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About Linda Lou

Linda Lou's first radio job was at a very small country music station. She did the early morning show (playing country) hits. She also was the news director putting together news headlines, summaries from the Associated Press and gathered local news as well. While on the air a prominent programmer named Lee heard Linda Lou and hired her to work for the stationfor the mid-day show.

Linda instituted classic praise in 1995. Linda presently is on air in the mornings and thru it all, God has been right there all the time! Praise God!

About Devron Wilson

Devron is a native of New Orleans who grew up with a microphone in hand at a very early age. Devron has over 15 years of radio experience. Starting out in the mid 90’s Devron was one of the youngest radio personalities in the city. Devron is a graduate of Southern University at New Orleans; he holds a B.A. in Journalism and a M.A. in Criminal Justice.

Devron is known for his savvy jingles, diverse music selection and a unique on air style. Devron’s most memorable moment at K-75 was his pre-Katrina popular morning show that catered to the needs of many New Orleanians. Devron says that KKNO will forever be a household name that will continue to bless the world through music, teaching and preaching; ultimately seeking the lost at any cost!

About Daddy Cotton

Eugene Cotton III, aka "Daddy Cotton", has been with KKNO for twelve years. He's a retired music teacher, having taught vocal music in the Lafourche and Orleans Parish systems as well as a year in the Greenville, MS school system. He also teaches piano. He's has been a church musician and choir director for more than fifty years.

About Olga Johnson

Olga Johnson joined the K75 staff in 1989 to fill in for two weeks while the station found a permanent announcer for its weekend shift. Well, it’s been 22 years and it’s probably safe to say she must be the weekend announcer the station was looking for.

Olga has a Bachelor Degree in broadcast journalism from Loyola University in New Orleans. She began her career in radio as a news reporter and then as news anchor. Olga views her radio shift as a music ministry. She says it’s her love of God that led her to becoming a gospel disc jockey. She’s had the opportunity to MC at the concerts of Ben Tankard and Helen Baylor to name a few. She has also MC’d a number of stage plays at the Saenger Theatre.

Olga thanks her listening audience for keeping her energized all of these years. She says it’s their requests for the latest contemporary gospel songs and those old hymns of the church that inspire her musical selections during her shift. She reminds her listeners “that only what you do for Christ will last” each weekend on her broadcast. Olga looks forward to many more years of spreading God’s word through good Christian music on K75 am.

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