Our shows

 

Show NameHours On AirDays On AirShow/Talent
Dennis and Nicole6:00 AM - 10:00 AMMonday - FridayDennis Bragg and Nicole Wren
Robb Reel10:00 AM - 3:00 PMMonday - FridayRobb Reel
JJ Quinn3:00 PM - 7:00 PMMonday - FridayJJ Quinn
Allie B7:00 PM - MidnightMonday - FridayAllie B
Dennis Bragg8:00 AM - 1:00 PMSaturdayDennis Bragg
Robb Reel1:00 PM - 6:00 PMSaturdayRobb Reel
Chris Wolfe8:00 AM - 1:00 PMSundayChris Wolfe
Allie B1:00 PM - 6:00 PMSundayAllie B
Talent Bios

Dennis Bragg

Dennis is a 4th generation Montanan who was born in Livingston, while his father worked at KPRK Radio. He has lived all over the West, following his dad into the radio, television, and later, Internet news business. Last year marked his 42nd year in broadcasting and 2017 will be his 40th anniversary of working in local news. During that time he worked in the Seattle region for various media outlets, including CBS affiliate KIRO, before moving to Western Montana in 2007 to become News Director for KPAX, where he is currently the weekday evening co-anchor with Jill Valley.

Dennis has many and varied interests and hobbies, including hiking and photography, boating, chasing Montana’s history, shooting sports, and spending time with his grandchildren in the Bitterroot Valley.

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Nicole Wren

Hey look at you bein’ all sweet and wanting to get to know me a little better! I’ll try not to bore you…

I’m a SoCal girl who has fallen in love with the PNW! (How can you not?!) When I’m not on the radio rocking your world (lol), you can probably find me with my friends doing something super cool outdoors. I try to live a pretty upbeat and healthy lifestyle that includes a lot of me-time #netflixandchillbymyself, scented candles and the occasional White Claw! (Any flavor!)

Let’s be friends! Follow along with some of my adventures on Instagram @nicolewrenradio and make sure you tag me in your own adventure photos!

JJ Quinn

I’m a fourth generation Montanan, born in Libby and raised in Missoula. I’m a University of Montana alumni, where I studied Journalism/R-TV production, History and vocal performance (yes, I can sing!) I have been on the radio in my hometown for 25 years now.  In fact, it will be 25 years on my birthday in 2017!  Lucky me!

I like pretty much every type of music out there and I’ve always loved radio. I used to call and bother the dj’s to play my favorite songs. And, I would listen late at night to whatever stations I could pick up, recording them on my cassette recorder and imagining that one day I’d be on the radio as well.  The best thing about it for me is laughing every day! Also, sharing information in the form of news and trivia. I love the “community” of a radio audience, and getting to know people and helping people through that community. Most of all I enjoy laughing, and making other people laugh.  The music is like icing on the cake.  It’s really the best job ever and I’m grateful for it!

Besides radio, I love to read and write essays and poems, I enjoy playing the piano, watching the Denver Broncos and San Francisco Giants, and I enjoy being outside in beautiful Montana! I appreciate a tasty beer and there are so many good ones to choose from!   And of course, I love spending time with the Milkman and our family and friends that includes four dogs (two large, two small) and a bird.

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Robb Reel

My life’s an open book but I’m pretty sure the novel wouldn’t sell.

I grew up in tiny Acton, Indiana, a one-horse town so small that the horse is a Shetland pony. I don’t have a family tree; I have ivy with all the steps and half-siblings. I was a little of everything growing up — athlete, brainiac, band kid, choir boy — all rolled into one. I am a graduate of Culver Military Academy and Butler University [Go Dawgs!]. I got my first shot on the radio at age 12 and have been hooked ever since.

I’ve lived and worked in a number of great places.  I have legitimately lost track of how many, but I love to travel so it’s all good.  I enjoy hiking, yet I’m also an Olympic-caliber porch sitter and bonfire watcher.  I love baseball, burgers, Bourbon, bacon, beagles, and lots of things that don’t start with the letter B.  Most of all, I love connecting with the real people in our community every single day.

Chris Wolfe

I was born and raised in Montana. Growing up I listened to the radio every day!  I mostly listened to Classic Rock. I wanted to one day to be on the radio and connect with people in a little room with a microphone. Thanks to all those jocks that put up with me hounding them to play my song or give me a t-shirt.

I eventually went to broadcasting school in Spokane, WA. I started in radio in Missoula in 1991, on a Top 40 station. I have worked every day part there is and have worked for Top 40, Oldies, Country and Classic Rock stations. The good news is I get to live my passion of being on a “Classic Rock” station. I am extremely lucky and grateful to be able to make a career in my home town on the radio.

I am a huge hockey fan (Go Blackhawks), best sport ever to watch live! I play the tenor drum in The Celtic Dragon Pipe Band, yes a bagpipe band, but of course I don’t play the bagpipes, just the drum!  I like a good beer, or even a bad one.  I have a thing for bacon and I dig Classic Rock. Thanks for listening and letting me be a part of your day!

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Brian Lee

Brian has been a radio personality for over 40 years and has actually partied with some of the bands played on the show!  However, it’s hard to remember most of what happened—“Sometimes I was lucky enough to be in the right place at the right time”.  Brian says it has been really cool to meet these musicians over the years and most of the time they are truly nice people…really down to earth.  “I used to have lots of spare time to catch a show!” Brian has also appeared in a few films including King Pin, Angels in the Outfield and Howard the Duck. Being an extra is a thankless gig!

Brian has worked in radio throughout the western states but Montana is home.  When he’s not on the radio, he loves to get outside no matter what the weather, look for new shows on Netflix or work on something in the garage…always a project of some kind.

Allie B

I studied theatre and film in NYC and have always had a deep passion for radio. I love learning new things every day. I’m an asset to any trivia team and speak fluently in movie quotes; if we can fit a few Simpsons quotes in there, even better! When I’m not searching for the best chicken wings in town, I’m usually improving my bowling or pool game or soaking up a good book. Need a recommendation?  Stephen King all the way!

My words of advice: You’re never alone if you have a good book and always accept a drink if you’re at someone’s house and they offer, it’s just polite.

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