Crew Bios

 

Our Host and Creator, Aaron Campbell, is a long time veteran of Knoxville Radio.  His career began in 2005 at WKXV Radio as host of Twilight Gospel, Issues and Answers, and WKXV News.  Campbell served as producer for a multitude of shows including Knoxville’s longest running radio shows: Pappy Beaver and Saturday Night Gospel.  In 2007, Aaron joined Clinton Broadcasters, to assume evening and weekend DJ, Hosting and Production duties on WYSH-AM and WMYL-FM.  In 2008, Campbell joined the Aviation Radio Network to host This Week in Aviation, and would be named National Media Director for W.E.ROCK Events in 2009.  He created a media network that included radio and television production.  Campbell returned to WKXV in 2013.  In 2014, Aaron,  assumed a leadership role with the newly formed WOZO-LP Radio and launched That Midday Show in June 2015.

 

Jamie Johnson is our executive producer.  She is a graduate of Tennessee Tech University in Cookeville, TN.  Her comedic skills come from her improv and theatrical background.  She ran a skit an improv group for the better part of a decade, has kept sporadic touch with comedic performance since her university days, and is a co-founder of the Scruffy City Improv Company.  Her impeccable timing, intelligence, and pure comedic talent make her the ideal executive producer.

 

 

McKay Milton is lifelong East Tennessee resident. He has spent the last 15 years working in various forms of customer service professionally while enjoying many interests and hobbies such as Pop Culture History study, Entertainment memorabilia collecting, as well as becoming one of the best known Karaoke Jockeys in Knoxville. Having grown up in LaFollette and Knoxville, he is familiar with the local culture from both a rural and city viewpoint. He brings a keen wit, folksy charm, and encyclopedic knowledge of sports and pop culture to That Midday Show that is indispensable.

Lindsay Wright began life in upstate New York in November 1992.  An almost tragic accident in 1999 nearly took her life.  She eventually relocated in high school to East Tennessee and would graduate from William Blount High School in 2011.  She began on That Midday Show on Episode 2 in June 2015 and soon began to co-host the show.  Her hard work was rewarded in June 2016 when she assumed the title of News Director (the third in a line of apt people for the post).  Her keen eye for news brings a steady and irreverent delivery.

 

Lindsay Wright began life in upstate New York in November 1992.  An almost tragic accident in 1999 nearly took her life.  She eventually relocated in high school to East Tennessee and would graduate from William Blount High School in 2011.  She began on That Midday Show on Episode 2 in June 2015 and soon began to co-host the show.  Her hard work was rewarded in June 2016 when she assumed the title of News Director (the third in a line of apt people for the post).  Her keen eye for news brings a steady and irreverent delivery.

In December 1978, the DNA of three well known men, Chuck Norris, Albert Einstein, and Buford Watson, Sr, were combined in a laboratory at the university of Tennessee Knoxville. That important combination of DNA was successfully implanted into the egg of Helen Whaley. On September 2, 1978 after the easiest pregnancy in human history, Buford Watson would make his first appearance. The rest as they say… is history.

 

Greg Raines, the man who’s too stubborn to quit, is best known as a stand-up comic and all around loudmouth. Performing regularly in local shows and open mics, Greg would accept an invitation to appear on That Midday Show in February 2016. His quick wit and charm shine through on the air, and he has established himself as a vital part of the show’s success.