On-Air Shows & Personalities
WDUX FM 92.7 | The Best of Yesterday & Today
Morning Show Host & Music Director
For nearly 30 years, Rick Winters has kept mid-Wisconsin informed and entertained on WDUX. Tune in daily for contests, laughs, and breaking news. Also, Thursday mornings listen in for local interviews on the Breakfast Show live from the Woods Restaurant.
News & Sports Director
The long-time voice of Waupaca Comets sports, Jack Barry also brings you state and local news daily on AM 800 and FM 92.7. Also, join him weekday mornings as part of the WDUX Morning Show!
Afternoon Announcer & Imaging Director
Bringing you the best sports action on the local and national scene. You can also hear Justin filling in on color commentary, live remote broadcasts, local news, and Swap Shop. Also tune in Fridays at 4pm for the "Friday Flashback at Four", as Justin takes a look back at this week in music history.
Evening Announcer & Sports Play-by-Play
Mike grew up in Central Wisconsin and went to college at Drake in Iowa. Mike has a passion for sports and you can hear him evenings on FM 92.7 and doing play-by-play for our local high school sports broadcasts.
When he's not calling the Manawa Wolves football games, you can hear Mike's distinctive voice nights and weekends on FM 92.7
Long-time Wild Rose school teacher, Terry Logan is also the Sunday morning voice of WDUX Radio.
After retiring from Gulfstream, Mikey P is back on the air at WDUX where he got his start 25 years ago. An avid sportsman and Packer fan, he and his wife Deb also spend their free time volunteering on church mission trips.
Peter is a Waupaca native and a Waupaca High School Graduate. He helps keep listeners entertained on nights and weekends. Peter is often at the board while WDUX airs sporting events.
After a lengthy career in Chicago radio, the Radio Daddio "retired" to central Wisconsin. You can still hear this broadcast veteran filling in on FM 92.7 and AM 800 WDUX!
Whether its Comet Football, high school basketball, or other live and local sports broadcasts, fans of the game can hear Terry's no-nonsense color commentary mixed with a touch of "Yooper" twang. As our resident "Fishing Guru," Terry also hosts our Wolf River Fishing Show every spring.
Another long-time voice of mid-Wisconsin sports, John "Crow" Wright can be heard calling football and basketball games on WDUX!
An Amherst High School graduate, Steve Maves earned his Bachelors in Sports Broadcasting from SIU-Carbondale. You can hear Steve calling the play-by-play for local baseball, basketball, and more on WDUX.
AM 800 | Classic Country
Swap Shop Weekdays 9:08am
Country Archives Weekdays 9:33am
A fixture at WDUX since 1980, the Captain started as a Disc Jockey at a time when DJs actually spun records. He has since moved into the front office writing and producing commercials, but continues to enjoy his time on the radio hosting Swap Shop and sharing interesting tidbits on the Country Archives.
Mornings 9am - 2pm on AM 800
I love all kinds of music! But country music is my favorite! When I was younger I dreamed of being a record producer and the girl singer for Asleep at the Wheel! Ray Benson from ATTW got a big chuckle out of that. Love country music and have been fortunate enough to interview a lot of my favorite artists. Willie has always been one of my favorites and spending time with Dolly was amazing! I look forward to sharing stories about the artists I've met and really want to hear your stories about why the songs mean so much to you.
7pm -12am on AM 800
I grew up listening to WLS in Chicago and knew from a young age I wanted to be on the radio. I took a detour when I joined the Army and served in the 1st Infantry Division and after basic training and AIT, I spent my entire tour overseas. Contrary to what you may hear, I did not drive a tank for the Salvation Army. I love country music, it has been my life for the past fifteen years. On my IPAD, I listen to Led Zeppelin, Waylon, Johnny Cash, Elvis, Deep Purple, Donna Summer, The Who, Willie Nelson, Toby Keith, and K C and the Sunshine Band. Don't hate me because I love Disco music! Movies I have on my IPAD include Die Hard, Independence Day, Die Harder, The Big Red One (imagine that), Die Hard with a Vengeance, The Avengers, A good Day to Die Hard.... well... you get the idea.
Mornings 7am-9am on AM 800
Rick has always been a morning person so this job is perfect for him. In fact, he credits it with keeping his marriage together. His wife says if he was at the breakfast table everyday she’d been out of there long ago. His daughters will second that. The boy does like to talk! He started waking people up on the radio years ago when he realized that he didn’t have to sweat. And now ‘Morgan in the Morning’ enjoys misbehaving with his listeners on a daily basis. “The free coffee and internet ain’t bad either," he says.
2pm – 7pm on AM 800
I was born and raised on the South side of Chicago, where I grew up a Cubs fan among all the White Sox fans. For years, I waited…..and waited…finally in 2016 it happened! I guess I’m good for another 108 years now. I knew that radio was in my blood from the time I was 12. I got my first job at a radio station in Chicago at age 15. Since then I’ve worked in some great cities, playing Country music. Chicago, Baltimore, Las Vegas, Dallas and now right here. When I’m not on the air you can usually find me hanging with the animals in my life. My girlfriend and I have two dogs and a cat named Heisen. (all rescue animals). Yes, we are big fans of the show Breaking Bad. Another thing we enjoy is brewery tours. Every place we travel, we try to hit the local breweries. Size doesn’t matter. From the big guys in St. Louis, Milwaukee and Boston, to the craft breweries from Dallas to Niagara Falls Canada. Everyone has a great time on brewery tours! Over the years, I’ve been lucky enough to have met so many great Country music artists. They have all had some great stories to tell. Now, I’m lucky to play them all for you every day.
Overnights Midnight-5am on AM 800
I caught the radio bug at a young age. As a teenager, I got to work at my high school radio station. FYI, I’m slightly taller than Kenny Chesney and about a foot shorter than Trace Adkins. In 1984 I married my high school sweetheart. I have 3 daughters, 3 sons-in-law, and 5 grandchildren. When I'm not on the air playing my favorite music (country) or hanging out with my family, I enjoy working outside. I love getting on my tractor and mowing. It is like therapy to me! I am also actively involved in my church, and serve on the board of an inner city community center.