Steve grew up in Kansas City but has done radio in 6 different states and loves his Country music.
KKAJ Middays with Kelli Shannon
Kelli Shannon began her radio career in Ardmore in 1987 and soon after, joined KKAJ in the afternoon.
Besides playing the best music on Texoma's #1 radio station, Kelli loves KKAJ for the opportunity to be active in the community. From blood drives, Toys for Tots and food for Loaves & Fishes, to benefit concerts for neighbors in need, KKAJ has been here for Texoma communities for more than 40 years.
When not on the air you'll find Kelli Shannon in the stands as a proud Ardmore Tiger mom of two boys, working on handmade jewelry for "design/k," or watching an unhealthy amount of documentaries on Netflix.
Kelli is thrilled to be back on middays at Texoma Country 95.7 KKAJ.
The Ride Home with Rob Carter
Rob Carter's radio career began right here at 95.7 KKAJ back in 1984.
The Outdoor Life Network chose Rob to narrate some of their programming, including the shows "Northwest Hunter" and "Hunting the Country".
Rob has been nominated three times for Personality of the Year from the Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters.
The Night Show with Jimmy Green
Jimmy joins us from our sister station, The Ranch, in Fort Worth.
After getting a broadcasting degree from UTA, he worked his way up in country radio, starting out as a promotions assistant and eventually becoming an on-air personality.
He's a big fan of red dirt and classic country and has a huge passion for radio.
He spends his downtime watching horror movies, playing guitar (badly), and going to local concerts.
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