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WRVK's "Living Legend" Pete Stamper!
Susan and Pete, along with fellow Renfro Valley Entertainer and WRVK DJ Wayne Combs, paid "Goober"a visit at his residence in Bowling Green, Kentucky.
On hand were (L-R) Wayne Combs
, Jason Proctor, Jeanine Lawrence, and Pete
WRVK's "Living Legend" Pete Stamper!
WRVK DJ Wayne Combs, paid "Goober"
a visit at his residence in Bowling Green, Kentucky.
On hand were (L-R) DJ Wayne Combs, DJ Jason Proctor, Office Manager Jeanine Lawrence, and Pete.
Meet the current WRVK Staff
Wayne Combs is an entertainer for the world-renowned Renfro Valley Entertainment Center, which is located just down the road from WRVK.
first appeared as a guest on the Renfro Valley Barn Dance and was always well received by the audience.
So when he
auditioned for a full-time position on the shows, he
was hired on the spot.
has been singing gospel quartet music since the age of 14 and enjoys singing many types of music.
He was a member of the Appalachian Troubadours and spent two years touring with the Calvery Heirs Quartet.
A seasoned performer well beyond his
wears many hats at Renfro Valley.
cherishes every minute spent with his
Renfro Valley family who he
says has made him feel like he
In addition to performing on many of Renfro Valley Entertainment Center's weekly stage shows, Wayne is also the host of Down in the Valley , a very entertaining one-hour paid presentation of Renfro Valley Entertainment Center, which is heard Monday mornings from 10AM - 11AM ET (begining March 2, 2009), only here at WRVK.
You can also hear Wayne
each Mon. & Tues. morning from 10:00 am - 1:00 pm.
In addition, Wayne
also currently writes and emcees the nationally syndicated version of the Renfro Valley Gatherin'
, which is broadcast on many stations nationwide, including here at WRVK
, where the Gatherin' is aired at 7:30 AM on Sunday Morning.
is mighty proud to be following in the footsteps of the late greats, John Lair, Grant Turner, and Jim Gaskin on the Gatherin'
Originally from Irvine, Kentucky, Wayne
now resides in Rockcastle County
with his wife, Pam Perry Combs, and their three grandchildren.
Wayne Combs, Licensed Funeral Director
joined our firm in the summer of 2012.
is a native of Irvine, KY and now resides in Berea
wife Pam Perry Combs and grandchildren Summer and Hunter King.
diverse background and love of serving people connects him with all walks of life.
At the end of the 2011 season Wayne
thirteenth year at Renfro Valley Entertainment Center
as an entertainer and continued to write and host the nation's second oldest radio program the Renfro Valley Gatherin' through the 2012 season.
Some of Wayne's other occupational history include: Berea Tourism specialist, Radio DJ, school bus driver, machinist, museum director, audio/video recording and editing and member of the Calvary Heirs Quartet
He became an ordained minister January 1st, 2012 and served as Associate Pastor for three years at West Side Baptist Church
Wayne enjoys serving the community with the Lakes Funeral Home staff.
Wayne Combs is a retired news broadcast journalist, minister, and college professor.
is a native of Hazard, Kentucky, and is a great-grandson of Bad Tom Smith.
As a teenager, Combs began a broadcasting career in Hazard at WKIC Radio, now WSGS Radio.
Although this is his
first book, Combs
has published several articles in national magazines.
Combs earned an undergraduate degree in communications from Park University in Parkville, Missouri, as well as Master of Divinity and Doctor of Ministry degrees from Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Kansas City, Missouri.
Dr. Combs lives with his
wife, Carol, in the Kansas City area.
Both have been commissioned Kentucky Colonels.
daughter, Christin, lives in the greater St. Louis area.
You can reach the author using this email: email@example.com
Singing From the Gallows by Wayne Combs
Hazard, Kentucky is the setting for this historical story enhanced with some fiction, amazingly well told by author Wayne Combs
, the great grandson of Bad Tom Smith.
"Bad Tom" Smith was a notorious and murderous character in the late 1800s and as a result of his
misdeeds was hanged in the town of Jackson, Kentucky for all to see.
Still, there is more to a man than his