My name is Chris Brooks "The SunTan Microphone Man." I was born and raised in good Ol' Cleveland, Oh. There's so much that could be said about myself, but you probably wouldn't believe it anyway. I have been having fun on the radio now for a few years, just traveling and having a blast. After starting in Cleveland, I went to Akron, Ohio for a cup of coffee. Then onto Greenville, North Carolina where I started my professional wrestling career (which we will get into). Then I was in Roswell, New Mexico living amongst the aliens. Now, here in Cheyenne, where things get wild. After having fun doing radio things all day, I love to watch professional wrestling and eat grilled cheese sandwiches. I love grilled cheese so much that I got one tattooed on me (that's just one of many tattoos I have). Tune in Monday through Friday 6 am-10 am on Cowboy Country and enjoy the journey. I promise you won't be disappointed. Be safe and have a good one.
Women In Wyoming Are Now Allowed To Be Topless In Public
A recent court ruling could lead to women in Wyoming and surrounding states being able to be topless in public
Kanye West Just Became A Wyoming Ranch Owner
The ranch cost $14 million and it covers 4,500 acres.
No More Open Carry Of Guns Inside Wyoming Walmarts?
Walmart and Sam's Club are asking you to not open carry a firearm in their stores
Sir-Mix-A-Lot Brought Old School Back To Cheyenne Depot
During Cheyenne Frontier Days you never know who is going to perform. Yes, there will be plenty of country music concerts, but how about rap legend Sir-Mix-A-Lot?
Chancey Williams Debuts ‘The World Needs More Cowboys’ Video
Moorcroft, Wyo. native Chancey Williams and the Younger Brothers Band just released their music video for 'The World Needs More Cowboys'.
Wyoming Resident May Have Just Changed The Medical World
Out of Jackson Hole, Wyoming, a business owner just launched a medical device that you can wear with life-saving information on it, according to BuckRail.
Wyoming Highway Patrol Lost One Of Their K-9 Partners
Just this past Friday, November 9th, retired K-9 Wendy, passed away due to heart failures. She was on the force for nine years.