Roland Lajoie's voice has been heard on radio stations in North-Central Vermont since 1977, including every year on 93.9 WLVB's "Vermont Country Morning" program (5:00-10:00 AM) since the station first signed on in August, 1993. (Click on "Programs" to check Roland's interview guest schedule). Before WLVB made its debut, Roland co-hosted the early morning show on WDEV-AM 550 and FM 96.1. He is a Yankees, Montreal Canadiens and NASCAR/Kurt Busch fan  Roland has been recognized for his work on and off the air.  He has been honored by the Lamoille Region Chamber of Commerce, Lamoille County Farm Bureau, Lamoille Economic Development Corporation, Lamoille County Mental Health Services and the Orleans County Farm Bureau. In December 2019, Roland was inducted into the Vermont Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame.  He is a longtime member of the Morrisville Knights of Columbus.  Roland is the father of Claire & Daniel, and grandfather to James Joseph Zugec, Madalyn Therese Zugec and Isabelle Joy Zugec  of Pittsburgh, PA.  He and his wife Debbie live in Hyde Park village with their pets Amber and Teaka.


Tom McLeod has been working in radio since the age of 15. Having worked a variety of music formats over the
Tom McCloudyears, Tom has been immersed in the country music scene for the last 20 years. With an appreciation for new country music, Tom really enjoys the classics, bluegrass and Green Mountain artists. A native Vermonter, Tom enjoys serving the Vermont Country community with music and information. When not on air, you can find Tom busy with outdoor activities, reading up on nautical history and spending time with his family's Scottish Terrier, Nessie.

As a proud community member of the Morrisville community, Jeff has dabbled in the music industry for the last 20+ years in Lamoille County. An avid supporter of the local music scene, record collector, scenester, father & BASEBALL enthusiast.  Jeff can be heard as an occasional weekday substitute host when he's not working his fulltime job at Johnson State College.


Brent CurtisBrent Curtis started in radio at WSKI IN Montpelier in the early 70’s he went on to KTJO in Ottawa Kansas. Brent has been a play by play announcer in Central Vermont for over ten years. Whether it is college basketball, volleyball or football or high school football, basketball and cross country Brent has had the call. Brent has been calling WLVB high school basketball broadcasts since 2003, and in 2012 he was awarded “Media Person of the Year” by the Vermont High School Basketball Coaches Association. Brent continues to serve as the Communications Director for the Vermont Dept. of Transportation.  He lives in Montpelier.

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Take the Most Popular Music Format in the Country. Add Commitment to the Local Economy and Involvement in the Community. And You Get Lamoille County’s Most Listened-To Radio Station

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