Milby and Hollie Sexton took over morning duties at Quicksie
in April of 2004. Greg's unique personality brings a different
view of local and national stories. Greg loves relating the
most topical items as well as odd and off beat stories; that's
why he and Hollie call it,
Everything You Need to Know INFOTAINMENT Morning Show!"
Hollie stands up for the underdog and loves to hear from Quicksie
listeners. Does this morning team always see eye to eye
on the issues discussed on the show?....not a chance.
That's a good thing!
Mornings 6a to 10a
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 playing
golf in his spare time and when he's not out playing, he's inside
playing on the Wii or camping. Greg's known to have a weird
fascination with his yard and is always looking for new patterns
to display on the "canvas" as he calls it. You'll
find Greg's talents featured on Louisville television on several
commercials in and around the city. Greg also uses his talents
as a member at Lincoln Hills Christian Church in Corydon, Indiana.
Plus, he's in your kids' classroom as a KLUE teacher! 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 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.
to know Greg here
Mornings 6a to 10a
Sexton grew up in the magnificent hills of Appalachia, beginning
her radio career when she was fifteen at 100,000 watt station
WQHY Q95FM. She made her way to central Kentucky in 2003. After
Hollie joined Greg Milby on-air, life just got better! Along
with co-hosting the morning show on Quicksie, Hollie is the
resident social butterfly, public service coordinator and news
assistant to Lee Bramlett. Hollie loves to sing with her brother
Paul Prater, Tommy Davis and Tracey Poddam, for their band "Cold
Hard Kids." She won the title for United Way's Heartland
Idol competition in 2004 and has even flown to Las Vegas for
American Idol auditions. You'll see Hollie singing at
events for charitable organizations and
broadcasting from community events. Hollie is a proud member
of A.U.S.A. and an honorary member of the Central Hardin Fire
Department. She and Greg were honored to be finalists
in the 2011 Celebration of Service to America Broadcast Awards
for their work with the 3rd ESC at Fort Knox. Hollie is
the proud mother of a toddler, Tristan. She is also working
to become a part time fitness instructor and personal trainer.
Join Greg & Hollie for laughs all week long on Quicksie
to know Hollie here
by "Greg and Hollie in the Morning" as "The News
Lee Bramlett has been news director at Quicksie since 1997.
As a native of Breckinridge County, Lee's no stranger to the
area with many years experience in broadcasting. Lee hosts the
Quicksie Public Affairs Program, Community Forum, anchors The
Morning Sportscast on Quicksie and is WELL known for his play-by-play
of local sports. He's Lee Bramlett, W-Q-X-E News.
more about Lee here
Middays 10a to 3p
Ahmad is a native of Buffalo, N.Y. Longing for a "warmer" atmosphere,
she made the move after high school to San Antonio, TX to pursue
a degree in Theatre and Communication Arts. Although she loved
the life of a Thespian, she was swept off her feet by her future
husband, Murad. She gave up the stage to be an Air Force wife,
and called several places home including Abilene, TX, Knob Noster,
MO, Dallas, TX, Austin, TX, and Chicago IL. In 1992, she and her
growing family found their way to Elizabethtown as a result of
her husband's job as a contractor at Fort Knox. Over twenty years
of marriage and two beautiful daughters later, Hardin County is
most definitely "home". Suzanne has fun sending daily shout outs
to all our friends and businesses on the "At Work Network", and
she especially enjoys taking your requests and dedications weekdays
from noon to one on Café 98.3
to know Suzanne here
3p to 7p, Sunday 8a to 9a "Praise & Shine"
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.
to know Scott here
Saturday & Sunday 8p to Midnight
has been part of Team Quicksie for over nine years.
His casual style and storytelling make him a perfect
addition to your weekend soundtrack. On most any given
evening you'll find Andy along the waters edge with
a lo-tech rod and reel. He's a proud husband and dad
and a great community friend. Also, if you need a new
or used car...Well, just look him up.
Saturday 4p to 8p
5p to 8p
was born and raised in Elizabethtown.
She left for a while for college, first job,
meeting a husband, etc. but she couldn't stay
away - she and her husband moved back here in
2002 and are now in daughter, dog, garden, quiet
neighborhood paradise! Time outside of
work is spent primarily with her family - her
favorite being the time she and her daughter
get to spend in their ever-expanding garden
(they're getting pretty good at it!) or cooking
together, also watching movies with her husband.
Otherwise, you can find her working out or volunteering
with horses & kids. She lucked her
way into radio - 'discovered' while reading
at St. James Church - and was welcomed warmly
into the Quicksie & Wulf family in April
2008. Her day job is as a campus minister at
the University of Louisville, so radio brings
with it new challenges and adventures and a
great way to interact with our community.
It also finally gives another outlet for the
"interesting" voice that has brought with it
every kind of comment imaginable!
to know Sarah here
Weekdays 7p to Midnight
Vaughn joined the radio team in August 2010 as part
of the weekend Quicksie Crew. While working
on her undergrad, Sarah has worked in radio, at KET
Television, a news-affiliated station in Washington,
D.C., and various newspapers. Sarah currently
works full time as the Volunteer/Special Events Coordinator
for a local non-profit and is also working to
finish her Graduate degree in Communications.
Sarah is a part of Big Brothers Big Sisters, Upward
Basketball/Cheerleading program, Red Cross, and Young
Professionals of Hardin County. She also volunteers
on the Grace Heartland Church Media Ministry.
Sarah is happily married and is the proud mother of
their two dogs, Shooter and Waylee.
to know Sarah here
Weekdays Midnight to 6am
Davis is a 25 year old student at Western Kentucky
University. A lover of music and sound equipment from
an early age, Tommy knew he had a passion for radio.
He has worked on Old Time Radio productions as a sound
engineer of War of the Worlds and It's A Wonderful
Life at the historic State Theater. He is also the
“sound guy” for Vertrese Baptist Church,
running and tinkering with their sound equipment.
to know Tommy here
Saturday 12p to 4p Sunday
2p to 5p
Jennifer began playing in radio during high school,
doing whatever no one else wanted to do at WLBN/WLSK.
It was there that her passion for radio began. She
attended Western Kentucky University and earned a
Bachelors in Broadcast Communications. Since college,
Jennifer has worked for stations in the Bowling Green,
Evansville, and Elizabethtown market. While in Elizabethtown,
she met one of Etown's greatest assets, her husband,
Jason. They have made their home in Elizabethtown,
and have also made a beautiful little three-year old
girl. Her name is Ollie, but she will convince you
that it is Dora, and that she is a drummer in The
Fresh Beat Band. Jennifer has enjoyed being a part
of Team Quicksie since 2009.
to know Jenn here
Saturday 12a to 6a
name is Ashley Noel and I am a Music Business Management
Major. I love everything there is about music. It
is my passion. I am 19 years old and have helped organize
a benefit concert for diabetes research and awareness,
called Concert For A Cure. I graduated from John Hardin
High School and can't stay busy enough. I work mulitple
jobs and love to go to concerts with my friends in
my spare time. I'm also an aspiring Jonas Brother's
Daniel, originally from Shelbyville, KY started in radio not long after graduating high school. After working in Louisville for a few years, the radio dream eventually led him to E-Town in 2007 and later right here to Quicksie. He LOVES 90's music and UK basketball! And on Sundays you can find him behind the soundboard at Westside Baptist Church in E-Town.