Hosts

Alex Degman knew he wanted to be on the radio since he was about 8 years old. He toyed with other career ideas, but always came back to radio. He started off playing music on his high school radio station, WGBK Glenview/Northbrook, at age 15. That was fun for a little while, but once Alex hit...
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Bo Matthews
Born at Misawa AFB in Japan, Bo Matthews is a proud Air Force brat. The desire to live close to His father who was stationed at Scott AFB is what brought Bo Matthews to St. Louis in 1988. His roots quickly grew and St Louis became his home. You may know him from his many years playing Country Music...
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Carol A. Daniel is first and foremost a mother and wife. She and her husband are the proud and exhausted parents of two sons, Patrick Daniel Jr., the computer whiz, and Marcus Isiah Daniel, the actor and comedian. Carol began her career at the “Voice of St. Louis” in 1995 as an anchor, reporter and...
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Charlie Brennan hosts the Charlie Brennan Show weekdays from 8:30 to 11 a.m. Brennan discusses issues, interviews newsmakers and takes listener calls. Best known for his passion for St. Louis, Brennan was named “One of the Most Influential St. Louisans” five years in a row by The St. Louis Business...
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Chris Hrabe hosts "Sports Open Line" on KMOX from 6pm-midnight weekdays, and contributes to St. Louis Cardinals and St. Louis Blues pregame and postgame shows. Hrabe joined KMOX in April of 2013 after spending more than three years as a host and reporter at WHBQ Radio in Memphis, Tenn. During his...
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For Debbie Monterrey, being behind a microphone has always been natural. And whether it was singing into the cord of a coffee percolator, interviewing her dolls, or handing out a neighborhood newsletter, the KMOX Morning Drive anchor has found a way to share her message. “I was always that person...
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Mark Reardon
Mark is the host of “The Mark Reardon Show” and “Total Information PM” on KMOX from 2 – 5 p.m. every week day. A Chicago native, he moved to St. Louis in 1979 and quickly became a Cardinals fan for life after the 1982 World Series. Mark started in radio when he was just 15 years old, and his answer...
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WHEN HIS ALARM goes off at 2:30 in the morning, KMOX News broadcaster Michael Calhoun sits on the edge of the bed and wonders, "What have I done so wrong in my life?" But by 5:00 o'clock when he's at the scene of a warehouse fire, a flood or with some political development-about to go live for a...
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Rush Limbaugh
When Rush is on the air, sparks tend to fly. Armed with a thorough knowledge and deep understanding of national events, he provides listeners with often times alternative insights into the day’s hottest topics. Rush tells it like it is (or at the very least, the way he sees it). And from all...
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He can smell burnt coffee from a quarter of a mile away. He stays up late, tracking the stories that matter to your community and to the world. He also believes breakfast should be served all day, every day. He is Ryan Wrecker, your host for Overnight America. He moved his family to St. Louis in...
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Tom Ackerman
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Tom Ackerman’s first gig behind a microphone came when he was a sophomore at St. Louis Country Day School. It was his first real experience in the press box, rifling through rosters, interviewing head coaches, and calling plays on the field as the school’s public address announcer. The games were...
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