Tom Kent

Tom Kent

Thank you for listening to my show. I think radio should be fun and entertaining.
There’s the great music and then there’s the magic between songs.
When you and I talk, share a story and connect in a personal way, my hope is that it will be fun and engaging for you to listen to. Laughter has always been good medicine for the spirit so, hopefully as you listen you might actually chuckle or crack a smile every once in a while. It’s got to be fun, it’s got to be good and it’s got to be real!

In case you didn’t notice, I really enjoy what I do. I grew up in Winston-Salem, North Carolina and I’ve been on the air since I was 15 years old. It was my dream to be on the radio and nothing like needing a driver’s license was gonna stop me!


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