DJ Biography’s For EarsRadio

Frank Anderson

Started in radio at 100,000 watts WPLB AM-FM in Greenville, Michigan in the 80s.He credits Bob Lewis, Larry Painter and Tommy Low for giving him the opportunity to make broadcasting a life long love. He has interviewed hundreds of country artists on air and at their concerts. He spearheaded the first WPLB country picnic with a concert featuring Jack Scott ( What in the worlds come over you, my true love etc). The second annual featured Billy Walker the Tall Texan and the third featured Rem Wall Columbia recording artist and he was with Gibson Guitars in Kalamazoo.
Frank founded the Michigan Classic Country Museum in Belding Michigan in 1990 and featured all the music he had in his vast collection (150,000 records). Later the Museum Dance Barn was begun and was located next door. It had a huge stage and dance floor and 29 bands came in and played each week on different Saturday nights for free in order to support the museum and dance barn. Pictures will be posted on this site of the Museum and Dance barn.
Frank's heart still remains dedicated to music, the promoting of artists around the world who sing, write songs and play music. This is how began, shortened by one of the earlier jocks that started with the internet radio station, into EARS Radio. Ears now proudly has 31 Djs from the USA, Canada, Ireland ,Australia and Germany and it is now a 24/7 365 days a year station. The link has been hit by 35 countries in the world and gets on average 30,000 hits per month. Not bad numbers for a station that began 19 months ago.
Frank credits EARS phenomenal growth to the outstanding DJS who have a wealth of experience in radio and/or music, the singers, musicians, song writers who appreciate us playing their music and our listeners who have a great knowledge and appreciation of music.