Music on The Lake comes from Westwood One. Here are the voices you'll hear in between songs.
Liz Bell and Chris Tyler, 6-10 a.m.
Liz Bell is a single mom with two daughters. She’s a self-proclaimed Pinterest addict who loves throwing theme parties. “I believe there is no better feeling than a sloppy ponytail and yoga pants. I enjoy traveling, things that sparkle and my partner, Chris Tyler.”
Tyler is married with two children. He runs marathons, but also prefers time at the neighborhood pool. “And I’m a huge sports fan. It's hard for me to choose a favorite type of music! I like many different types! Except maybe Gangsta Rap. I have to draw the line somewhere.”
Michael Gifford, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
People call him “Giff,” a nickname his wife of more than 20 years gave him. They consider themselves nutty dog lovers. They have two daughters, one of which just made them grandparents. “The whole family loves to travel and I’m into golfing, hiking, camping -- just about everything outdoors -- except large animals that could eat me. My wife thinks I spend more time in the garden than with her, but she does enjoy the ‘fruits’ of my labor.”
Maria Miller, 3-8 p.m.
She’s proud to admit she collects Mr. Potato Heads. Her favorite is Spiderman, but she can’t wait for Darth Tater to join the family. In her spare time she creates jewelry and some of her designs have been featured in magazines. “I’m a lifelong fan of college basketball, especially the Final Four, no matter who is playing as long as it’s a great game. I love traveling, especially motorcycle tripping with the Hubs. And I’m pretty good at trivia because once I won a car by answering 10 music trivia questions on Casey Kasem’s America’s Top 10 TV Show!”
Karl Southcott, 8 p.m.-1 a.m.
Karl is a giant movie fan and loves everything from the classics to all the exciting new flicks. He’s also an outdoorsman and loves being around the water. “I love swimming, kayaking, surfing and diving. I’ve always figured that I’m at least part fish. I also like to hang with my family. My two small boys keep me very busy! Musically, I’m crazy about everything from Sinatra to Bruno Mars. Sharing this music on the radio is such a kick!”
Drew Hastings, 1-6 a.m.
Drew is a native of Agawam, Massachusetts, the town that had the very first Zip code in the country. He’s married with three children and one granddaughter. “I love hanging out with our chocolate lab Madison. She can be a little hyper but fun! I'm always playing hockey as exercise and for competition. I keep telling myself that it's good for me as my bumps, bruises and a sore back tell me it isn't. Thanks for listening to me on the radio!”