Northeast Alabama’s best new morning show: at 6 a.m.- 9 a.m. Monday-Friday.

In a world full of voices, the ones you should be listening to every weekday morning belongs to a tall shiny jokester named Joe and his bright and clever cohost named Jenna Sue.

Not your common everyday Joe.

A great storyteller, who enjoys reeling you in like bass from Lake Guntersville. Joe is an avid motorcyclist and thinks College Football is the sport of the gods.

At 18 Joe was framing houses in Tennessee, and had a nasty accident where he almost cut his leg off.  A neighbor, the legendary Dave Walton, lived up the street from Joe in Nashville, and was a huge influence. Faced with the decision of keeping both his legs, or possibly building a career handing out free tee shirts, working in Radio was the obvious choice.

You could say the music scene in Nashville runs two generations deep.  His mother was a Country Music singer, and his dad was the Postal Carrier on Music Row for 30 years. 

Joe and his wife Lori have two fantastic children, who share their parents love for fun, humor, and acting a fool. Joe’s favorite personal saying is:  “Ignorance is a relative question, now just who are your relatives?”

“Radio’s responsibility is to the community.  We should be stewards of our fellow man, and radio has allowed me to be a part of on many different and most meaningful levels,” Joe said.

Sharing the mic in the mornings is his cohost Jenna Sue.  Jenna Sue has been waking people up for more than twenty years in Northeast Alabama, mostly her neighbors because she’s knocking about trying to find hot coffee.  It has been said that cattle actually produce more milk when her radio commercials are played in the barn.  And it is also said she is one of the most creative promo and copywriters in the state.

Jenna is the Director of Sales for Southern Torch, and when the possibility for her to get back into morning radio again arose, with Joe as her partner, she didn’t hesitate.  “We are looking to create a positive energy in our show that gets people up and going and ready to face the day!”.  “Life is hard, people need more joy, and if that’s what we can bring them, it’s worth getting up at the buttcrack of dawn.” Jenna Sue added.

Jenna and her husband Christian are currently living in Fort Payne, where she has been active with community projects like CAMP ST. JUDE for Bruce’s Foodland Stores and the Fort Payne Kiwanis Club. She has assisted many organizations by emceeing hundreds of events and helped numerous nonprofits with fundraising endeavors.

Joe and Jenna Sue are looking forward to bringing laughter and information to your mornings. They also want to bridge communities together, and help the local business owner share their stories.  If you’re looking for something totally different, gut grabbingly funny, and more informative than the average talking heads, Joe and Jenna Sue invite you to the all new 98-3 WILD COUNTRY MORNING SHOW, weekdays beginning at 6am til the government shuts us down.