Scott Mann is a 25 plus year radio veteran with a career that began in the late 80's in upstate New York. Since arriving in Myrtle Beach in 1999, Scott has become very active in the community doing charity work for just about any legitimate cause that asks, including the annual "Marathon For Meals".
Scott is also very active in the music scene around town. He hosts two specialty programs on WYAV-FM; "The Blues Hangover" playing blues from the 1930's through the present, and "Scott Mann’s Headshop" playing Jamband music from bands such as the Grateful Dead.
"These things are cool: My wife, my family, my dogs, my turtle, and my friends, The Grateful Dead, Classic Rock, live music especially Jam and Blues, organic food, my job, peace."
"These things are a drag: cancer, racism, homophobia, and other types of hatred, bad music, really bad music, Classic Rock songs in commercials, the crap being put in our food, war."
Meet Rick Roberts
Rick Roberts rocks the job site on Wave 104.1. In Rick’s 25+ year career, he has spent time all over the region, working everywhere from Atlanta to Charlotte, and now he calls Myrtle Beach Home. Rick is a father of a teenage daughter, a North Carolina sports fan, and a big fan of all genres of music but likes Classic Rock the best. Rick is a big believer in community service often donating time to different area charities.
Tommy Collins is the host of the top rated T&A Morning Show on WAVE 104.1 in Myrtle Beach. As a 25+ year radio veteran, his experience and candid sense of humor entertains thousands each morning. When not on the radio, he can often be found hosting various shows on local television and even has experience with national T.V. on the TLC Network. Tommy is also a former United States Marine and Gulf War Veteran. He lives in Myrtle Beach with his wife and three children.
Amanda is from Marshville, NC, a small town right outside of Charlotte. She was an official NFL cheerleader for the Carolina Panthers during the 2013-2014 season, before making her way to Myrtle Beach. Amanda has lived in the Grand Strand for almost 5 years, and has grown her career in broadcasting with radio and television. Catch her with Tommy Collins on the T&A Morning Show weekdays 6-10am.
Meet Charlie Steele
Hailing from the state of Kentucky, Charlie started in radio at the age of 17. Over the years he’s bounced around with stops at radio stations in Kentucky, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and now here in Myrtle Beach. When Charlie isn’t on the radio you’ll find him spending most of his time with his wife Terri and their dog Jesse. Weekends you might catch him smoking some BBQ in the backyard, sampling some craft beers at one of his favorite watering holes, or hanging out on Xbox Live playing games.