Dave Fezler a.k.a "The Geezer"
Get your weekday mornings started with Dave Fezler from 6am to
9am. Dave is on the air with News, Weather, Sports, The Horoscopes,
Weird News, Focus on the Family, Crowe's Cut, a Beach Music break and a
great selection of "Today's Hits and Yesterday's Favorites." Dave has
been on the air with Sunny 103.5 since February 1st, 2003 and on the air
elsewhere since 1975.
Austin Landers, a.k.a. "The Kid"
Austin joins Dave for the morning show at 7am and adds a little bit of much needed youth to the show. Austin is a home town boy and a graduate of Lander University. Austin also serves as traffic director at Sunny 103.5, he is the person who makes sure all of our advertisers' commercials run at the right time throughout the day. When Chris Crowe isn't available, Austin fills in as host of the "Sunny Beach Party" Sunday afternoons from 2 to 6. Austin is also active in the music scene in the Lakelands, he plays bass in 2 bands and can be seen on stage on a regular basis.
Host of the "Sunny Beach Party" Sunday afternoons from 2-6 pm, Chris Crowe is the newest addition to the Sunny 103.5 crew. Chris grew up in Easley, South Carolina and moved to Greenwood in 1993. He joined the Swingin' Medallions in 1996, graduated from Lander University in 1997 and in 2003 left the Swingin' Medallions to start his own business in Greenwood: The Wood Company, a furniture refinishing company. He rejoined the Swingin' Medallions in March of 2012 and still runs The Wood Company. Chris is married and has three children. He loves singing, playing saxophone and traveling with The Medallions. Chris's hobbies include golfing and skiing. Chris's website is thewoodcompany.us check it out.
Ashby Stokes, Sunday Morning Blend, 8am-10am Sundays
Grab your favorite cup of coffee and join Ashby Stokes on Sunny 103.5 from 8a-10a each Sundy morning for "The Sunny Morning Blend" as he gets you up and motivated for the last day of the weekend. An acoustical mix and blend of deep cuts and jazzy renditions from some of your favorite artists. Ashby began playing guitar at age eleven and formed is first band with his brother (Taylor) and Shawn McElrath under the guidance of John McElrath, the founder of the Swingin' Medallions. After a year or so Shawn and Taylor became members of the Double Shot Gang and Ashby went to the University of South Carolina. While at Carolina earning a business degree Ashby joined several local bands and made a lot of friends in the local music community.