Anyone that knows me understands how much music I listen to and more importantly how often music has been a part of my life. When I was 14 I started my first “non-farm” job as a mobile wedding DJ. Then when I turned 16 I worked at a local Columbus radio station called KLIR. Up to that point I was primarily a hard rock listener despite the radio in the milk barn being tuned to country 100 percent of the time.
In fact, I’m pretty sure the only times the radio ever switched signals in that milk barn were when there was a sporting event on another station or when I was on the air. And even when I was on the air I can remember my Grandpa Dannelly and dad both saying the station would be better if they played different music.