Sam Alex has always been a big fan of country music -- he's 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 the Chicago area, Sam now lives in Nashville, where he hosts the Taste of Country Nights radio show. If you ever see him on lower Broadway, get him a pina colada and some BBQ chicken pizza
Hot Rod Thompson is a true radio professional. He has done award-winning shows in Boise and Idaho Falls, Idaho; Memphis, Tennessee; and now he brings you the most fun in the afternoon right here in beautiful Billings, Montana. Tune in afternoons on Cat Country 102.9. Buckle up because Hot Rod brings high energy radio and has a carload of fun with you. Happily married with five children, he knows there's never a dull moment in life. Join him as you "Claw Your Way Home" every weekday from 2 p
I moved to Montana in 1979 from Cincinnati, Ohio. I started doing play-by-play in 1982 in Billings. I began working at my current job in December 1985 and have never left. I have been on Cat Country mornings since the show started in March 1988. In addition to my on-air job, I own and operate a wheat and cattle ranch north of Billings. I am most proud of my four children.
A Montana native I started my Radio career in 1984 and have always been passionate about the industry. In my off time I enjoy spending time with my Husband Brett and our two kids, our son Triston and our daughter Bailey. I love to read, play sports and spend time at our family cabin in the Big Horn Mountains.
I was born and raised in Great Falls and grew up listening to my dad on KMON AM where he was the morning guy. Dad also had a band that would practice at our house for the jobs they played almost every weekend. So, my exposure to country music was huge. At the State Fair in Great Falls in 1971, dad emceed all of the concerts so my sister Michelle, who would also follow us to on-air work, and I got to sit in the front row for Anne Murray, Glen Campbell and the Carpenters
I was born in the southern U.S. and raised by a 21 year Marine Corps Vietnam Vet and his hard working, successful, Tennessee born bride. They set the bar pretty high for their three kids...so I decided to just walk under it and go into radio at age 16. After years of "town to town, up and down the dial", I made my way to Billings in 2005. That turned out to be the best decision I ever made. It lead to a great job, and the love of my life, my daughter, Eliana
Every time he gets in front of the microphone, Bob Kingsley adds to his status as the most listened-to radio voice in country music history. The Host and Executive Producer of Bob Kingsley's Country Top 40, far and away the most successful show of its kind, has been the king of the country countdown for three decades now, and to hear him tell it, the process retains every bit of its magic."I love the music and the people who make it," he says, "and I want our listeners to have as much insight into both as it's possible to give them, and to make the experience as enjoyable as possible