Alana Lynn is the co-host of the WOW Country Morning Show with Randy Scott. You can say Alana caught the radio bug in the womb and has now turned it into her passion. Having grown up with her dad getting up in the early morning hours, Alana knew early on she wanted an 8:00pm bedtime and a 2:45am wake-up call. Attending both the University of New Mexico and University of Oregon, Alana earned her degree in Broadcast Journalism and Anthropology. Eventually, she decided to go East of the Mississippi to the lights of New York City, where she was on the staff of “Good Morning America
Randy grew up in a small Kansas town where his high school mascot was a piece of farm machinery. You could say he was destined to work in Country music. After college, his radio career took him from Country stations in Wichita, KS to Seattle, WA, where he co-hosted the number one morning show at the ACM Major Market Station of the year. After marrying the love of his life and having two beautiful daughters, Randy started looking for a more family-friendly community to raise his kids
I have lived in the Treasure Valley most my life, and I love it. We’ve got great people, breathtaking scenery, myriad forms of recreation, amazing sunrises and sunsets…it’s the perfect place to raise a family! I’ve been married for 20 years and have 2 great kids, Rachel, who is 10, and 22-year-old Quinn. I’ve been in radio since I was a junior at Boise High School, with this group of stations (starting on K-106, as it was called back then)
Lorianne Crook and Charlie Chase have been the go-to source for country music news and entertainment for 30 years now, reaching millions of fans not only in North America, but around the globe. Each week, they host the syndicated radio program, THE CROOK AND CHASE COUNTDOWN, airing all across America. You can also catch their weekly hour-long tv show CROOK & CHASE in more than 130 cities nationwide. Since teaming up in 1983, Crook and Chase have been involved in the production of television and radio programs on a continuous basis, making them one of the longest running broadcast duos in the business. Th
Zizly was born in Chihuahua, Mexico and grew up in the small town of Coalinga, CA. After High School, she attended San Francisco State where she received her Bachelors degree in Broadcasting and Electonic Communications. She always dreamed of being a news reporter, but fell in love with the radio industry and began pursuing her career when she moved to Boise,ID in 2012. In April of 2014, Zizly was promoted to host WOW Country's work day broadcast
A native of the Treasure Valley, Mike knows what it means to be a local Country boy. Upon graduation from Kuna High School in 2003, he joined the US Marine Corps as a field radio operator. Though Mike loved being a Marine and serving his country, he chose to pursue a Communications degree at Boise State. In 2009, Mike began his radio career behind-the-scenes as a Promotions technician for all six Peak Broadcasting stations. Shortly after joining the Promotions team—setting up for events, supporting live remote broadcasts and interacting with station listeners—Mike was given the opportunity to be the late-night Sunday host on WOW Country 104
Jesse was born and raised in the Boise, Idaho, and began his radio career in 2007 doing promotions for Peak Broadcasting stations. He got a chance to do the on-air night shift on WOW Country and did so well with listeners that Jesse became the host of the work day show. In April of 2014, Jesse made another move to become the afternoon drive host on WOW. He can be heard every week day from 3-7pm.