Weekdays 6a to 10a, Saturday 6a to 12p
Hollie Sexton grew up in the hills of Appalachia, beginning her radio career when she was fifteen years old at 100,000 watt station WQHY Q95FM. Hollie has won numerous vocal competitions, even flying to Las Vegas for American Idol auditions. You will hear Hollie singing at events for charitable organizations, MC’ing and broadcasting from community events. Hollie is a member of A.U.S.A., honorary member of the Central Hardin Fire Department, Honorary Dragoon, volunteer at the Hardin County Animal Shelter and Kentucky Colonel. She was honored to be a finalist in the Celebration of Service to America Broadcast Award. Hollie is the proud mother of a son. She is also a host on HCEC-TV, host and producer of the Boss Lady Coaching Podcast, host of the “She Started It” indie film panel for local middle school girls, and winner of the Fort Knox Gold Neighbor Award. Hollie is a University of Louisville senior in the Radio and Television Leadership and Learning department.
Weekdays 6a to 10a, Saturday 6a to 12p
Brian Walker spent 10 years in radio at a variety of stations and formats in Oklahoma, Arkansas and Kentucky before leaving the air – for good he thought – in early 2001. Brian returned to radio in the summer of 2016 for the express purpose of being a member of Team Quicksie! Some great things happened during his original run as a broadcaster. He truly believes the best was meeting and marrying his wife Donna. An Elizabethtown resident since 1996, Brian is a huge fan of music, movies and is full of useless trivia. The Walker kids, son Keegan and daughter Addison, attend Hardin County Schools and both are active in soccer and various school activities. As for Brian and Donna, they spend all their time being the parents of 2 kids who are involved in soccer and various school activities.
News Director, Sunday 7a “Community Forum”
Stephanie Murn joined Team Quicksie in the Fall of 2014. Stephanie graduated from Regent University with a Bachelor’s of Arts in Communication in 2012, and is the News Director for WQXE News. Born and raised on the east coast, she moved to Kentucky in 2010 and has felt at home ever since. In addition to hunting down Hardin County’s most important stories, Stephanie is a published author and has done freelance work for the Associated Press. She has been a part of numerous charity events and is a 2016 graduate from the United Way Fellows program. In her free time Stephanie enjoys spending time with her husband Jared, reading, and singing. She lives in Elizabethtown.
Weekdays 10a to 3p, Sunday 8a to 9a “Praise & Shine”
Scott’s first part time radio job was in November 1980 at WWKK in Radcliff, which then lead to a full time position in the summer of 1981 at their sister station WSAC. In addition to his full time job, he also worked weekend shifts from 1983-1985 in Louisville at WRKA, and then 84 WHAS. In the spring of 1985, he accepted a full time job offer with WAKY/WVEZ in Louisville. After that, in 1986, he worked for WIEL in Elizabethtown (while working part time again for 84 WHAS on the side). By September 1987, he became Production Director at 84 WHAS for the next 21 years. In early 2008, Scott came to work at WQXE as Production Director, and he loves it! Scott says “WQXE is a great place with great people!” In October 2008, Scott married his beautiful wife Debi, and he says she is such a wonderful blessing in his life. They love movies, going to film conventions and meeting the folks both in front of and behind the cameras, plus, they love spending time with family and friends, taking long walks, swimming, bowling, and playing UNO.
Weekdays 3p to 7p
Adam was born in upstate New York, and from a young age he loved ‘tinkering’ and fixing things, and always imagined being in radio. In the mid 90’s he moved to the Dayton, Ohio area. By the early 2000’s Adam was attending trade school, and planned to attend college in Chicago for information technology, when he was inspired to change his career path by one of his teachers. So he paid his way through local college, and graduated in 2006 with a degree in Visual Communications, and married Jennie. In 2008 Adam and Jennie moved to Hodgenville, Kentucky where he began taking freelance graphic design work and volunteering as a board operator at a local church. Adam began volunteering as a camera operator and light programmer for First Christian Church in Elizabethtown where he earned the nickname ‘Master of all things light and sound’. By this point, he was freelancing graphic design, regularly hosting trivia and even the lighting designer for a few concerts. He believes in serving his church, family, and community. Adam and Jennie are the proud parents of three energetic kids. Truly a ‘jack-of-all’ trades, he looks forward to what the future holds at Quicksie.
Sunday 6a to 8a, 10a to 12a
Kelly Kirby is a native of Charlottesville Virginia. He is a mass communications major, minoring in business. Kelly is into social change and inspiring others to become the best they can be, by empowering and motivating them to believe that they can do all things that they put their minds to. Kelly hopes that worldwide inequality and oppression can be eliminated through the understanding and intersectionality of others. He believes in the “Dream” that Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. had and also believe that in order to fulfill that dream, we have to be willing to succeed by “Any Means Necessary” just like Malcolm X. Kelly thinks that it is important to help educate other cultures and ethnic groups.
Saturday 12p to 6p, Sunday 2p to 7p
Greg is happily married and he and his wife Jennifer are proud parents of 2 very handsome sons, Gavin & Garrett. Rumors that the marriage was arranged are not true; Jennifer actually chose to spend the rest of her life with him! Greg enjoys camping in his spare time (we are not sure if he actually has any spare time) and when he’s not out playing in the woods, you can find him running the streets with the local running club. Greg also uses his talents as a member of many local boards and committees, like The Elizabethtown Police Foundation, The American Red Cross Advisory Board, Hooray For Heroes Festival Board, United Way Executive Board, United Way Marketing Committee, Hardin County Fair Board and and many more. He is a partner and owner of Central Kentucky Race Management. Plus, he’s in your kids’ classroom as a KLUE teacher With Elizabethtown Independent Schools! Greg also embedded with Fort Knox 3rd ESC soldiers during their humanitarian mission in Haiti in February 2010 and broadcasted live from the Army camp. Greg was honored as the Ft Knox Golden Neighbor Award Winner in 2013 and is truly an advocate for our military. Greg enjoys putting smiles on Quicksie listener’s faces. His philosophy: Laughter can’t cure everything that ails you, but it sure can’t hurt. Plus, it’s a lot cheaper than your HMO.
Saturday 6p to 12a, Sunday 11p to Monday 6a
Sunday 7p to 11p “Quicksie Love Songs”
Matt English spent the first 8 years of his working career behind a microphone at Quicksie 98.3. Matt started as weekends back in 1991, then grabbed the coveted Love Songs spot on the schedule while working nights … then middays … then finally morning host until 1999. Matt’s life is in this community having spent all but his first 10 years in Hardin County and is raising an amazing family – wife Melinda and kids Micah and Makena. Matt’s a big-time Star Wars and Marvel movie fan and can be seen wearing a Darth Vader costume on Halloween (and any other day if he feels like it). He also can be found screaming at his TV during football season – regardless of how his team, the Pittsburgh Steelers, are playing. Matt’s never been afraid of making a fool of himself on a stage either. He’s been the MC for hundreds of events in Central Kentucky and is owner/operator of his own DJ/Photobooth event businesses – http://www.impressparty.com and http://www.rockboxphotos.com. Matt left Quicksie 98.3 in 1999 to pursue other interests but is now back hosting our weekly LIVE request and dedication show, Love Songs, Sunday night from 7-11.