My husband David and I live on "The Mace Place" and raise cattle for show. We both enjoy the country life but just wish that once in awhile we could get pizza delivery! I have 2 horses that I adore. My husband, well, not so much! He thinks all they do is eat and poop! (He's right, you know.) We have no children unless you count our dogs Tooter and Rowdy. Oh my GOSH they keep us going. You'll hear a lot about them on my shift.
A simple guy that enjoys the finer things in life. Things like cargo pants, manly flip flops, and sleeping without a top sheet. When not on the air, he can usually be found out in the sticks hunting whatever is in season, or shooting his mouth off on Xbox Live. Forever a fan of loud music, fat bottomed girls, and big ass guns.
HELLO PEOPLE OF THE WORLD! My name is James Meeks and I was born in the state of Mississippi. However I didn't stay there very long because my father was in the military. In fact couple years after I was born we moved to Texas. In fact my childhood years was spent mainly in the U.S and Europe. I lived in Europe for six years during my father's time in the Army. I used to be somewhat knowledgeable in German, but since I haven't spoken it or have heard it spoken in over 10 years I have pretty much forgotten all of it
I got my start in radio way back in 1995 while working for an oldies radio station. After knocking out a couple stations along my rock journey, I ended up at Banana 101.5 in 2001. For those that know me, know that I’m an extremely laid back person that loves to party and go to concerts. I have a son that I love to death, he is my world 100%. I love to bowl, play video games and hang with my friends. Here's a few things you may or may not know about me, I used to sing (terribly) in a band and performed at the Capitol Theatre in Flint in the early 90s, My ex-wife and family appeared on ABC's Wife Swap in 2007, I have a Bengal cat named Abraham Lincoln
Rock 'n' roll is in my blood! I began my radio career as a DJ at WSOU, Seton Hall’s legendary metal station. Even though I’m from the East Coast, I always wanted to find a warmer climate to call home. Fortunately for me, I wound up in Los Angeles where the beaches are beautiful and the sushi is delicious. I’ve worked alongside some huge rock stars like Dave Navarro and Henry Rollins, and I’ve interviewed a lot of my heroes. And now, I’ve landed the gig of my dreams, hosting 'Loudwire Nights' on radi