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  • Every ship needs her captain, and Tom is ours. We're just thankful that there aren't any icebergs in South Mississippi. In addition to his duties as show host, Tom also can be found working for the Southern Miss Radio and TV networks as well as doing a little play-by-play from time-to-time for various area teams.


  • What can we say about Jones County's own Flyin' Bryan Hicks? The "hardest working man on the radio today" brings to the table dramatic readings from his colleciton of romance novels, sage advice in his "Ask FlyBry" segment, his weekly Box Office Bonanza and on occasion, spittle. Bryan also hosts ROCK 104's "Midday Shift."


  • After Jimmie Rodgers and Sela Ward, Andy is probably the most famous Meridian native. He joined the Pine Belt's Big Show during the summer of 2002 and has been affectionately called "the other guy" ever since.


  • Referred to as "The King of the Wild Frontier," Ben has been a staple on The Morning Crew Radio Show since its inception. He checks in daily around 7:45 with the latest fishing and hunting news, as well as recipes and the occasional "Outdoor Believe It Or Not."


  • Ms. Shirley Q checks in three times daily with her unique perspective, timely commentary and the occasional song. Oh, and she's liable to ask "how's your momma durrin'?"


  • From Eastabuchie on, Andy's "favorite uncle" phones in from the road. We're never exactly sure when or where, so just know you've been warned.



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P. O. Box 16596
Hattiesburg, MS 39404
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