I have been in radio since I was 17 and in high school. It has become a part of me at this point and I hope to always have it in my life in some way. I was born in Maryland, raised in Virginia and Mississippi, spent a wild year in Louisiana after high school and have since decided Alabama is the place I want to be. I enjoying spending time with my son and family, getting together with friends to watch Alabama football and I never miss a Washington Redskins game
Sammy Watson is a native Tuscaloosan who began his radio career at age 19. Most of his on-air days were spent in country music and he now holds down the afternoon slot on Catfish 100.1. He loves country music and always attends the Frank Brown International Songwriters Festival in the Gulf Shores area. Sammy was elected to three terms on the Tuscaloosa City Council and now serves as Community Relations Director for DCH Health System. Sammy is active in the Tuscaloosa community and serves on a number of boards including the Police Athletic League, Shelton State Community College Foundation, Easter Seals, and Presbyterian Apartments
Hi, I’m the new guy that plays all the new country while you’re at work. I moved here in 2017 from North Carolina with my wife Laura & our daughter Bella. We’ll be looking for you at a local restaurant (we love to eat out), or maybe at the pool, the movies, the park or the next concert.