We offer the best in local radio personalities! We live and work in the
community and love doing what we do!
are the only station in the area with local on air personalities. Our
live, interactive contests and remote broadcasts keep maintain our position
as an active part of our community. And when we arent busy bringing you
All Hit, All New music, we can be found volunteering in service organizations
such as Lions, Rotary and Boy Scouts along with volunteering at local
events such as Ukiah Idol, Anton Stadium and various other community supportive
on the DJ Bios below to learn more about our on-air personalities and
what made them the best in the area at doing what they do, which is bringing
you All Hit, All New music right here at 94.5 K-Wine.
Bill Steele is one of the most talented radio people most people in the
industry will every encounter.As Program Director and morning personality
he has guided K-Wine air sound through twenty years of evolution and growth.
Steele's understanding of music is encyclopedic. His highly refined sense
of humor is as big as his belt size. Bill's creative talents range from
conceiving and writing captivating commercials to performing perhaps 25
character voices. He speaks some of three languages. Bill Steele could
succeed in any radio market size but chooses to live in our beautiful
area. Click here to read what Bill says about
The lady with the sensuous
throbbing voice that rivets our midday listeners to K-Wine is DeAnn. She
is a mysterious multi-faceted lady with strong ties to our local culture.
DeAnn's smoky history on radio includes a period of night time jocking
on the K- Wine "Rock Show" in the 80 's, playing all manner
of disco, funk and blues based records that powered the charts and our
station's after-dark audience in those days. So she knows the music turf.
In fact, the first time she knew radio was her dream, says DeAnn, was
"The first time I heard "The Electric Prunes" on local
radio. Early influences she lists are Nancy Sinatra (then) and Bruce Springsteen
(now). Click here to read more about DeAnn.
K-Wine’s Afternoon Drive Time is the vehicle for Cherie Sharrock.
Her early years in radio were as Program and Music Director for the Mendocino
County Alternative radio station KLLK, were she worked from 1985 to 1993.
Leading up to her position as PD/MD, she wore about every hat possible
in radio including sales, production, on-air personality, PSA director,
and trafficking of commercials. Click here to
read more about Cherie.
Bay Area transplant, Jason Howard has spent what seems like a lifetime
behind a mic... but with a voice like that, where else would he be? When
he is not reporting the latest news, Jason can be found developing entertaining
and informative ad campaigns, shuttling his kids from one place to the
other or helping his wife out at their local hair salon. Click here
to read more about Jason.
There are still scratch
marks on Glen Steliga's childhood bed. Not from violence or such but from
the radio that hung there talking a young sportscaster off to dreamland
every night. Voices of Vince Scully and Bill King, play by play on the
Warriors, Kings, Giants and even the Bakersfield Renegades were little
Glen's lullaby. Click here to read more about Glen.
Bill's loveable sidekick
can be found sneaking into the studio to "Take Over The Airwaves!"
or being chased out of the K-Wine Commissary by The Big Red Garbanzo when
he puts his own special Mikey ingredients into the day's lunch. Somehow
he is always getting into mischief.. but we keep him around for comic
relief and someone has to take out the trash afterall! Click here to read more about Mikey!