Tyler Reese

(Monday-Friday 10:00am-3:00pm)

Tyler Reese grew up in a small town called Monticello, Wisconsin. After playing three sports in high school, he went on to attend the University of Wisconsin, graduating in Journalism and Broadcasting. He loves and has worked in radio since the age of 18, starting on his birthday, the first day he was old enough to be on the air. Radio has led him through Charlotte, NC  Charleston, SC and Nashville, TN. His fiance Kimmie works in the record business on Music Row and they are both dog lovers with a 4 year old Aussie/Lab mix rescue named Ellie and 1 year old German Shepherd mix, Layla.

You can usually find him grilling or cooking, exploring the outdoors, following his favorite sports teams..and he admits that he MAY have an Apple TV and Netflix problem.


Behind The Scenes of Luke Bryan’s New Album!

Luke Bryan dropped the title track to his upcoming seventh studio album, Born Here, Live Here, Die Here, which will be released on April 24. Penned by Jameson Rodgers, Josh Thompson and Jake Mitchell, “Born Here, Live Here, Die Here” follows the release of No. 1 lead single, “Knockin’ Boots” and current Top 10 single,…MORE

Maren Morris Setting and Breaking Records!

Maren Morris’ “The Bones” ascended to the top of the Mediabase chart this week. Maren co-penned the tune, which is featured on her 2019 album, Girl, with Laura Veltz and Jimmy Robbins. “The bones are good,” said Maren via Twitter. “Thank you so much for my third number 1 song. And I will be having…MORE


Kenny Chesney will return to country radio on Feb. 21 with the release of his new single, “Here and Now.” The new tune, which was penned by Craig Wiseman, David Garcia and David Lee Murphy, follows Kenny’s recent Top 10 single, “Tip of My Tongue.” “This song kind of blew my mind,” says Kenny. “The…MORE

What’s All That White Stuff?

The Winter Weather Advisory for Middle Tennessee expired at 9 a.m. The threat of a messy morning commute caused more than 100 schools across the area to close, including Metro Nashville. So far, no major issues have been reported on roads. However, there may be some slick spots on bridges and overpasses. About 25 Tennessee…MORE