Warren has been a popular radio personality in New York since 1971. He
is the author of the best-selling book on Radio Programming, RADIO: The
Book, and has been a radio professional since the age of 16 in
Louisville, KY. After that, it was on to Indianapolis, Los Angeles, San
Francisco, Philadelphia, Tampa, Dayton, San Antonio, and finally New York.
As Program Director, he managed diverse
markets and formats in markets including Indianapolis, Wilmington, Albany,
Dayton, and in San Antonio with Top 40, Oldies, Country, Talk, Adult
standards, and Classical.
Steve keeps busy with projects such as
hosting events at Radio City Music Hall, Lincoln Center, and Carnegie Hall.
He's topical, engaging, funny, and informative, speaking with authority on
the contemporary media and entertainment scene.
As an actor, he has
appeared on TV in episodes of The Sopranos and Law & Order and
in feature films Michael Clayton, with George Clooney, Julie Taymor's
Beatle music-based fantasy, Across the Universe, and It's
Complicated, with Alec Baldwin and Meryl Streep. On stage, his credits
include regional roles in Carnival, Guys and Dolls, and A
Food, travel, live
theatre, and a few seasonal sports also keep him busy, as does living two
blocks from Times Square in New York City.
Debbie, a 35-year veteran radio and television broadcaster and Country DJ
Hall of Fame nominee, brings her extensive knowledge of country music to the
Hall of Fame feature that honors a deserving country music great each
She has traveled the country making people smile on the
air at a long list of stations. Debbie can claim a number of firsts in her
career, as she was the first to play a country show on WMPS, was the first
woman to do afternoon drive on WSAI, was the first woman to have an air
shift on 50,000 watt WLW and was the first woman involved in the Reds Radio
Network, the largest radio network in the world at the time. Debbie spent 12
years with the number one morning show in St. Louis (WIL) where she was
nominated and finalist for several industry awards.
brings her unique personal perspective to The Country Oldies Show Hall
of Fame feature, as she has interviewed nearly every major country
music artist for the last three and a half decades including Bill Anderson,
Steve Wariner, Chet Atkins, Ray Price, and Charly McClain.