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Bob and Sheri

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Bob Lacey, raised in Old Lyme, Connecticut, began his career in radio at 9. After stints at various radio stations (and aliases of "Skippy Ross" and "Skip Tyler"), he was hired in 1971 by WBT in Charlotte to host his own evening phone-in show, "Lacey Listens." By 25, he'd been moved to morning-drive with his own talk show. During the 1980s, he was a host on then-sister station WBTV's local edition of PM Magazine, for which he traveled the world and won an Iris Award. Returning to radio at WBCY (now WLNK) in 1990, Bob was given his own morning drive show, joined by Sheri in 1992. Bob has been married twice, and will be married for the third time this summer to Mary, and has five children named Chris, Landon, Allie, John and one other who has asked not to be spoken about on air. He enjoys golf, wine, lobster, Maine, pugs, vacationing, lighthouses, and the music of the Rolling Stones.


Sheri Lynch grew up in Wyoming and Philadelphia, surviving a harrowing, dysfunctional childhood to which she occasionally refers on-air. She has worked in television and movies but created her own niche in radio when joining this show as an outspoken and articulate partner (not a female sidekick to a male host) in 1992. She has also published two books: Hello, My Name Is Mommy and Be Happy, Or I'll Scream!. She is the mother of two young daughters named Olivia and Caramia. Although the show is mostly comedic, Sheri often gives advice to callers in trouble and has a somewhat dark sense of humor.


Max Sweeten is the show's recording engineer, but he is often heard in the background and frequently comes to the microphone. He, too, spent some formative years in the Philadelphia area, then in Washington, D.C. He began his radio career in Virginia at age 18. Max does a great deal of voice-over work apart from this show, has won three Addy Awards, for his work in radio and TV commercials.


"Super Todd" Haller, the show's producer, screens all the callers and also appears on the air occasionally. He was nominated for Billboard's Music Director of the Year in 1996 for his work at WCHZ in Augusta, GA. He recently married in the Bahamas and has two children.


As The People's Movie Critic, Lamar Richardson gives a weekly film review on the show, usually on Friday. As a proud Anheuser-Busch employee, Lamar rates each movie on his "Bud Scale." Ratings range from "Zero Buds" to "A full six-pack of Budweiser," though a terrific movie might earn a twelve-pack, and a terrible one may receive a "Warm Zima." Lamar has also on occasion replaced Bob or Sheri in their absence. Lamar has three children, and has worked various jobs outside of radio.
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