Storme Warren | email Weekdays 6 am - 11 am ETYou may remember Storme Warren from local Tulsa radio, CNN or even TNN (remember that?). But even if you're hearing him for the first time hosting the live Music Row Happy Hour on The Highway, you'll get to know him for his smile and his deep love for country music.
In the right light, Brad Paisley has said that Al Skop looks like he could be his brother. Or at least his cousin. Well, what we do know for sure is that Al loves Brad’s music, and all the big hits and new discoveries on The Highway. Working for SiriusXM since you were rockin’ a flip phone, Al's been building our country channels even before all the satellites were in space. Now that’s dedication. Or patience. Or just plain crazy… Follow Al on Twitter @alskop.
Turn ons: music on vinyl, pho noodle soup, and cold beer on tap. Turn offs: warm beer on tap. When not at the SiriusXM studios, you can find Buzz on the golf course trying to maintain a single digit handicap, or at one of his other gigs (Voice of Disney Channel, Bat Boy for the Detroit Tigers). Follow Buzz Brainard on Twitter @buzzbrainard.
Jessica Wade is from a tractors, trucking, and hockey-loving family in upstate New York, and is fond of anything Canadian. She's a Cornell aggie who loves country music and truck stop coffee. Jessica's been on The Highway since 2004 playing country hits; she's with you every weeknight.
Betsy Spina has always loved country music. While a New Yorker at heart, Betsy spent some time living in Los Angeles, and it was her trip back to NYC that was life changing. "That trip was the first time I heard The Highway! I listened to it for hours, wrapped up in the music dreaming of one day working on the channel." Dreams do come true! Follow Betsy on Twitter: @BetsySpina.
Kim Ashley | email Sundays 12 pm - 6 pm ETAshley's career as a country DJ began in Venice, FL. Then onto Lakeland, FL, Atlanta, NYC, Dallas and finally, the world on SiriusXM! "Country music has been one of the greatest joys of my life, because it's about OUR lives, and weaves a common thread between us that you can't find anywhere else."