It would help if you hummed “The Long and Winding Road” while you read my bio. Started my radio career in 1980 in Myrtle Beach. First significant job was the lowly “overnight guy” on the once-fabled WKZQ. Over the years, I have worn many hats and dabbled in many formats: Country, Top 40, Jazz, Beach Music, Oldies, Talk radio; you name it, I’ve tried to do it as best as I knew how. Luckily, after working here at Kirkman Broadcasting for a decade, Gil Kirkman had the confidence in me to build and program a station. It was 1340 The Boardwalk, a Beach Music station, which was only on AM, therefore doomed from the outset.
In 2017, I got another chance and created The City. I wanted to do this Classic Hits format differently from the ones I had heard streaming across the country. Being a lifelong South Carolinian, I felt it was absolutely necessary to fully include all the Soul and R&B hits that had been separated from Rock and Pop over the years. In the summer of 2020, I was called on again to create and program another radio station. The result is Classic Country 98.5.
With a recent Morning Show vacancy, I have moved from one radio baby child to another and I’m delighted to be pairing up with my longtime broadcasting buddy Pam Morgan in the mornings from 6-10am on Classic Country 98.5.
Pam Morgan was born and raised in the SC Lowcountry. She is proud of her heritage, her family’s 100 year old farm, and her 2 children! Pam worked in Lowcountry radio for 14 years before leaving to raise her children. Now that her daughter is in her twenties and her son is a high school senior…PAM IS BACK!
Pam Morgan has an immense knowledge of Classic Country. Her friends know her as the “Human Jukebox,” because she can name almost any song after a few notes. Pam happens to have an immense knowledge of things that don’t matter at all!
Pam loves reality television, reading autobiographies, and anonymously trolling Twitter. You can listen to Pam on your way to work every weekday morning on Classic Country 98.5