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Born and raised in Wichita, Brian's a Bishop Carroll grad who attended college at KU and Friends University, before programming country stations across the midwest. He and his family moved back to Wichita in 2011. He's a big book nerd and loves to read about politics, history and country music.
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I've been talking to Bobby Bones quite a bit lately as we plan this charity event for September 13th. I thought I'd share a few things with you. Bobby is really excited about coming back to Wichita. As he has pointed out many times to me, Wichita was the first syndication market outside of Austin that accepted him. He feels like his nation-wide persona began when Wichita took a chance on him and began airing his show.
He's been really diggin' country music and the stars who have made him feel welcome into the format. He's got a lot of connections to the area that go beyond the show being launched here. For example, Lunchbox is a Kansas native. Bobby's love for Numana (which is why he created "30 Abes") is because of Kansas. It was being heard in Wichita and visiting here that he came to learn about Numana, a charity organization which ships meals to Haiti to feed the hungry.
Every time you hear about "30 Abes", remember that it all began in El Dorado. It's a "coming home" for Bobby in many ways. And he's hoping you'll all come out to the charity show next Friday night at Midwest KIA.