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DANA HERSEY
 
CATHERINE BROWNE
A native of New Jersey (and therefore attached at the hip to Bruce Springsteen), and transplanted to New England many years ago with a few stops in-between, including New York to pursue a not-very-succesful acting career and Japan to pursue a slightly-more-successful stint as a dance and aerobics instructor (the Jane Fonda years - yes, I'm embarrassed). Most success so far: raising three lovely daughters, none of whom aspires to be an aerobics instructor. Currently hosting your midday from 10 - noon weekdays on North Shore 104.9 and playing Good Time Favorites!
KENT RICHARDS
Kent’s love of music, the entertainment industry, and electronics has made his 30+ years in radio less of a job and more of a fun hobby.  He’s also a big fan of most sports as a spectator & a player, keeps up on the latest in cars & planes, can’t get enough of any cool new technology or gadget, and loves to relax with a good book.   Kent’s especially proud of his four beautiful children and the exciting paths they’ve taken with their lives.    
JJ McKAY
JJ has been working in radio and television in a full or part-time capacity since 1977 when she graduated from Ohio University with a BSC in Radio/TV/Journalism. JJ enjoys doing mobile DJ gigs since she can engage the crowd in a live atmosphere & see everyone smiling while having so much fun!  She also loves spending time hanging out with her pets as well as hiking, alone or with her significant other.   
JAY FOX
For me it’s all about music, my greatest passion. I have collected music since I was 6 years old and studied it as well. I love to play the guitar, especially with other musicians. I have been married to my beautiful bride, Regina, for 29 years. When I'm not on the radio, I work with the Fire Department because I believe helping others is the most important thing I can do with my life. I also like to read books as often as I can get my hands on them.
SCOTT O'BRIEN
Scott literally grew two inches in one day at age 15, when doctors straightened a curve in his spine and took him from 5’11’ to 6’1’.  The extra height and his deep voice helped him land a radio job while only a high school junior.  By 20 he was on the air in Chicago.  Scott is into history and golf, books and movies, and music ranging from Steely Dan to Maroon 5 and Sinatra.  
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