Andy St. John

Weekdays: 6:00am - 10:00am

I've been fortunate to have followed my childhood dream of being a radio broadcaster, despite the fact that my Mom & Dad wanted me to get into an honorable career.

I like to have a good time, realizing our lives are just a fleeting moment in the universe timespan. I've enjoyed bungee­jumping, skydiving and getting in the car to travel thousands of miles discovering and appreciating America.

As a die­hard Chicago Cubs fan, I hold it in my heart that someday it will happen! I just better be around when it does.



Randy Edwards

Randy grew up wanting to be a radio announcer. "I have been living my dream since the age of 20. I hope to keep going until I retire."

Randy is thrilled to be announcing on WBET. "I get to play the music that I love everyday. Does it get any better than this!"

Randy is a proud father of his son, Brandon, who is well on his way to becoming a physician!



Mike Stiles

I grew up and graduated from Sturgis High School in 1985 and then from Western Michigan University in 1990.

I started working at WMSH in 1992 as a part-time announcer and became a full-time employee in 1996. Since then I’ve been fortunate to be the host of different programs and currently serve as the News Director for True Oldies, 99.3 and ESPN Radio 1230.

I also have the great opportunity to do play by play sports for both WBET and ESPN 1230 during the high school football and basketball season.



Kevin Scott

My broadcasting career started out in November 1996, after verbally harassing the Program Director for five years, well they finally let me in.  Of course I was the Old guy at the time in the world of Part Time radio teenagers but managed to work myself up to a more regular gig.  And now I am extremely happy to be playing great oldies on WBET along side some truely great radio guys.  Finally after all this time 'I'm' the young teenager..well compared to Andy and Randy at least.



Tom Duke

From the time I could toss a ball into the air and hit it with a bat in my backyard on McKinley street in Bronson, I knew I wanted to be a play by play announcer. One of my fondest childhood memories is listening to Ernie Harwell call late night Detroit Tiger games on the west coast while slowly drifting away to sleep in the bottom half of our bunk beds.

A 1984 graduate of Bronson High School and 1988 from Central Michigan University, Tom owns a bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism and Marketing.

Radio has been and continues to be a fantastic and fascinating career!

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