ON-AIR

Mornings 5AM - 9AM

Bob & Sheri

Sheri Lynch is an award-winning broadcaster, the author of two best-selling books, and holds a Masters Degree in Social Work. Bob Lacey gave up the opportunity to be a big-time TV star, travel to exotic places throughout the world and be paid really, really well just to be radio partners and BFFs with Sheri Lynch.

Middays 9AM - 2PM

Middays with Tammie

No matter where I roam, I always end up back in Great Falls. Now I’m back with the people who taught me what to do and how to do it, and made me what I am today.

Afternoons 2PM - 7PM

Kim Martin

Born and raised in the Midwest (Go Pack, Go!), Kim moved to Montana in 1991 where she found herself in the radio industry. Later she got licensed as a Real Estate Broker and is currently a mortgage loan originator with Stockman Bank. In her free time, you can find Kim singing with her bands, Blackberry Jam or TOAST, fishing on the lake with her husband or just enjoying the scenery Big Sky Country has to offer. We’re happy to bring Kim back to the airwaves, afternoons on The River!

Nights 7PM - 12AM

John Tesh

Six music Emmys, two Grammy nominations, three gold records, seven Public Television specials and 8 million records sold. After more than three decades as an international entertainer, John Tesh’s recording and live concert career continues to thrive today.

Saturday 9AM - 2PM

David Lee

Hello Great Falls!

Sunday 5AM - 8AM

Connie Selleca

Golden Globe nominated actress and businesswoman Connie Sellecca is the host of this new, nationally syndicated, Intelligence for Your Health Radio Show.

Sunday 8AM - Noon

Jim Brickman

Brickman’s philosophy hasn’t changed since his 1994 debut album No Words burst onto the music scene. US radio launched the single “Rocket to the Moon” into orbit, making history as the first solo instrumental ever to land on the pop charts.

Sunday 3PM - 6PM

Nina Blackwood

Her voice and face are instantly recognizable as the iconic representative of rock and roll at a time when music was fun, and changed the world. As MTV’s very first VJ, NINA BLACKWOOD became the symbol of all things hip and culturally on-point for a whole generation who looked to her as the final word on rock knowledge and history.