Roger WWW Garrett has been a part of 98.3 KORA off and on since 1986. Together with Roy Gene Munse, Roger hosted Bryan-College Station’s #1 rated ROGER & ROY Morning Show for a number of years. Since the loss of Roy Gene, Roge has kept your mornings moving withhis own version of the local news and love for playing games with the “Question of the Day” and “Instant Contestant,” where inflection is everything! Away from the Microphone, Roger is the proud father of four girls. Sundays you will find Roger preaching as the lay pastor of The First Presbyterian Church in Calvert, Texas.
Hey Texas! I’m Corliss, a born and raised Kansas gal now living out the lifelong dream to work in Texas Radio! My love for music was instilled in me by birth whether it was from my father who long ago was a musician himself, or by mom who let me tag along to every country concert she could get ticket to. Before my high school graduation in 2008 I began my journey as a radio personality in Great Bend, KS. I later moved on to Manhattan/Junction City, KS to perform on my first Morning Show and continued south to Stillwater, OK in 2016.
My second passion next to radio is COMPASSION, especially for animals. Currently my boyfriend and I share our life with a beautiful Shar Pei/Rottweiler mix, Prudence, and our feline boys, Jude and Ringo. I couldn’t be more honored to share my work and my passion for both music and charity with the Bryan-College Station community.
“Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not.” – Dr. Seuss
Howdy! I’m Brandie Alexander – Fightin’ Texas Aggie Class of ’93. WHOOP! I was born and bred in Brenham, Texas where I was raised on good old fashioned country music. From early on my parents took me to the dance halls with them (that was allowed back in the day). The experience gave me a great appreciation for steel guitar, fiddle and the classics. It’s hard to beat a good two-step by Ray Price or Merle Haggard. It’s because of my deep rooted love for country music that I do what I do. There’s something to be said for waking up each morning and truly enjoying my job. In fact, when you look at it like that it’s not really a job at all. It’s a passion.
Rob Edwards has been on the air in Country radio for over a decade, starting on his 18th birthday in his hometown of Port Huron, Michigan. He made a couple stops hosting morning shows in Missouri and Illinois, winning awards in all three states before making it here to Aggieland.
If you like winning free stuff, Rob is the guy to call! He’s almost always playing some sort of game on air to give you a chance to score free concert tickets. Speaking of concerts, you never know what Texas Country artists will stop by the studio in the afternoon to hang out, tell some great stories and play some new music!
Off the air, you can usually find Rob eating ice cream, watching football, or playing games at home with his wife and two sons.
What’s up!? I’m Andrew! You can hear me in your radio weekday evenings! I was born and raised in Giddings, TX. I enjoy anything that has to do with sports (although baseball is the best), music, movies, and hunting. Some special skills of mine include being a fantasy football juggernaut (don’t believe me? Ask Rob), juggling, and being able to lick my elbow. Before I go, I just want you to remember 2 things: 1.) Matthew 19:26 and 2.) When it hasn’t been your day, your week, your month or even your year… I’ll be there for you.
Dr. Ron has worked in every aspect of Texas country music including playing in bands, running sound, booking and concert promotion and production. Most might recognize him as DJ, manager, and booking agent from the legendary night club, Texas Hall of Fame for over a decade. The transition to radio seemed obvious. In addition to hosting Texas Nation, he also serves as co-host for Rusty Baker’s Texas & Beyond Radio Show.