Sean Kelly

Growing up in the Kansas City area, Sean became a fan of radio listening to the legendary rock station KY-102. After a friend introduced him to the band R.E.M, he delved deep into the college music scene of the mid 80s. Among the band he fell in love with were early alt-country artists like Jason and the Scorchers, Uncle Tupelo, and The Beat Farmers.

Since graduating from Northwest Missouri State University, Sean has worked for radio stations in Garden City, KS, spent time with K-101 in the mid 90s, did a two year stint covering weekends for KXY and The Twister in Oklahoma City, and managed restaurants in Tulsa and Kansas City metro before returning to K-101 in 2009