Steve is a 43 year veteran broadcaster. He attended Lubbock High, Texas Tech and the Elkins Broadcast Institute in Dallas. He worked at KSEL Radio in 1969 and KLBK Radio in 1971. Steve's extensive broadcast career includes KBGY, KENR, WSM FM, KEND, Classic Rock 104, KRBL, KSEL, and was the road manager for Hoyle Nix and the Fireballs. He says, "I always look forward to coming to work every day and getting to know our listeners."
Mark is the Richie Gang Morning Show co-host and KSSL Sports Director, a native of Slaton and the Lubbock area. Mark is a sports enthusiast, business marketing expert and fund raiser. Mark is very active in the Slaton community and serves on several boards. For a detailed bio visit Mark's Special Bio Page.
Jacqui is a native Texan who has lived in West Texas for over 20 years. She lived in Florida for five years, but was glad to get back to her home... The Lone Star State. She has called radio home for over 25 years. Having done a plethora of other jobs, she feels blessed to "get to" have a career in media.
One Way Wanda
One Way Wanda is our intrepid traffic reporter that hovers over the city of Lubbock in her beanie and distinctive muumuu complete with numerous KSSL bumper stickers. She earned the name "One Way" for always going the wrong way down a one way street. Always up for a challenge, you never know what her and her husband Earl and cousin Elroy are going to get into. Listen for One Way Wanda and her traffic reports weekdays at 7:45 and 8:15am during the Richie Gang Morning Show.
Cathy comes from a long line of radio. Her grandfather was involved in radio as well as her dad and uncles. She began her radio career as an afternoon disc jockey after school at the young age of 13. She is on the air from 10-2 every weekday on KSSL and hosts the popular All Request Jukebox from 12-1. Her goal in life is simply to make a positive difference.
We call Steve "The Golden Voice Of Ksell Country". Steve keeps everyone company weekdays from 2-6 with great country music and his own style of humor. He began his radio career when he was in high school at the local radio station in his hometown of Post,Texas. He has a great following and adds something special to the afternoon drive at KSSL.
Country radio is a big part of Donna's life. Her dad has owned radio stations since she was a small child, and he trained Donna in the business at a young age. Though she earned an education degree from ENMU, she continued to work in radio on a part time basis through the years. She is blessed to share her favorite genre of music with listeners each weeknight from 6-midnight. Join her!
Growing up, music was always a part of Susanne's life. She started in radio in 1990 at KBIM in Roswell, NM. Over the years, she has worked at several other professions besides radio, but truly feels at home with headphones and a microphone. "It's really special when you can do what you love for a living" she says, "I never feel like I'm going to work." Susanne works in the office and is on the air weekends from 12-6p; she also doubles as the "unofficial" station photographer and can often be seen at station events taking pictures.