DJs

At Townsquare Media Cedar Rapids, we do our best to support our local community in the most impactful ways possible. All of the content creators you see below live, work and play in the same places as you and your families -- and we know that what happens right here matters to you most. We hope you find that our original local content (found on our website and free mobile app) informs and entertains you as much as we enjoy creating it. Get to know each of us a little more by checking out our "behind the byline" facts below:

Mike Ferris

I was born and raised in Detroit so I'm a Tigers fan and I love Motown. I prefer cooking at home to dining out, documentaries vs. movies and road trips vs. air travel. I occasionally hit a bucket of balls but I rarely play a full …

Uncle Joe Benson

Living Classic Rock from its very beginning — both on stage and on air since 1968 — music has been Joe Benson's life. Whether playing it, talking with artists and fans about it or documenting it with his definitive UNCLE JOE'S REC…

Brian Sines

As I’m sure you have heard me say, I grew up just down the road in Washington, Iowa and like many of you KRNA was my station of choice. We turned it on in the morning and didn’t turn it off till we went to bed…and sometimes not e…

Eric Stone

Hi! I'm Eric. I've been quite the utility player for Townsquare Media Cedar Rapids for a number of years and I love it. I can currently be heard on the air on two of our radio stations. I love radio and knew I did as soon as I cou…

Micki Slick

Hey KRNA Rockers, it's Micki! I've been rockin' Eastern Iowa for over 33 years and have had a lot of fun behind the mic. I started DJ'ing at my hometown radio station in Independence, Iowa when I was a Junior in high school and I'…

Dwyer

Greg Dwyer started in radio as Marconi's Street Guy. He pioneered such bits as "Take The Black Plague Challenge" and "Battle Of The Sexes." Later, he and Bill Michaels rewrote the book of morning radio in Peoria. That book turn…

Michaels

Before getting into radio, Bill Michaels performed extensively as the "Rabbi" character in the Village People (the original drummer). When asked to describe himself, he said this: "I'm known mostly for my philanthropic work. It's …