Chuck Hoberg hosts Country Music Jukebox every Monday evening from 8pm to 11pm.
Chuck Black is host of the Old-Time Music Radio Show and is in his sixth year as a broadcaster on WOBO. He is an amateur music historian and teacher and plays music in a local old-time string band. He is also president of the Queen City Balladeers, a folk/roots music organization founded at the University of Cincinnati in 1963. He loves Kentucky more than any other state. He wanted to drive this train but they wouldn't let him. Chuck also serves on WOBO's Board of Trustees.
Join Sheila Boothe on Thursday afternoons from noon to 4pm for Gospel Jubilee and a variety of Country, Traditional, and Bluegrass Gospel.
Sheila has also began hosting the Precious Memories show every Monday afternoon from 12pm to4pm.
When asked to describe her style of broadcasting, Sheila said her motto is "less talk and lots of tunes".
Sheila is a member of WOBO's Board of Trustees and also serves at the station secretary.
Paul Bodde closes out Sunday evening at WOBO from 8pm to midnight with Sunday Night Jazz & Monday Morning Blues. Paul serves on WOBO's Board of Trustees.
Gary Strong brings listeners Bluegrass, Bluegrass Gospel and Classic Country every Thursday morning from 8am to noon with Thursday Morning Jamboree and Precious Memories every Monday from noon to 4pm.
Gary is currently the Station Manager of WOBO and serves on the Board of Trustees. Gary can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
Rob Moore hosts Big Time Bluegrass on Thursday afternoons from 4-8.
Ernie Siders is host of Hooked on Swing every Tuesday from 4pm to 8pm.
Tuesday afternoon and evening has become Big Band night on WOBO.
WOBO offers listeners an opportunity to hear a wonderful selection of German music.
Over The Rhine Showcase airs each Sunday from noon to 4pm and is hosted by Dieter.
Join Mr. B as he closes out Tuesday evenings on WOBO with Big Band with Mr. B from 8pm to midnight. Mr. B plays you big band along with a few surprises thrown in.
Chris Kelly is bringing listeners bluegrass, bluegrass gospel, old time and new acoustic music twice a week at WOBO.
Join Chris every Saturday morning from 8am to noon and Thursday Night from 8pm to12am for an evening of Bluegrass
Steve Henderson Hosts Songs Of Inspiration Sunday Morning 5am to 8am on WOBO.
Join Steve Martin on Wednesday evenings from 8pm to midnight for The Real Jazz Conversation.
For bluegrass fans, you can hear a rebroadcast of Steve Martin's Unreal Bluegrass every Thursday evening from midnight to 3am.
Listeners can also find Steve on FaceBook and also on his website www.unrealbluegrass.com
Randy Neal hosts a variety of shows on WOBO. Join Randy for Classic Country and Today's Bluegrass on Monday and Friday mornings from 8am to noon.
In addition, join Randy for 50's, 60's and 70's jazz as he hosts Vintage Jazz every Wednesday evening from 4pm to pm.
Randy serves as Vice-President of WOBO and as a member on the Board of Trustees.
Listeners can also email him at email@example.com
Mason Isaacs will be your host every Monday from 4pm-8pm on Drive Time Country and Bluegrass. Mason will be playing all your favorite country and bluegrass songs.
Jesse Andrews proudly brings listeners Music of Scotland every Wednesday from noon to 4pm. The show features Scottish and Irish music.
Al Shelton, who substitutes for Jesse, has been to Scotland and Ireland. Wonder if that is where he got his kilt? Next time you hear him on the air, be sure to call in and find out.
WOBO 88.7 FM
The Station With Something For Everyone
Herb Day hosts “The Country Club”, Tuesday mornings from 8am until 12noon on WOBO-
FM. He has been in the radio business since 1974, when he began at WCNE-FM, WOBO’s
predecessor when it was owned by Clermont Northeastern High School at Owensville, OH.
Since then, he has worked in many markets, including WUBE in Cincinnati, WMNI in
Columbus, “105.9 The Rebel” in Dayton/Middletown, WSRW in Hillsboro, WCHO in
Washington Courthouse, and even owned a radio station in the Elizabethtown, KY area. you can message Herb at firstname.lastname@example.org
WOBO is proud of all the volunteer broadcasters at our station and could not bring you all the quality programming without them. Take a minute and let them know you appreciate them also!