The only married morning duo in Mobile makes things a little more interesting, especially when disagreements happen.
Tim and Lee Ann Camp (get it ‘TLC in the Morning”) both had life-long passion for music and radio, so it would make perfect sense the two would end up together. Â They’ve been married nearly ten years and had their first kiss at Saints game in the New Orleans Superdome (the one where Joe Horn calls his Mom in the endzone).
Tim is originally from Mobile and has lived here most of his life. Of course there were the excursions to college, Birmingham, Atlanta, Detroit. But eventually he made his way back to Mobile and is now Operations Manager, co-owner, Director of Programming, Chief (and only) Engineer….. of Sports Radio WNSP and 92ZEW.
Lee Ann was raised in St. Clair County, MI. Made the move to Detroit metro for broadcast degree. Various jobs to survive including promotions/DJ at one of the area’s best known concert halls, The Ritz and a stint at radio station 102.7, ZRock. The beach called saying ‘Come on Down’ so she did. Plus her sister’s lived in Gulf Shoes for many years. She loves Mobile, the Beach, the History, Mardi Gras and of course, working at the best station in the world, 92ZEW.
If you win our trip to NY to see U2 or just traveling for summer, here’s some excellent ideas for packing that suitcase better so there’s no sitting on top to close it.
Legacy Recordings to Release Cover Stories: Brandi Carlile Celebrates 10 Years of The Story – An Album to Benefit War Child on May 5. Pearl Jam, Adele, Avett Brothers and more covering Brandi’s songs.
New Depeche Mode double disc set to be released March 17
A Must Go show with LOLO, Sunday at the Merry Widow. Watch the interview/performance we recently did at Dauphin St. Sound.
National Handwriting Day (1/12) in honor of John Adams who was the first to sign the Declaration of Independence. Here’s are some clues to a person’s character based on how they write.
For Christmas Tree Week we compared differences between a tree date and person date.
The comedy show that used real radio stories for content. It ended around the same time corporations started taking over radio stations nationwide.