Randy grew up in a small Kansas town where his high school mascot was a piece of farm machinery. You could say he was destined to work in Country music. After college, his radio career took him from Country stations in Wichita, KS to Seattle, WA, where he co-hosted the number one morning show at the ACM Major Market Station of the year. After marrying the love of his life and having two beautiful daughters, Randy started looking for a more family-friendly community to raise his kids. That’s how he decided to move to Boise and team up with longtime friend Alana Lynn to wake up the Treasure Valley on WOW 104.3.
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