Graduated C.E. Byrd High School 1963 and attended NSC Natchitoches before enlisting in the U.S. Navy April of 64 and assigned to AFRS, Rota, Spain. In 1968 Scott returned to Shreveport, LA and began a 40+ year radio career in Shreveport ,then to New Orleans,San Antonio, Fort Worth, Los Angeles, Dallas, Seattle and then news director at WOR-FM New York, NY.
In 1993 Scott developed the award winning Farm Bureau Radio Network. In 2010 Scott was, inducted into the Texas Radio Hall of Fame. Scott now provides news on The Greatest Hits of All Time 9.57 weekday mornings 6-1o. You may reach Scott at 318-687-2823 or 318-469-8739
Bobby Ray has been a Rock-N-Roll Radio Announcer since 1981, when he began his career at a little AM station in Central Florida. Bobby has been on the staff at The Greatest Hits of All Time since 2002, and can be heard every weekday from 10a-3pm, and 11a-3p on Saturdays.
Bobby is the host for the “All Request Café” weekdays from Noon-1pm, and enjoys getting to know his listeners while playing their favorite songs, and giving away great prizes! Bobby is married to his High-School Sweetheart of 30 years, Shelley, and resides in South Shreveport with daughter Jessica, son Zakery, 2 cats and a dog. As a family of animal lovers, the pet population changes often, since no one can turn away a stray. Bobby is an avid guitarist, enjoys camping, cooking, gardening and reading when he’s not playing the hits!
J.J. was born in the back room of a 1000watt radio station in South Carolina on a cold, ...dark night. He has been on the radio all over the country entertaining listeners trying to get “this radio thing right.” He loves all types of music with a special affinity for rock, classical, jazz, bluegrass, r & b, and reggae. Around the studios and offices at 95.7 "The Greatest Hits of All Time," it’s usually J.J. that everyone comes to for the answer to that impossible musical trivia question. The man is walking database of musical knowledge. Oh yeah, they all come to J.J. as their very own personal “spell check.” When J.J. is not checking out new music or bands, he loves reading, watching Historical documentaries and Christian apologetics. Yes, it’s true he’s a Jesus-Freak and will discuss that with you if you’d like. J.J. has been married to Chrisy for nearly 40 years..I know what you’re thinking and it’s true; the woman is a Saint! J.J. has 2 children, Christopher and Emelia, but wait, there’s more….. 2 grandchildren, Emma and Rylan, too. Let’s not forget J.J.’s furry four legged kids..Beau-Beau, the Labrador, Dixie, the Australian Shepherd, and BearKat, the mixed breed Tabby, and over all ruler of the “O’brien Shire.”
In 1990, the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce honored Charlie with his own Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, January 10, 1990. Charlie was the first "Boss Jock" to receive a Star on the Walk of Fame, and was inducted in 2008 into the National Radio Hall of Fame. He was inducted into his home state Nebraska Broadcasters Association Hall of Fame in 1999. Charlie Tuna has worked as morning drive personality for more stations and formats than almost anyone in radio history: Top 40, AC, Hot AC, Oldies, Talk, Sports Talk, Country, and now playing THE GREATEST HITS OF ALL TIME ON 95.7!
Charlie was heard around the world daily on the Armed Forces Radio Network for a 25 year - 6000 show run from 1971 to 1996, as well as on numerous nationally syndicated radio shows, since the early 70's. In addition to his radio work, Charlie has hosted Cinema, Cinema, Cinema for the past 30 years, an internationally syndicated TV show, featuring the top movies in America each week with clips from the films. Charlie added host duties for another internationally syndicated TV show 2 years ago "Inside Hollywood", which also focuses on the week's top films. Tuna has also been the announcer for the television game show Scrabble which ran for seven years on NBC, and a dozen other TV shows ranging from the Mike Douglas Show to America's Top 10 with Casey Kasem. Charlie has also raised nearly 2 and half million dollars for Children's Hospital in L.A. with his annual "Tunathon" in past years, hosted the red carpet and emceed the Revlon Run/Walk for 5 years, and emcees the annual 4th of July Warner Park in Woodland Hills celebration which attracts annual crowds of over 50,000 spectators.
Hey it's Derek James and it's great to be back on the Greatest hits of all time 95.7. I'm proud to say that I was born and raised in God's country of Blanchard. I am fortunate enough to have simply an amazing family. My wife Jenny is the most patient and loving person in the world. No dad could be prouder than I am of my oldest son Corey. (hard to believe he's 23). My youngest is Jon-Dakota whom is 5 and starting school here in Blanchard. (please pray for his future teachers!) I've been blessed with him as well! In my spare time, (what is there such a thing?) I enjoy hunting and fishing. I've done radio for over 20 years, I'm very proud to have the chance to work with Larry Ryan and the gang, Bobby Ray, J.J. Obrien and Slick Spencer. Can't wait to see you on the radio again soon!!!
Courtney is a proud Ragin’ Cajun alumni with a BA in Mass Communication. She began her career in television, but eventually switched over to the dark side. Courtney is somewhat of a musical nerd, knowing random facts about music that most other people never even dream of…her first research paper she ever wrote in 8th grade was on the history of rock & roll…(if that tells you anything) She also helps JJ host Kickin’ Back The Covers on Thursday afternoons. In her spare time, she travels to music festivals in her psychedelic school bus with her music-loving hippie troop. If there is a festival within driving distance in the Tri-State area, Courtney is probably there!
Jay is an internationally recognized authority on the music and life of Elvis Presley. He brings Elvis "in the building" Sunday mornings @ 6 here on
95.7 THE GREATEST HITS OF ALL TIME ! Every week he entertainins loyal listeners with Elvis hits, rarities, trivia and interviews with those who knew him best. Jay and his listeners spearheaded a grassroots campaign that led to the release of the best-selling Elvis postage stamp. He's worked closely with Graceland, appearing as a guest host on QVC. He's reported and commented on Elvis events for TV, radio and print outlets worldwide. Jay contributed to Peter Guralnick's Careless Love: The Unmaking of Elvis Presley, Peter Whitmer's The Inner Elvis, and has been cited in numerous other Elvis books and publications; including Elvis & You, Roadside Elvis, Elvis World and Graceland Express. Jay narrated the hit DVD, Welcome Home Elvis. Jay & his wife, have two daughters and two dogs. In his "day job," Jay is a Financial Advisor with a major brokerage firm.
Joyce Chaisson aka Samantha Foxx is a seasoned on-air professional announcer who has dominated the airwaves since 1998 from Monroe to Shreveport Louisiana. Joyce graduated with a bachelors degree in liberal arts radio/television from Grambling State University.
This creole foxx is from southwest louisiana (rayne). She loves reading, surfing the internet and meeting new people. Samantha Foxx can be heard every Sunday from 10am to 3pm. Tune in for all of your favorite oldies.
*Born in Buttermilk Flats, Oklahoma.
*Quit LSUS college with a 3.5 grade point average (after only 1 college course).
*Found his way into the Shreveport radio business in the mid/late 70s.
*Is, often, heard saying "One of these days, I'm gonna get a REAL job".
.. The rest is History!
I was born in Muskogee, Oklahoma. That’s what they tell me, I really don’t remember. I grew up in a small town about 20 miles away from Muskogee, called Haskell small town-2,000 people on a good day. My life was changed forever on Christmas Day 1955, when I got a small trap drum set, and my first record player.“I loved music from the get go-all kinds. Mom was a member of the Columbia Record Club, so she’d order Broadway show tunes albums, my sister Nancy likes easy listening stuff, and was I ever surprised when my Dad came home one day with a couple of 45?s and a Bing Crosby 10?LP for me. I hadn’t even hit double digits, and before long I had more music than I could absorb. But I did. Every single note of it.
I got a guitar when I was 12, which coincided with the folk craze, so it was Kingston Trio, Peter, Paul & Mary, and The New Christy Minstrels. Then the Beach Boys, Beatles, and everything that was played on Top 40 radio. I loved it all! Even loved it when mom brought home Van Cliburn performing Tchaikovsky’s First Piano Concerto. My grandmother Goddard had Tennessee Ernie Ford’s “Spirituals” album, so that was a big influence too. When I was 16 years old I got tired of sacking groceries, so I got a job at the radio station in Muskogee hey, you could do that in those days! And free records!I got a job in Dallas, where I met another huge influence – Bud Buschardt. I remember meeting him at WFAA and he asked me if I wanted to see what 5,000 records looked like – sure, I said. It was there I discovered a record collector. They were all in specially built shelves, in green sleeves – all arranged chronologically – and Bud had a $50 yellow paperback book by some guy named Joel Whitburn. I was hooked. No more hodge podge, I got mine organized! And during the course of my radio career, I’ve had the opportunity to collect a lot of memorabilia and interview a lot of people. Lots of rare tapes, too but what to do with all this stuff?! Over 90,000 records, not to mention CD’s, and miles and miles and miles of taped interviews and studio outtakes. Seems a shame just to organize it, categorize it, put it on a shelf, and forget about it. Thanks to The 70s With Steve Goddard, I can share my lifetime of collecting with you. You don’t need to search it out, clean it up, organize it, categorize it, and build shelves for it, you just need to listen. That’s a pretty good deal! Tune in Sunday evenings 6-9 here on 95.7 THE GREATEST HITS OF ALL TIME !