Buzz Jackson (6:00am - 12:00pm eastern)

Buzz loves playing your favorite country songs and keeping you company on the radio. He’s won air personality of the year awards from both the Country Music Association and Academy Of Country Music, and in 2021 he will be inducted into the Country Radio Hall Of Fame in Nashville. When he’s not on the radio, you might find him riding his bike, or walking his dogs Archie and Levi in the neighborhood. His favorite movie is Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, and his favorite country artists are the ones you know by one name: Garth, George, and Miranda. Brad Paisley liked one of his twitter posts once. If given the choice between eating sushi for life, and eating tacos for life, he’d choose the tacos.


Shotgun Taylor (12:00pm - 6:00pm eastern)

Shotgun grew up on Long Island, New York, just outside Manhattan which makes him about as country as a bowl of spaghetti. He attributes his love of country music to his father who was a big fan of Hank Williams, Merle Haggard, Don Gibson, Patsy Cline, Johnny Cash and Ray Charles. “My dad only played country music on the Zenith Console Stereo in our living room; cranked it up loud too. Drove my mom nuts but I couldn’t get enough of it! I introduced him to Alan Jackson, Randy Travis, George Strait, Reba,  Alabama and The Judds and he loved those guys as much as he loved his stuff.” Shotgun’s an automobile enthusiast, Civil War buff and avid sports fan, especially football and has worked in radio on Long Island, New York City, Connecticut, Dallas, Nashville and Cleveland, Ohio.  


Al Farb (6:00pm - 12:00am eastern)

I’m a native Texan, born and raised in Houston, and pretty much as far back as I can remember I’ve wanted to work in radio. All of my friends and even my family call me a radio nerd, and I wear my title proudly!  My favorite artist of all time is The King, George Strait. I’ve had the pleasure of meeting him twice, the first time I met him I cried… and I’m not ashamed to admit it! My other favorite artists, in no particular order, include Garth Brooks, Tracy Lawrence, Clint Black and of course, Reba!  In my spare time, I enjoy giving back to the community, helping out with various non-profit organizations. I love supporting our First Responders and Military, and if I could I would adopt every animal on the planet!


Matt Hubbell (12:00am - 6:00am eastern)

Matt grew up on a pig farm in Upstate NY. By age eight he was playing DJ on his boom box and performing in plays for his relatives. At age 15 he landed an internship at WSCM in Cobleskill, NY.After two weeks of making coffee, running errands and board operating, Matt became just that, a “bored”operator... so one day he decided to turn on the microphone and start talking.Much to Matt’s surprise, the audience liked what they heard, and he was given his very first radio show. Since then, he’s worked at stations all over the US including stops in California, New York, and Tennessee (Nashville Ya’ll!).  Matt's entertainment background extends beyond radio broadcasting. He has appeared in motion pictures, commercials, print campaigns and on network television. He’s worked on projects featuring Tim McGraw, Nicole Kidman, Val Kilmer, Hayden Panettiere, and more.

Matt’s hobbies include: Playing trumpet, writing songs, and eating chicken wings.

He also LOVES all things country music!

Jason Archer

Jason is a graduate of Springs Valley High School in French Lick.  Jason began his career with Mix 95 in 1997 when he accepted a position as a part time producer. Since October of 1999 he has been waking you up the right way with Newscenter 95 each weekday morning. Starting at 6am, you can get up to date with the latest news, out the door with the Skywatch weather forecast and learn the latest in agriculture with the Brownfield Network. Jason also serves as Traffic and Production Manager for WUME-FM WKLO-FM & WSEZ-AM.

Dave Dedrick

Dave Dedrick is a graduate of Springs Valley High School and Vincennes University. Dave began his career at WUME in 1978. Dave serves as News and Sports director as well as working in Sales and On Air. He has received the IHSAA Distinguished Service Media Award 1995-1996 and was awarded the Indiana High School Baseball Coaches Association 2000 Media Award. Join Dave Dedrick and Newscenter 95 each weekday at Noon, 4 and 5pm with Southern Indiana's source for the best local news.

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Scott Reese

Gary Reynolds