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Welcome to the Soundtrack of Your Life and the station that keeps your music and memories alive today! The songs from your first date, dancing at the prom, driving under the stars, your wedding, heading home from the hospital with each of your newborn children, listening at work, or while kicked back on vacation. Today you can still thrill to the Soft Adult Contemporary sounds of proven hit music by Elton John, Elvis Presley, the Bee Gees, Chicago, Billy Joel, Celine Dion, Air Supply, Dion Warwick, Michael Buble, The Beatles, Anne Murray, Whitney Houston, and the Carpenters to name a few. Music showcased by the veteran Air Staff you have known and loved for years: Scott Gentry and David Allen. Companions you know and trust.
FINDLAY RV NOW OPEN
Findlay RV which was closed due to Covid-19 has now opened to the public again. Please watch the video for more information.
Morrie’s Joke of the Day.
A lawyer and a redneck are on a plane and the lawyer, who needed cash, decided to trick the redneck. He said, “Hey let’s play a game. I’ll ask a question and if you can’t answer it you give me five bucks. Then you ask me a question and if I can’t answer it, I owe you fifty bucks.” The redneck agrees, and lawyer asks, “Who was the first president?” The redneck is stumped, and hands over five bucks. Then the redneck asks, “What goes up a hill with three legs and comes down with four?” The lawyer has no idea and hands over fifty bucks. He asks, “What was the answer?” And the redneck hands over five bucks.
DJ & Staff
At KJUL we have a very laid back approach to working. When you are having fun doing what you do for a living, it’s not really work at all. We all love being part of the KJUL family and want you to join in and learn more about us too.
A 52-year veteran of broadcasting, Mr. Gentry’s lengthy career has forged a solid foundation of industry knowledge and experience. His early entry into broadcasting began in 1968, with Armed Force Radio and Television, during the Vietnam War. As he says “That’s when I fell in love with Broadcasting”. “I was hooked the minute I opened the microphone”.
I wanted to be a radio broadcaster my entire life, listening to radio stations constantly as a kid and then studying Radio and TV for a career at Michigan State University. As all radio people have, I’ve worked at lots of stations in all parts of the country but have found Las Vegas to be my favorite place of all!