Carey J. has been a radio superstar since 1999 when she first hung a plastic banner as a member of a radio station street team and has worked her way up the ladder of country radio all around the Pacific Northwest and has recently taken over the morning show on 104.1 KXDD.
Brian’s radio broadcasting career began in the summer of 1981, in his hometown of Wenatchee, WA.
He has been in Yakima since 1995. Brian has been involved in all aspects of the radio business and has owned, operated and managed radio stations….On-air personality on various formats – including Talk radio, Classic Hits, All- Byzantine-All-The-Time and Country, the format where he began and where he feels at home.
Farley started in radio at 16 years old working weekends in Alexandria, MN and he’s been at it ever since. He’s a proud father and an everyday sports-loving, beer drinking, easy-going guy.
Farley wanted to be in radio since he was a little kid and played “radio guy” at home with his boom box and microphone.
Steve Leonard is a Washington native, a WSU grad, and happy to be in the Yakima Valley. Steve is a proud music nerd and studied music in college. Steve, an Eagle Scout, enjoys outdoor activities, including camping, hiking and snowboarding.
When he’s not doing his show on KXDD, he’s most likely to be found at the gym, meticulously brewing a cup of coffee, or spoiling every dog he can find.
Since teaming up in 1983, Crook and Chase have been involved in the production of television and radio programs on a continuous basis, making them one of the longest running broadcast duos in the business.
They’re still going strong 30 years later! And in February 2013, they were inducted into the Country Radio Hall of Fame.