Weekdays 6-11 AM
Saturdays 3-8 PM

Doug Dino

Doug Dino is from Fayetteville, NC, and has been living and working on the Outer Banks since 1989. He came to the Outer Banks to be the sound engineer for The Lost Colony Outdoor Drama and has also worked at Roanoke Island Festival Park as Museum Technician for the Theater Spaces, and as a Historical Interpreter. He started working on 99.1 the Sound in 1992 as host of the popular Sunday Morning Classics classical music show but has since been the host of every daypart on the station. Doug is also a musician, with a degree in Music from Pembroke State University and can be heard performing with bands throughout the season on the Outer Banks.

Weekdays 11 AM-2 PM
Sundays 10 AM-3 PM

Christian Benedi

Calling the Outer Banks Home for the better part of his adult life, Christian came to the beach one summer to work while in college, and basically never left. A self-proclaimed, “nice, fun at a party” kinda guy, he always has a radio on and continues to be a treasure trove of mostly useless, yet somehow useful knowledge.  Recently welcoming a daughter into the world with his girlfriend Amanda, 2020 has been full of surprises. You can catch him as a performing musician around town, too!

Weekdays 2-7 PM
Saturdays 10 AM-3 PM

Lisa Brickhouse

Lisa Brickhouse has over 30 years of experience in the field of voiceover and broadcasting. She first cracked the mic at East Carolina University way back in 1989.  Lisa has always loved music and truly believes that “Music makes the world go round.” Besides being a DJ on 99.1 The Sound since 2003, Lisa has her own voiceover company “LBD Voiceworks,” where she flexes her vocal muscles on anything from radio & TV commercials to instructional and motivational videos, podcasts, audiobooks, company directories, and station imaging. Lisa always jokes that when she was a kid her Daddy and his friends used to pay her not to talk. Now she loves the fact that she gets paid to talk and she loves using her voice for the good of others.  In her spare time, Lisa volunteers for several nonprofit organizations along with being the creator and organizer of the annual Dare2Care OBX Shred Fest!

Weekdays 7 PM-Midnight
Sundays 3-8 PM

 

Gem Meyer

Gem Meyer brightens up your weekday evenings and Sunday afternoons on 99.1 The Sound. Growing up in Iowa, he began his radio career while attending Drake University in Des Moines. Several years after graduating, he moseyed down to Texas for six months, (which he says seemed as if it were six years), then headed east where he served the U.S. Congress as a Communications Director. While in Washington, DC he also kept his fingers in broadcasting where he did voiceovers on numerous state, regional and national television and radio commercials and also narrated a variety of programs for Voice of America.

In Washington, the Kidd met the love of his life Shelley, with whom he just celebrated their 38th Anniversary. After 13 years in the nation’s capital, the two moved to the Outer Banks to open a group of successful Made In The USA boutiques and welcomed their daughter, Hannah, into the world. During that time, he kept his fingers in broadcasting working in OBX radio, including at Beach 104, 99.1 The Sound, and WCMS, among others, while also voicing commercials for local and regional television companies.

Weekdays 10 AM & 10 PM

The 10@10

Join Doug Dino as he takes a trip in the time machine and plays 10 songs, all from a different year. Take a trip down memory lane, learn the history behind the music, and much more every weekday morning at 10 AM.

Saturdays 10 PM-12 AM

Little Steven’s Underground Garage

What do Buddy Holly, The White Stripes, The Shangri-Las, The Beatles, and The Ramones have in common? Little Steven’s Underground Garage! Each week, Little Steven takes audiences on a two hour trip through all 60 years of Rock and Roll, and its roots. Not only does The Underground Garage play the coolest Rock records ever made, but it has helped introduce over 700 new bands throughout the history of the show. Over 40% of the format dedicated to new music and emerging artists. The show also features history, anecdotes, fun facts, and occasional interviews. Click here to learn more about the show.

Sundays 8-10 AM

Acoustic Cafe

Acoustic Café is a two-hour weekly radio show produced and hosted by Rob Reinhart, who started the show in 1995. Each week, listeners around the globe tune in to Acoustic Café to hear the latest from today’s great songwriting talents. It’s hard to put a definitive label on Acoustic Café’s music selections. After all, a good song is a good song… any individual set of music could contain a bit of country, rock, blues, folk, pop… and more! In addition to classic songwriters (oh, you know who they are…), Acoustic Café wants to bring as many newer talents to the table as possible. That’s the best description we can conjure… now, hear this week’s program by clicking here! Also, you can hear a few years’ worth of our interviews and performances by visiting the archives here. Enjoy.

Sundays 10 PM-12 AM

Jazz with James

The best in smooth and contemporary jazz every Sunday night.