Stacey K & Jonah To Take Afternoons At New Country 92.3 St. Louis

New Country 92.3 WIL St.Louis Bud BroadwayHubbard Radio Country “New Country 92.3” WIL-FM St. Louis is importing ‘Stacey K’ Boyer and Jonah Griss-Bush to host afternoons.

The duo currently serve as morning hosts at Amaturo Sonoma Media CHR “Hot 101.7” KHTH Santa Rosa CA with Boyer also doubling as Program Director. With their addition current afternoon host Bo Matthews and midday host JT will split that daypart.

Hubbard Radio’s “New Country 92.3” WIL-FM St. Louis welcomes welcomes “Stacey and Jonah” to the afternoon slot, beginning in January, 2018. The duo replaces Bo Matthews and makes the move to St. Louis from Santa Rosa, CA, where they have hosted mornings on “Hot 101.7” KHTH-FM for the last six years. Stacey K Boyer also did double duty as Program Director of Hot 101.7, as well as co-hosting Mornings with Jonah Griss-Bush.

New Country 92.3 Program Director Scott Roddy said, “Hubbard is the platinum standard for live and local talent. While most radio companies are reducing local talent, Hubbard is adding diversity and experience to our stable of show hosts. Stacey and Jonah’s charm, wit and humor make them the perfect companion while sitting in traffic on Hwy. 40 during the drive home!”

Stacey and Jonah noted, “We are so excited to join the Hubbard family and the CMA Station of the Year, New Country 92.3 and the outstanding ‘Home Team.’ A huge thank you to Hubbard Radio’s Ginny Morris, Drew Horowitz, Greg Strassell, as well as Hubbard St. Louis’ VP & Marketing Manager John Kijoswski and WIL Program Director Scott Roddy for making this dream job possible. It is an honor to join a company that believes in people and talent, not to mention we can now wake up after the sun rises.”

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  1. galaga says

    If I’m not mistaken, their market manager in Santa Rosa was GM when WIL’s Scott Roddy programmed for Saga in Bellingham WA.

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