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An excellent way to join the day with Amy on soundwaves. When not waking us up on Thursday mornings, Amy and her husband run Mountain Flying Services in Haines.
Since moving to the upper valler 30 years back, KHNS has been a major source of info. Back in those days of packing water and running a generator for power out at 39 mile, the times when we received a signal from KHNS was like having an “ear to the world”…it seemed like magic really.
So, at long last, it is high time to be a part of this sweet little radio station which truly has a life all of its own.
I’ve always loved music and pushing buttons..plus, my parents always told me I had a face for radio. I moved to Skagway in 2001 and got involved with KHNS in 2006. I truly am living the dream.
Self declared segue junkie. He can’t listen to a song without searching for the perfect tune to follow it. His weekly morning show is rambling, eclectic assemblage of sound which, on a good day, fits together seamlessly. He also gets to MC History Talk, which puts him under pressure to remember all those dates he forgot in high school.
Currently the Haines Director of Tourism, Leslie has served in most staff positions at KHNS over the years and is now one of our most skilled volunteers with a penchant for Jazz. Listen for her when the tourism dies down this winter.
When I moved to Haines in 1987 I started hosting Swing Shift on Monday nights, which is now All That’s Jazz and stepped in as a DJ for any show whenever the opportunity arose. I love all kinds of music and KHNS in particular, the best radio station in the Universe!
Steve worked with KHNS in pretty much every capacity, from offering his help as a volunteer to working as Program Director. His vast music knowledge meant his shows were interesting and fun to listen to and a popular feature of KHNS.
“Good Vibrations” was my first volunteer show at KHNS in 1983, and in the ensuing years I’ve happily hosted every live show on the schedule, including programs near-forgotten like Soulful Shack, Matinee, Tsunami Warning, and Songs of Praise. It’s been my honor to bring a fraction of our incredible collection to the airwaves.
Have been a DJ with Terra Incognita for nearly a decade, and my enthusiasm for World Music increases with every show. The greatest part is sharing it– it’s a privilege.
Am a constant explorer, keeping a sharp ear open for rare and unique sounds from around the planet.
“A longtime fan of locally produced radio, and any good music that’s a little quirky, regardless of the genre.”
AKA The Shovel.
I’m Sarah Roark (aka”Roarkabilly”) typically hosting spring, fall and winter when I’m not working with Fish and Game. I work at 33 Mile during most of the year and live at 18 mile all of the year. when I first agreed to a country show a few years back, I had to ask my friends for names of some country artists, that’s how green I was.
Playing all manner of Hick, Hillbilly & Honky Tonk with some Rockabilly, Folk, Bluegrass and Singer Songwriters rounding out the mix.
I Love the outdoors and sometimes wintering in a Mexican hacienda . I’m training my cat to snowshoe . She hates getting her paws cold. Love new, old, traditional, alt, & bluegrass, but especially jam band country music. Author of Alaska Journal — A Cyclist’s Adventure Tour in SE Alaska (1993).
Since arriving in Haines in ’91 and Skagway in ’96, the land and the communities of the Upper Lynn Canal has been his home and passion. Ever a fan of music of all flavors, Mark has hosted the Flashbacks and Freshtracks show on Fridays for four years, playing everything from funk to punk.
Since she started working at KHNS in 2007, Nash has pulled over 1,000 hours worth of air shifts. She has dj-ed every show on the KHNS schedule and loved every second of it. Music. It rules. Her least favorite recurring DJ nightmare is the one where all the controls are too far away and her voice won’t work.
I came to Haines and KHNS in the summer of 1989, having DJ’ed since ’86 at a couple other stations down south. Addicted to mixing a smooth flow drawn from the vast cosmos of music, I’ve enjoyed spinning a variety of genres over the years, with a special fondness for world music, which I slip into shows wherever possible.
Music is alive and continues to fascinate me with its power to create deeply felt moods and attitude. I usher in Mondays with a flirty mix of softish rock and soulful blues with hopscotch genre suprises here and there. Haines has been my year round home since 1994, keeping me on a short leash with its mountain spring drinking water, local radio station, library, art scene,picnic spots, fishing holes and secret gardens.
One our tech savvy summer volunteers, Eli attends Brown University where he is discovering life on campus. Well-traveled and easy-going, Eli also volunteers for the Haines Library and the Takshanuk Watershed Council.
I started hosting shows in 1999, living in Haines for ten years and now a full-time resident of Skagway.I love music and giving back to my community which, to me, is all of the Upper Lynn Canal. I believe that to make this world a better place, we should touch those around us in a positive way…what better way than music!
Cowboy Doug done growed up in England, with his Maw and Paw playing Jim Reeves and Glen Campbell to him from an early age. After brief flirtations with indie music and hip hop, he first came to Alaska in 1997 and the love affair with Country music began again, this time with a twanging vengeance. Cowboy Doug is proud to bring the English brogue to the American airwaves of KHNS. As the Upper Lynn Canal has experienced, he has a tendency to talk rubbish and laugh at his on-air mistakes. These are many, but apparently tolerated by by his generously affectionate audience. Yee-haw, indeed.
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907-766-2020 in Haines
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