite,beautiful Flathead Valley for the last 7 years. I love to fish and ski, as well as enjoy many outdoor activities. I have worked in radio since I was 19 and have loved every minute of it. I have been called the "mouth that roared", a bit candid at times, always open about my thoughts. I am a die hard Pittsburgh Steelers fan and really love football in general
In 1986 I began working in radio and my travels have taken me from Dallas, TX to Sacramento, CA to Boise, ID and now to Wyoming. Most radio people strive to work in the “Big” markets, but that wasn't the life for me. I enjoy small towns with great atmospheres and friendly hospitable folks. Growing up in Austin, TX, I played sports, went hunting and fishing and enjoyed listening to and watching the legends of country music perform. My love for radio and announcing came early in my teenage years, as I bumbled my way through the daily morning announcements at Sidney Lanier High School and after I graduated, I got my first radio job my freshman year of college at Texas A&M in Commerce, TX. Si
I have been in radio since high school back in hometown Longview, Texas, also known as "The Piney Woods." My biggest culture shock was at the age of 23, when I was suddenly living in the concrete jungle of Chicago. After that, I fell in love with the dry, high, open, west the first of three times I lived in Denver. Between Denver, and other larger cities, I realize I enjoy Wyoming much better--It's nice and slow, as I am now, myself.