Warren is currently the news anchor for Howard Stern News Sirius/XM channel 100 and has been a radio personality, program director, and radio consultant for over 50 years including WHN, WNBC, WKHK, WYNY, in New York and from 1999-2004 created all the Country formats for Sirius.
He also is a featured actor on TV & Films as well as public speaker and author of RADIO: The Book. Visit www.stevewarren.info for more details.
Conner, a 35-year veteran radio and television broadcaster and Country DJ Hall of Fame nominee, brings her extensive knowledge of country music to the Hall of Fame feature that honors a deserving country music great each week.
Conner has traveled the country making people smile on the air at a long list of stations including, Piedmont (KPWB), Ironton (KPIA), Farmington (J98 and Froggy), Cape Girardeau (KGMO), Cedar Rapids (KHAK), Memphis (WMPS), Cincinnati (WSAI and WLW), Baltimore (WCAO), St. Louis (KIX, KJFF, KDLG and KQQZ), Pensacola (WYCT) and Maui (KDLX and KAOI). Conner can claim a number of firsts in her career, as she was the first to play a country show on WMPS, was the first woman to do afternoon drive on WSAI, was the first woman to have an air shift on 50,000 watt WLW and was the first woman involved in the Reds Radio Network, the largest radio network in the world at the time. Conner spent 12 years with the number one morning show in St. Louis (WIL) where she was nominated and finalist for several industry awards.
Debbie brings her unique personal perspective to “The Country Oldies Show Hall of Fame” feature, as she has interviewed nearly every major country music artist for the last three and a half decades including, Bill Anderson, Steve Wariner, Chet Atkins, Ray Price, and Charly McClain.