Kenny Smoov- Host of the Kenny Smoov Morning Show – Weekdays 5a-9a
Kenny Smoov is an On-Air/Programming radio veteran with stints in Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, South Carolina, and North Carolina. Industry Awards to his credit are Billboard Radio Personality of the Year (Small Market), Highest Rated Urban Station in America (KBCE, Alexandria), NAACP Image Award (South Carolina).
He is a Desert Storm Veteran with 6 years of military service to his credit with tours of duty in, South Korea, Ft. Hood, TX, and a host of other assignments. Decorations include Army Commendation Medal 2 Clusters, Army Achievement Medal 2 Clusters, and others.
“I must admit, I first got into radio to get into the recording industry. However, after doing my first air shift, I realized that this is what I wanted to do with my life”.
His proudest achievement is giving life to Asia (the very JEALOUS woman in his life).
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Sissy Brown – Co-Host of the Kenny Smoov Morning Show
Sissy Brown, aka Miss Moka, has been in the entertainment industry for over 20 years. Choreographer, personal trainer, fitness instructor, radio personality, photo, and video consultant and host/emcee are all a part of her extensive resume. Beginning her professional dance career in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Sissy moved to Nashville in 2002, where she became a member and 3-year captain of the Tennessee Titans Cheerleaders as well as the Arena Football Nashville Kats. During her tenure, Sissy was chosen to perform in Las Vegas as a member of the AFL Dream Team, performed with artists including Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Jason Aldean, and Toby Keith and traveled across the United States supporting our US Troops.
Sissy began her radio career in 2011 as a co-host of the Surround Sound Podcast. Wanting a bigger and broader audience, she became a Facebook blogger and has since grown a following of over 50,000. In 2016, she teamed up with Program Director of 92Q Nashville, Kenny Smoov and developed The Kenny and Sissy show, which airs on Facebook and YouTube weekly. Sissy recently became an on-air personality and Brand Ambassador for 92Q, where she hosts events, makes appearances, does live remotes on location and is developing a weekly show to air later this year, The Get Down With Sissy Brown.
Currently, Sissy is the Fitness Instructor for the Tennessee State University majorettes, The Sophisticated Ladies, where she also choreographs for them, as well as the Tennessee Titans Cheerleaders and various other organizations. She is the proud mother of JaRae, 24 and MiMi to 2-year-old Levi.
DJ CDUB- Producer of the Kenny Smoov Morning Show
C-Dub, “Mr. Who’s The DJ?”, is one of the hottest and youngest new DJs to emerge from the Music City. From Old School to New School he is quickly gaining the attention of the South. At a young age, he began his career spinning at the Rivergate Skating Center. As C-Dub gained popularity he began to rock college parties, clubs, major tours, and eventually radio. While shadowing Kenny Smoov, Program Director of 92Q, he received his B.S. degree from Tennessee State University in 2010. C-Dub started in radio as a morning show producer for WNFN 106.7 in 2012. In 2014, he became the owner of www.xtremecleaningsolutions.com. Although C Dub was working on his personal career accomplishments he continued to focus on pursuing a career in radio. Because those efforts did not go unnoticed he eventually landed his first-weekend show called “The BoomBox Show on 92q in 2015. For Booking Call 615-818-2084 or send email email@example.com
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