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Mylan Ray

On-Air Personality

KLOH Radio

HQ Phone:  (507) 825-4282

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KLOH Radio

Box 456 Hwy 30

Pipestone, Minnesota,56164

United States

Company Description

Christensen Broadcasting: Welcome to Christensen Broadcasting, home of KLOH 1050 AM, KISD 98.7 FM and KJOE 106.1 FM. We operate three studios in Pipestone, MN and Slayton, MN and service the tri-state area of southwest Minnesota, northwest Iowa and southeast S... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Music Director

Christensen Broadcasting


Affiliations

Pipestone County Museum

Board Member


Pipestone Chamber & Visitor's Bureau

Board Member


Ray-dio Enterprises

Founder


Education

Brown Institute


Web References(11 Total References)


KLOH: Christensen Broadcasting: About Us: Staff

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KLOH: Christensen Broadcasting: KLOH: Bios: Mylan Ray

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Mylan Ray
Mylan Ray Photo of Mylan Ray After attending the nation's top broadcasting school, Brown Institute in Minneapolis, Mylan Ray started his broadcasting career at WOKC in Okeechobee, Florida. Fifteen months later, Mylan moved up to a major market and performed an on-air show in the greater Miami area for Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood on station WGMA. In 1975, Mylan returned to his hometown area of southwestern Minnesota, working in Pipestone for KLOH Radio as an on-air personality, music director, and program director. For 30 years, Mylan has been on the air for all 3 stations owned by Christensen Broadcasting, occupying - at one time or another - every possible air shift. At one point, Mylan had a daily show on all three stations, KLOH, KISD, and K-JOE. Mylan's popular air show, the "SUPER GOLD HOUR" eventually helped convert KISD's format from Contemporary/Pop to one of Pure Gold Oldies. Mylan is currently hosting the Morning Show on KISD -- weekdays from 6 AM to 10 AM. Along with his "on-air" presence (one that many in southwest Minnesota basically grew up listening to) Mylan was the first "mobile DJ" in the area to perform at dances, having started his business "Ray-dio Enterprises" in 1977 using the name "Outlaw Disco". Over the course of 28 years, Mylan's estimated 1,500 dances have covered much of southwest Minnesota, southeast South Dakota, and northwest Iowa and it is still going strong. Today, his mobile music is simply billed under his name - "Mylan Ray". Always enterprising, in 1999 Mylan created "Main St. Jamboree", a two-hour country radio show performed downtown at the Pipestone Performing Arts Center and broadcast "live" over KLOH radio. Thirty-plus shows later, over a hundred local and regional performers have appeared in the program. "Main St. Jamboree" continues to raise funds for the Performing Arts Center, while showcasing many artists on "live" radio who may not otherwise have received the chance. Hosted and produced by Mylan Ray, "Main St. Jamboree" brings a taste of the Opry, Branson, and Hee-Haw to the upper Midwest on a regular basis. In the process, it helps many talented performers get discovered and make a valuable connection in Music City. Thanks to his radio career, Mylan has personally met hundreds of national recording stars, interviewed countless artists (from Alabama to Merle Haggard), and been involved in every kind of music venture possible, from song writing and booking agent....to writing a column for a local music publication. All this has earned Mylan the reputation of being the area's "Music Man".


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Speaker: Mylan Ray
After attending the nation's top broadcasting school, Brown Institute in Minneapolis, Mylan Ray started his broadcasting career at WOKC in Okeechobee, Florida. Fifteen months later, Mylan moved up to a major market and performed an on-air show in the greater Miami area for Fort Lauderdale- Hollywood on station WGMA. In 1975, Mylan returned to his hometown area of southwestern Minnesota. Working in Pipestone for KLOH Radio as Air Personality, Music Director, and Program Director. For 40 years, Mylan has been on-the-air for all 3 stations owned by Christensen Broadcasting. Occupying- at one time or another- every possible air-shift. At one point, Mylan had a daily show on all three stations ... KLOH - KISD - and KJOE. Mylan's popular air-show, the "Super Gold Hour", eventually helped convert. KISD's format from Contemporary-Pop to 100% True Oldies. Mylan currently hosts the Morning Show on KISD weekdays, 8 a.m. to noon. He is on K-JOE (Country) weekdays from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. Mylan also produces and hosts "Cross Country", a Christian Country, Inspirational program .. Sunday mornings .. 6 a.m. to 7:30a.m. on KLOH. Along with his "on-air" presence (one that many in southwest Minnesota basically grew up listening to) Mylan was the first "mobile DJ" in the area to perform at dances. Having started his business "Ray-dio Enterprises" in 1977 using the name Outlaw Disco. Over the course of 38 years, Mylan's estimated 2,000 dances have covered much of southwest Minnesota, southeast South Dakota, and northwest Iowa and is still going strong. Today, his mobile music service is simply billed under his name, Mylan Ray. Always enterprising, in 1999 Mylan created Main St. Jamboree. A "live" two­ hour country radio show performed downtown at the Pipestone Performing Arts Center. Over a hundred local and regional performers have appeared on over 40 shows. Main St.Jamboree was a major fundraiser for the Arts Center. Showcasing many artists on "live" radio .. who otherwise may not have ever received the exposure. Hosted and produced by Mylan Ray, Main St. Jamboree brought a taste of the Opry, Branson, and Hee-Haw to the upper Midwest on a regular basis. In the process, helping many talented performers get discovered and make a connection in Music City. These days, he occasionally produces "Mylan's Music On Main" as a fundraiser for the Pipestone Performing Arts Center. Thanks to his radio career, Mylan has personally met hundreds of national recording stars. Although, not a musician, Mylan has been involved in every kind of music venture possible. From songwriting and booking agent .. to writing a column for a local music publication. Mylan's personal business "Ray-dio Enterprises" has allowed him to work as a voice talent. Involved in producing agency radio ads, narrating promotional videos, and announcing at the Pipestone Civil War Festival. Recently, both KDLT and KELO TV stations have done "features" on his career. Mylan was inducted into the Iowa Rock & Roll Music Association's "Hall of Fame" in 2012. He was also inducted in the "Hall of Fame" for the South Dakota Rock


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Nominate Someone Today! Iowa Rock'n Roll Music Association 2012 Hall of Fame Inductee... Mylan Ray Mylan Ray started his broadcasting career at WOKC in Okeechobee, Florida, after attending the nation's top broadcasting school, Brown Institute in Minneapolis, MN. Fifteen months later, Mylan moved up to a major market and performed an on-air show in the greater Miami area for Fort Lauderdale - Hollywood on station WGMA. In 1975, Mylan returned to his hometown area of southwestern Minnesota, working in Pipestone for KLOH Radio as Air Personality, Music Director, and Program Director. For thirty-six years, Mylan has been on the air for all three stations owned by Christensen Broadcasting, occupying, at one time or another, every possible air-shift. At one point, Mylan had a daily show on all three stations … KLOH - KISD - and KJOE. Mylan's popular air-show, the "Super Gold Hour," eventually helped convert KIDS's format from contemporary-pop to one of Pure Gold Oldies. Mylan currently hosts the Morning Show on KISD weekdays, 8:00 a.m. to noon. He is also on KJOE (Country) weekdays, 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Along with his on-air presence, that many in southwest Minnesota basically grew up listening to, Mylan was the first mobile DJ in the area to perform at dances. He had started "Ray-dio Enterprises" in 1977, using the name Outlaw Disco. Over the course of twenty-eight years, Mylan's estimated 1,500 dances covered much of southwest Minnesota, southeast South Dakota, and northwest Iowa, and is still going strong. Today, his mobile music service is simply billed under his name, Mylan Ray. Always enterprising, in 1999, Mylan created Main St. Jamboree, a live two-hour country radio show performing downtown at the Pipestone Performing Arts Center. More than a hundred local and regional performers appeared on over forty shows. Main St. Jamboree was a major fundraiser for the Arts Center, showcasing many artists on live radio, who otherwise may not have ever received the exposure. Hosted and produced by Mylan Ray, Main St. Jamboree brought a taste of the Opry, Branson, and Hee-Haw to the upper Midwest on a regular basis. In the process, it helped many talented performers get discovered and make a connection in Music City. Thanks to his radio career, Mylan has personally met hundreds of national recording stars. He has enjoyed the chance to interview countless artists, from Alabama and Merle Haggard to Quiet Riot, and he has introduced countless more stars on stage. Although not a musician, Mylan has been involved in every kind of music venture possible, from songwriting and booking agent, to writing a column for a local music publication. Mylan's personal business "Ray-dio Enterprises" has allowed him to work as a voice talent and guest speaker, along with producing agency radio ads, narrating promotional videos, and announcing at the Pipestone Civil War Days. Mylan has a massive record collection and extensive music trivia knowledge, which has earned Mylan the reputation of being the area "Music Man."


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Mylan Ray
Mylan Ray started his broadcasting career at WOKC in Okeechobee, Florida, after attending the nation's top broadcasting school, Brown Institute in Minneapolis, MN. Fifteen months later, Mylan moved up to a major market and perform... More Details >>


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