Mike McKelly has been the host of The Rocker Morning Show in Kalamazoo, MI for nearly 25 years which means hundreds of thousands have woken up with Mike and didn’t have to chew their arm off. In addition to his wake up duties, Mike is the Operations Manager overseeing programming for the 4 Townsquare Media stations. He enjoys all sports, playing golf, movies that make him cry and an occasional Brandy Old Fashion. Mike and his wife Karla live in Portage, MI and are the proud parents of 4 great kids Ryan, Kaitlyn, Erin, Lauren and granddaughter Peyton
Stefani Bishop joined The Rocker in March of 2012 as co-host on The Rocker Morning Show. When she’s not on the air, she’s watching bad horror movies, laughing at British comedies, volunteering her time with The Civic Theater in Kalamazoo, drinking bourbon, knitting, and petting cats. Sometimes, but not often, she can do it all at once.
Born and raised in Mid-Michigan, Eric "Fly" Stevens got his start in radio by working the overnights at a couple of Lansing stations beginning in 1998. He moved to RKR in 2004 by first doing weekends, then mid-days, and now afternoons, 3p-8p. This year he celebrates 10 years in Kalamazoo. He listens to a lot of music. Some favorites include: Pearl Jam, Steely Dan, Pink Floyd, the many creative projects of Mike Patton, and The Beatles. Eric used to play saxophone and piano but has since traded that in to spend his downtime with wife Erika cheering on Red Wings hockey, Tigers baseball, watching movies, traveling, and taking care of their cat, Zeeb
Ramone grew up on the rough and tough streets of Detroit (well, the rich suburbs) where he got his feet wet at his local high school's radio station, WBLD at West Bloomfield High School in West Bloomfield, MI. From there, he went on to attend WesternMichiganUniversity. After interning for The Rocker Morning Show for a year, Ramone finally got his break doing weekends, nights, and is now currently holding down the mid-day madness 10am-3pm shift. Ramone spends most of his time listening to 80's Metal and 70's Punk