"Totally 90s" coming soon to Q102

Husband and wife radio veterans to host new Saturday morning program

The radio landscape in Western Kentucky and Southern Indiana is about to be transported back in time to the 1990s.  WQXQ (Q102 – 101.9FM) will be debuting a new show on Saturday mornings called “Totally 90’s.”  It’s co-hosted by two veterans of radio one of which has deep ties to Western Kentucky.

Michael Davis and his wife Casey Holiday have a combined 20+ years in radio.  Michael began his career after graduating from Muhlenberg North High School in Greenville in 1997.   His first “gig” in radio was at WMTA (1380 AM) in Central City, followed by WVHM (90.5 FM) in Hardin, Ky., WFMW (730 AM) in Madisonville, WVVR (100.3 FM) in Hopkinsville, WVLK (590 AM/101.5 FM) in Lexington, WLAC (1510 AM) in Nashville, and most recently at WKDZ (106.5 FM) in Cadiz, Ky.

Casey began her radio career while in high school at Blackman High School in Murfreesboro, Tenn.  She started out in promotions and on-air at WRVW (107.5 FM) in Nashville and continued work within the Clear Channel cluster in Nashville for some time.  She most recently worked at WFGS (103.7 FM) in Murray, Ky.  She’s continued to do voice-over work and commercial production from their home studio in the interim. 

The two bring a powerful dynamic to the airwaves having been married for almost 10 years and a relatable sense of humor.  With both Michael and Casey growing up in the 90’s (Michael growing up locally), who better to tell the story through music than these two?   The show will run from 6 to 10 a.m. each Saturday morning on Q102, as well as online and on Q102's mobile apps.  Michael and Casey will produce the show in their state-of-the-art home studio in Christian Co., Ky. and at the Q102 studios in Owensboro.  The show will tell the story of the 90’s through music and personality, relatable conversation about “Q102Land” and more!

The show's debut date will be announced soon.

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