104.9 The Hits Air Personalities

Glenn Edwards Mornings 6am-10am
Glenn Edwards I am a Lone Star State transplant – although my father was a native Texan, born in Lamesa south of Lubbock – for me, I was born in that far, far West Texas County called Los Angeles, California. I am just a Radio Guy – always have been and always will be. I have three loves of my life – one is radio, one is music, and the third is the most important – my greatest love, my wonderful Houston native bride Iloe. When I’m not playing Huntsville’s Real Music from the 60’s, 70’s & 80’s, I can be found at home listening to my vast music library and playing with my digital editor, but during the NFL season (I am a BIG NFL fan) you can find me in front of whatever game is on TV. Other likes include a rich cup of Columbian coffee with just a splash of cream. Lastly, I am so happy to be in Huntsville – in that this is where my wife and I plan on retiring.
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Brooke Addams Afternoons 2pm – 6pm
Brooke Addams
Steve Everett Evenings 6pm – Midnight
Steve Everett Time flies when you’re having fun and radio is all I’ve done.  I began my radio career when I was 15 years old at my hometown radio station…a station I eventually owned.   I was blessed to have owned 6 radio stations in the Texas Hill Country and West Texas, including Brady, Ballinger, Brownwood, and San Angelo.  I love radio and the experiences it has offered me, everything from being a teenage DJ, sports play-by-play announcer for Diamond Shamrock Sports Network, sales, and ownership.   An avid Texas Tech Red Raider, I have a super  wife, Dee,  four grown children and five beautiful , spoiled grandchildren (so far) and they are the greatest joy in my life. When time allows I love to travel, and enjoy life! My  hobby, other than work, is a good round of golf and anything chocolate.  As the saying goes, “LIFE IS GOOD!”
Larry Crippen News Director
My job is to tell your story. But first, since this is a bio, let me say some things about me. I was probably destined to be in radio. As a kid of fifteen in Dallas, I could often be found talking with other ham radio operators around the world.  Money from playing drums in rock bands as a kid often paid for my equipment. I’m still an active ham today. My education and training–broadcasting school, BA in Radio-TV & Film, MA in Literature, and graduation from an electronic school–has provided a good foundation. However, the hands-on on-the-air experience of twenty-something years in radio has taught me the most. My wife of 44 years and fellow Christian, Kathy, has been along for the adventure. My job now is to tell your story, and you’ll hear it daily in your own voice on the news.