Chuck Rowe

Chuck was born and raised in Philadelphia where he developed his passion for radio, listening to the many great stations from Philly and New York City.

He later moved to sunny Southern California, where his radio career began when he was hired by Metro Networks as a weekend traffic reporter for a number of stations in the market. In 2005, Chuck became the staff traffic anchor for KNX 1070 Newsradio, and kept Southern California commuters out of traffic trouble and also covered breaking news stories that included car chases, fires, floods, landslides and of course, earthquakes! He had some big shoes to fill in that position. The guy who had that gig before him, Jim Thornton, is now the announcer for Wheel of Fortune.

In September of 2007, Chuck packed up the family and moved to Indiana where he now resides with his wife and kids.



Rick Burton

Rick Burton has been on the air in every corner of the United States doing Country and Rock formats and on the nationally syndicated “Jeremy Show.” Rick also did nights on the legendary “Q102 Texas Best Rock” in Dallas, TX for 15 years. When Rick is not playing radio, he enjoys spending time with his wife Brenda and son Travis. Rick is an avid guitar player and can be found many nights playing with his band “Stone Cold Sweat.”



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Steve Baker

Steve knows what listeners want. They have decided to listen to Thunder Country 105.5 because they always hear the best country, and a show that keeps the music flowing.



Chaz Mixon

A 35 year radio vet, Chaz has been there done that as far as different radio formats. Right out of high school he sunk his teeth into college radio and quickly moved on to the legendary KZEW working in research, promotions, on air and music programming. Then moved on to classic rock, smooth jazz and unforgettable favorites and then a long stint doing network radio where he could be heard in all four corners of the states and even overseas in the Middle East among other places! Chaz has 2 boys in their 20's and likes to play that 12 string guitar, watch Showtime TV and movies and get outdoors as often as possible. Sports is a big player on the big screen at home too!