Bobby is the self-deprecating host of The Bobby Bones Show and The Country Top 30 Weekend Countdown, but this true Arkansas boy has a lot more going on than just doing radio from 5a-10a every weekday (which really is already a full-time job).He (literally) doesn’t sleep at night, but during the day he moonlights as a New York Times Best Selling Author for his first book, Bare Bones: I’m Not Lonely If You’re Reading This Book. He’s also one-half of the comedy duo The Raging Idiots (with Producer Eddie), where they have raised MILLIONS. Yup, MILLIONS for charity and racked up a couple milestones of their own: No. 1 Comedy Album and Top 5 Country Album for The Critics Give It 5 Stars.Oh, thought that was it? Nope. He’s also going on his first ever stand up comedy tour – Funny and Alone. And somehow he finds time to tweet typos daily, post like 15 instagram posts, snapchat the most ridiculous things and cuddle his dog, Dusty.

Amy is our resident “healthy person” on the show. She drinks green smoothies daily, makes her own deodorant and walks with her arm weights regularly. Now she’s gonna share her tips, recipes and stories from her life!

I’m the co-host and self-proclaimed MVP of The Bobby Bones Show. In high school, I was kind of a big deal and was voted Prom King and Class Clown. I’m 3 hours short of a college degree from University of Texas at San Antonio.My lifelong dream was to be on The Real World. Instead, I settled for a spot on Jerry Springer and an extra role on Friday Night Lights. I continue to play in recreational soccer leagues in hopes I will be called up to the USA national team. Basically, I’m a little kid trapped in a grownup’s body.


Mindy was born and raised in the Midwest, but made East Idaho her home when she was in her mid 20’s.  She began her radio career in college, loved it then, and still loves it now.  Her and her husband, Greg, have 4 children, 2 dogs and a cat.  She enjoys the great outdoors, and takes advantage of the beautiful country we live in camping and trail riding.  Mindy also enjoys a good book every now and then, baking, home improvement projects, and spending as much time with her family as possible.  She also admits that she has happily accepted her OCD –  obsessive chocolate disorder.


I’m a family man first and foremost.  My whole world is my little family.  I’m married to the love of my life and have 2 little girls and a boy!  I’ve spent the last 13 years working in Country Radio and love the music, but I will admit that I am a country convert.  I moved back to my home town of Rigby after working in Salt Lake for 10 years… I consider myself very lucky to be able to do the job that I love in the place that I call home.  I’m a graduate of BYU-Idaho and served a LDS mission in Zurich Switzerland…  I was once giving the award of a man of 1000 voices, but most of the time all I really get is my wife to roll her eyes.  Still, I want to do what I can to make people smile, and I try to do that every afternoon on River Country.


Shawn Parr is no stranger to Country radio. Before joining NASH Nights Live, he was the voice of KKGO after spending years at the Los Angeles powerhouse KZLA. He has also been the voice of Dick Clark Productions for the past two decades, and his work includes announcing the American Music Awards, the Golden Globes, and the Academy of Country Music Awards.


CMA Award-winning personality, Kix Brooks brings his Louisiana-native “life’s a party” attitude to Kickin’ It! Kix highlights his stories, industry insight and trademark sense of humor. You can expect country music guest stars every night, only the best country music, and plenty of audience interaction via phone and social media.

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