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Jason Ray

First of all thanks for listening to K95. It’s because of you that I am able to do what I love.

 I’ve been in broadcasting for several years and love it. The radio bug bit me when I was in elementary school. I used to take my portable Emerson record player and pretend I was a DJ. That was back when the Oak Ridge Boys “Elvira” and Ronnie Milsap’s “There’s No Getting Over Me” were hits. My junior year in high school I walked in to take a tour of a radio station in Claremore and walked out with my own 5 minute weekly program called the “Pryor High School Report”. And as they say the rest is history.

 I was born in New Mexico and moved to Oklahoma when I was 6 and consider myself an Okie. I’ve been blessed with a wife, two teenage daughters, a son in elementary school, a granddaughter and a dog named Max.

 When I’m not working I like spending time with the family, traveling, discovering new museums, cooking and spending time in Branson.

 Thanks again for listening and you can follow me on Twitter @k95jasonray. I would enjoy hearing from you.

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DealSwarm Account Manager

Cox Media Group Tulsa is seeking a talented account manager for Cox Media Group’s DealSwarm in the Tulsa market.  The primary responsibility will be to achieve stated deal goals monthly by identifying merchant needs and matching an attractive offer to DealSwarm subscribers. The person in this role will be the primary client contact and be directly responsible for identifying and securing participation from high potential prospects. Candidates must possess excellent communication skills, have knowledge of negotiation and sales closing techniques, be able to build relationships with new and existing clients, be self motivated and have good computer skills.  Some college and/or degree preferred and marketing and / or sales experience a plus. Valid driver’s license required.  Send resumes:  Cox Media Group - Tulsa, Human Resources, 7136 South Yale, Suite 500, Tulsa, OK 74136.  Fax: (918) 492-6495.  Email:  tulsajobs@CoxInc.com.    No Phone Calls.  E.O.E M/F   

  Account Manager

Cox Media Group Tulsa is seeking individuals to complete our talented sales staff.  Cox is looking for candidates in sales to develop new business and to maintain client relationships.  Candidates must be detail oriented and have working knowledge of Word and Excel.  Cox provides excellent training to become more than a salesperson and provides excellent benefits.  Previous broadcast sales experience and marketing experience preferred.  Some college and/or degree preferred. Valid driver’s license required.  Send resumes:  Cox Media Group - Tulsa, Human Resources, 7136 South Yale, Suite 500, Tulsa, OK 74136.  Fax: (918) 492-6495.  Email:  tulsajobs@coxinc.com  No Phone Calls.  E.O.E M/F  

  Sales Associate

ON THE JOB TRAINING!

Cox Media Group Tulsa is seeking talented candidates to join our sales associate program.  Duties will be split into administrative support, learning sales systems and procedures and “shadowing” some of the best sales people in town.  You’ll even do some cold calling, sales presentations and more.  Some college and/or degree is preferred and sales and/or marketing experience is a plus.  Cox offers an excellent benefit package. Valid driver’s license required.  Send resumes:  Cox Media Group Tulsa, Human Resources, 7136 South Yale, Suite 500, Tulsa, OK 74136.  Fax: (918) 492-6495.  Email:  tulsajobs@coxinc.com.   No Phone Calls.  E.O.E M/F   

John Filbeck - Traffic

As a child, when John Filbeck listened to the announcers on the radio stations in the car with his Dad every day, he had one thought - "That's what I want to do."

Filbeck grew up in Sapulpa, attended Sapulpa Public Schools and was an active member of the school’s band program.

 

After high school, he went to the University of Oklahoma, majored in journalism, and was a member of the Pride of Oklahoma Marching Band. While in college, he got his first broadcast gig, as a storm chaser for civil defense and a few area stations. After school, Filbeck returned to Tulsa to work in radio.

Filbeck is a welcomed contributor to the morning show and whenever his talents are required from reporting traffic to keeping in touch with his first radio thrill, reporting on severe weather in Oklahoma, as one of a storm chasers.

 

In their spare time, Filbeck and his wife Cindy, enjoy playing their instruments in their church and other area bands. They are active supporters of area high school bands and The Pride of Oklahoma. Filbeck enjoys working in his yard and gardens at home and running out into the storms whenever they arrive.

You can catch John Filbeck's traffic reports whenever you are in your car; during your drive to work, lunch time, and for your drive home with Traffic and Weather.

Rodney Lay Jr.

Rodney Lay, Jr. – the Southeast Kansas Farm boy – comes from a rich classic country background. His dad, Rockabilly Hall Of Fame Member, Rodney Lay, was the band leader for country music legend Roy Clark for 20 years and appeared as a regular on the TV program "Hee Haw" as well as having had a successful solo recording career with such labels as Capitol Records, Sun Records, and MCA Records.  Rodney Lay, Jr. has worked with several country music stars including ROY CLARK, MEL TILLIS, GLEN CAMPBELL, AARON TIPPIN, and THE KENTUCKY HEADHUNTERS. He went on a nationally televised tour in Poland and along with co-writer Mike Richards, Rodney won a DOVE AWARD from the Gospel Music Association for Bluegrass Song of The Year. The song, "HE STILL LOOKS OVER ME", was recorded by THE LEWIS FAMILY. Rodney is also the co-founder of the bluegrass gospel group THE CHIGGER HILL BOYS & TERRI whose albums "OH BROTHER...WHAT NOW" & "WILL PLAY FOR PIE" (on Thoroughbred/Daywind Records) have each been nominated for a Dove Award for Bluegrass Album Of The Year. Their song "FACE TO FACE WITH AMAZING GRACE" went all the way to #1 nationally and was also nominated for the Dove Award for Bluegrass Song Of The Year. "GOING AND GONE", a song co-written by Rodney, saw airtime on the hit NBC series "THIRD WATCH". In addition to his music career, Rodney appeared in the movie "UPHILL ALL THE WAY" starring Roy Clark, Mel Tillis, and Burt Reynolds and two of his songs are featured in the upcoming movie "PALO PINTO GOLD". Rodney was also one of the first songwriter's featured on the The Nashville Network (TNN) show "Country Today" and his first success as a writer came when MICHAEL JACKSON's sister, LATOYA, recorded two of Rodney's songs for her country album project, "From Nashville To You". His most recent success as a country writer can be heard on LEE GREENWOOD's latest CD, "STRONGER THAN TIME" which was released on CURB RECORDS. Lee delivers an amazing performance of Rodney's song, "ONE LIFE TO LOVE". Rodney has written with some of Nashville's top writers including DON GOODMAN (Angels Among Us, Ring On Her Finger - Time On Her Hands, Ol' Red) , DAVID POMERANZ (Tryin' To Get The Feelin' Again, The Old Songs) JAN BUCKINGHAM (Queen Of Denial, I Don't Mind The Thorns), 2 time Grammy Award-winner WAYNE CARSON (The Letter, Always On My Mind), RANDY THOMAS (Butterfly Kisses), DAVE RICHARDSON (At The Sound Of The Tone), BILL SPOONER (founder of the legendary rock group THE TUBES), PAUL MARTIN (former lead singer of EXILE) and Country Music Hall Of Fame member HANK THOMPSON.

Joel Swanson

Joel B Swanson was born in Pawhuska, Oklahoma, a small town nestled in the Osage Hills of Osage County. His family moved to Barnsdall where most of his adolescents was spent listening to the sounds, seeing the sights, and smelling the smells of the Petrolite Wax Plant that he lived near.

Joel grew up listening to beloved Tulsa radio superstar Jan Dean, and Lloyd Scott, as well as his father’s music collection of Jim Reeves, Hank Snow, Jimmy Dean and other pioneers of country music. Joel is a lifelong radio enthusiast, developing an interest for the technology around age 11. The young boy promptly started destroying home stereos during his attempts to build a radio studio and play DJ (much like Matt Bradley).

In 1989, at the age 16, Joel began his Tulsa radio career working for K95 on the weekends, his stay was brief as he moved to Norman to pursue his educational and mentoring desires (and boy did he get an education).

Following the tragic deaths of Trooper Matthew Scott Evans, and Oklahoma City Police Officer, Jeffrey Dean Rominger, in August of 2000, Joel became an ardent supporter of military and law enforcement. He was honored in 2002 by the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety, with the Chief's Distinguished Service Award, under the authority of Highway Patrol Chief Gary Adams, for his efforts in the founding of The Special Trooper Radio Fund in association with the Oklahoma City Community Foundation.

The fund placed several multi-jurisdictional radio transceivers in under equipped units, allowing for better communication between city and state officials. As a result of the September 11th terrorist attacks and an impending "war on terrorism" Joel enlisted in the United States Army, in January of 2003, and proudly served in the Military Intelligence Corp as a Signals Analyst and Assistant Protocol Officer at Buckley Air Force Base in Denver Colorado.

Following his Army days he returned to Oklahoma to spend time with his ailing father and arrived back to 71st and Yale in August of 2007, as a senior producer and fill-in voice talent. Joel now enjoys supporting theatrical arts, singing in the car and shower, traveling, and spending time with his best friend, at Grand Lake. With many adventures under his belt, Joel say's, "my life is more complete as I join the most wonderful and talented air-staff in radio, playing Today’s Best Country on K95.5FM." Visit Joel's Groupie Page on Facebook.

Natalie Cash Bio

Natalie Cash:

 I won't bore you with my life story.... ok maybe I will, just in case inquiring minds want to know, and because I like to talk. WELL, I guess I'm typing...First of all, I'm all over the place, a little ditzy, but college educated.  So here's a little about me.

  On July 10th, 1978, I was born into a family of teachers.  My funny, cool dad was a football coach/ Oklahoma History at Owasso and my beautiful mom was an educator as well, teaching first and second grade at Owasso Public Schools.  I thought I was destined to play sports because well, that was what I was supposed to do right?!?!?  It's all I did growing up. 

   I did play basketball and softball in college at Oklahoma Baptist University, but once I was finished learning, I headed south to Dallas, TX!  I loved it there and this is where I began my radio career.  In the back of my mind, I always wanted to be the next Oprah, Ellen, Larry King...basically, that person to talk and entertain people.  I heard Oprah started in radio so I took my happy self into a honky tonk station (shout out to KHYI) saying I would work for free. 

 That experience then sent me west to Las Vegas (KWNR), by the way, not working for free.  I've loved every single experience in radio and honestly, it's never felt like work.  My journey in Vegas was amazing!  I attended a ton of red carpets, meting celebrities, been to several award shows like the ACM's and the AMA's, but I think Dorothy says it best, "there's no place like home". 

  No matter what cool event I attended there was always something missing... my family, my church, and did I say family!  I guess you never realize what you're missing until it's really not there... and in Vegas, family was nowhere to be found.  I have an older brother named Ryan, who to this day keeps me grounded. I have a sister-in-law who went to Union, and the most beautiful niece named Sophia Grace. 

  All of these things have made every part of this move back to T-Town so worth it.  I've always been in love with Tulsa and couldn't ask for a better community to live around.  Since moving back, I moved back in with my amazing mom and now that I'm older I can say I love my time with her, I have a ton of family still in Owasso, like my aunt and uncle, Fleeta and Ed Sunday, all my cousins who I love dearly, and even my Uncle James in OKC, oh and we can't forget about my Uncle Baldy!  OKAY, OKAY, I know, enough about family. 

  Can you tell I'm glad to be back?!?!? I feel so blessed to be working with Jim Carey too.  This guy has more passion for radio than my dog Charlie has for his bone I just handed to him.  Thanks for listening and letting me do what I love every morning!! 

Jim Carey Bio

Jim Carey:

Hi, it’s Jim Carey from the Cash and Carey Most Music Morning Show and I’m proud to say I’ve been around the world and haven’t made it back yet! I was an Army brat and we moved 7 times by the time I was in 7th grade. The greatest lesson I learned from moving was I needed to be confident in who I was and always open to meeting new people . That’s why I’m excited to move to Tulsa . I figure there are a few hundred thousand people here I can meet.

I love my kids,  Alex and Abby, and God blessed them with a great Mother (not to mention an awesome Wife!). Tracey and I met while working in Columbus, OH. You know how they say, never date anyone at work because it can turn out bad? Well, I figured I’d better marry Tracey before things had a chance to go downhill. We’ve been married 14 years and have two wonderful kids. FYI... they’re twins. Now, having said all these wonderful things about my wife and kids I have to be honest...the glue that really holds my family together is my dog, Casey. She’s a 10 year old American Fox Hound, 100% All American Mutt! Her greatest trick, and only trick, is she can sing along with Garth Brooks, Friends in Low Places. 

A few accomplishments I’m proud of... being a youth group leader... raising $1.5 million for the Children’s Miracle Network... and becoming a school bus driver. I was unemployed for 11 months and decided I needed to do something other then collect government checks. So I applied to be a school bus driver! I was known as the “Cool Bus Driver”. I never drove the same route twice because I was a substitute driver. Everyday there would always be a driver who’d called in sick or had an appointment. So everyday I was handed a sheet of directions and told to go pick up or drop off a bus load of kids. Honestly, I was scared to death, but after I got the hang of it I was pretty darn good. And after close to 20 years of doing radio I had to push myself to learn and excel at a new skill. Outside of radio, this was the first new skill I learned since college. I’m proud of what I did. Proud of not only learning something new, but standing up and being a Man for my family when they needed it. That’s a good feeling and I’m glad God gave me the challenge.

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Mark Evans Bio

I have been a fan of country music all my life. Radio has been my home for the last 24 years and I can't think of anything I love more. It's a pleasure to come in each night and play great country music for you. I hope you enjoy your visit to our all new web site. We have some great features. E mail us anytime, it's your radio station. Some of my favorite artists are Merle Haggard, Gary Allan, Joe Nichols, Sugarland, Little Big Town, Asleep At The Wheel and all things Strait. thanks for listening to K95.5FM

Matt Bradley

First thanks for stopping by to read about me. I'll try to keep it entertaining for you. I am a Tulsa boy. I was born right down the street from the radio station at St. Francis Hospital. I lived over by the fairgrounds until I was 12 (in a haunted house!). We then moved to the north side near Apache & Yale where I killed my first man. (That intersection brings back fond memories of when we (cousins Troy, Jason & Ryan) used to use a 3-man water balloon launcher to throw water balloons at the people coming out of the bar that was there. That was fun.) I was probably 11 or 12 when I figured out I wanted to work in radio. I used to sneak out of class while at Nathan Hale High School to go hang out at the radio station. I'm doing exactly what I wanted to do. I had given serious thought about going into the military and wound up married instead. A good trade that I wouldn't change, but I still feel I missed out on that experience. Yes, I'm married and have 2 kids, both a son and daughter. I have 2 brothers and a sister. I spent most of my summers "down on the farm" in Lost City, OK. You know the place right outside Hulbert. Oh, am I boring you now? Well, let's see. When I turned 16 I ran over the menu at Sonic in Claremore. Think about that. The menu is on a post next to your car. I twisted that thing in circles and then sped off as the manager chased after me while shaking his fist. So anyway, back to me, I now live in east Tulsa. I have a thing for trains. I can't really explain it. My Mom says that from the moment I could talk I was acting like a train and any toy I had I would turn it into a train. I've always wanted to jump into the cab of a locomotive and blast the horn. I figure one day I'll get my chance.

To know me is to make fun of me for my love of Star Wars! I am a geek and am proud of it! I still buy comics (graphic novels) and attend sci-fi conventions. The next time Trek Expo rolls into town, I look forward to meeting my fellow geeks!

My wife has recently become a NASCAR fan. This is a strange development for me. I've never been a big fan even though my Dad once raced. She keeps track of stats and points and for some reason has this natural hatred for Tony Stewart. If he comes on TV selling a sandwich or something, she'll start yelling at him. It's scary. I usually stay out of the living room until the last few laps then I come in and pretend that I care.My daughter is 13 and is a book worm. She reads books so fast we don't even bother buying them anymore. We just go to the library every other week. She is into texting and is really embarrassed of me. I like to pretend to be her and text her friends. It's always good for a laugh. I carry a shovel in the trunk of my car so I can quickly bury any boys who break her heart.My son is addicted to video games. He's 10 and is all about the Nintendo Wii and Playstation 3. He is a picky eater and is my payback.I was built for air conditioning! My Dad would have me and my brother help him in the summers on his trash route. That's right, I rode around on the back of a trashtruck. I am such a wimp though, that almost every morning I would start out the day by puking in some poor guys front yard. I always wondered what they thought when they left every morning with that strange smell coming out of their flower bed. That reminds me, I threw up in the flower bed at the radio station once. It was right where all the smokers stand and I heard all day they were grossed out. I was once producing a show and got sick on the air. I went into the hallway with the trashcan and exploded. I then returned and finished the show. Just recently I got sick here at Mix 96. I made it to the bathroom but not to the toilet. I was actually laughing as I threw up all over the wall. For some reason God gave me a warped sense of humor. I find humor in just about everything! Never ask me about cars. I do not know what goes on under the hood and I do not care. All I know is the oil needs to be changed and it takes gas to make it go! And go I do! I am a pedal to the medal, no nonsense driver. When I'm behind the wheel it's total go time. I will run you down if you're holding up the fast lane.Alright, you've read enough. You're free to go. If you want to yell at me for not answering the phone or just want to say hi, here's my email: matt.bradley@cox.net I check it all the time and would love to hear from you. Let me know if I'm playing your favorite song enough or let me know when you are sick of hearing one. It won’t matter but I will read your message.

E-Mail MattMTFBWY! ;)

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