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Boomer Staff Photo 

Kix Country Morning Show: 6am - 10am
Boomer came to the KIX 103 Morning Show about 4 years ago. He was "discovered" by station manager Sandy Sanford on local TV cable access channel doing a live TV auction fundraiser for the local Civitan Club in El Dorado. Troy Barrios plays "Boomer" on KIX 103 and is originally from South Louisiana. The self proclaimed "Cajun" graduated from Louisiana Tech University with a BA in Vocal Music. After college, Troy pursued a career in the oil industry with his family in Oklahoma. After working there for 10 years, he moved to South Arkansas. Boomer listed radio high on his list of things he has always wanted to do. "Now I am living La Vida Loca!" Boomer once shouted while dancing on top of his desk during the morning show.

Patrick Thomas

Patrick Thomas Staff Photo
10am - 3pm

Patrick Thomas first opened the mic at 107.1 KTLR in Terrell, Texas in October 1990. Since then, the 20 year radio veteran has been on staff at both commercial and listener supported stations in Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri and Arkansas including 90.9 KCBI in Dallas, and KWTO and the Clear Channel Communications cluster of stations in Springfield, Missouri.

Patrick has been with Noalmark Broadcasting in El Dorado since 2005. In addition to hosting middays on KIX 103, he is the Operations Manager of Noalmark's six stations. He programs KIX 103 and Rock 93 The Eagle in El Dorado, and Magnolia's Country 99.1 KVMZ and AM 630 KVMA in Magnolia, Arkansas.

His interest in sports has led to him serving as producer and analyst on the Ouachita Football Network (Ouachita Baptist University Tigers) since 2008, and as the voice of the Smackover High School Buckaroos on 106.5 KELD. Patrick keeps up with Arkansas Razorback sports, and Missouri State University Bears basketball, but his passion is NASCAR.

J. Randal Harvey

J. Randal Harvey Staff Photo
7pm - Midnight
J. Randall Harvey always thought radio would be fun. So, 33 years ago, he began a career that became his life long obsession. Working Top 40 stations for the majority of his radio time, he has been on the air in Wichita Falls Texas, Hot Springs and Little Rock, Arkansas, his hometown Shreveport, Louisiana, and beyond. To him there is nothing better than when someone comes up to him and says something he did on the radio made them laugh, think or take action. In the words of J. Randall Harvey "Life is too much fun not to enjoy it." He also loves quarterback Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints.

Blair Garner

Blair Garner Staff Photo

After MidNite: Midnight - 6am

Blair Garner is the host of After MidNite with Blair Garner. He's one of the most successful air personalities in the country, winning the Academy of Country Music's On-Air Personality of the Year award in 2004 and the Academy of Country Music's National On-Air Personality of the Year award in 2006, and he has been nominated countless times for others, including the prestigious Marconi Award and for Nationally Syndicated Air Personality by Billboard. Over his career, Blair has worked at several popular stations across the country, including stations in Dallas, Washington, D.C., Houston, New York City and Los Angeles. Blair is the youngest of three boys raised by Gary and Mariellen Garner. His father was the director of the West Texas A&M University Band in Texas for 38 years. His oldest brother, Brad, followed in Gary's musical footsteps and teaches at the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music in Ohio, and at The Juilliard School of Music in New York. Blair's middle brother, Bryan, is a lexicographer in Dallas. Don't worry, Blair didn't know what it meant either. Actually, Bryan is a leading scholar on legal writing, and has several books published by The Oxford University Press. In his free time, Blair collects cars. At any given time, he usually has six to fifteen different cars ranging from Porsches and Ferraris to classic Cadillacs and Chryslers. Blair and his family reside in the Los Angeles area. When asked about his amazing success, Blair quickly credits his parents. "My parents taught us all two very important lessons: First, my father taught us that if we were going to make a mistake, make it as big and loud and hairy as you possibly can. Commit yourself to it. If you're timid, you'll never reach the brass ring. Don't be afraid to fail. Secondly, my mom always told us that we were special. We could do anything we could dream. When you add those two lessons together, the results can be pretty powerful."
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2525 North West Avenue
El Dorado, AR 71730

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