KCMS/SPIRIT 105.3 Introduces New Morning Show

KCMS/SPIRIT 105.3 is happy to announce that it’s hired Scott Carty and Erica Parkerson for the station’s upcoming morning show.

Scott is a Seattle native and an all-around media personality—his background includes experience in radio, TV, and voice over. He has developed his talents at assignments in News-Talk, Talk, and music formats, including stints at KPLZ “Star 101.5,” KOMO Newsradio, KVI, KIRO, and KISM. His TV and Entertainment Correspondent experience includes time invested at The Daily Buzz TV national show, Northwest Cable News, Celebrity Page TV, and others. As part of that work, he’s talked with Oprah Winfrey, Morgan Freeman, Leonardo DiCaprio, Reese Witherspoon, Hugh Jackman, Jennifer Aniston, Harrison Ford, Jennifer Lawrence, Steven Spielberg, Roma Downey, Tyler Perry, and many others.

Erica has been a key part of two very successful team morning shows in the CCM format, including the previously-syndicated “Eric & Erica” show based out of WRCM in North Carolina, as well as mornings at SPIRIT-FM in Lynchburg, Virginia. While in Virginia, she founded Butterfly Hugs, a popular community ministry that connects radio listeners with friends and neighbors battling cancer.

Erica is a natural on-air storyteller, and an accomplished writer. She has written professionally for the Charlotte World and Charlotte Weekly newspapers and previously maintained a blog designed to inspire and encourage wives and mothers.

We are excited to have both of them join the new SPIRIT 105.3 Morning Show. SPIRIT 105.3 Program Director, Ty McFarland, comments about these changes, “Scott brings a sense of relaxation, conversation, and fun to everything he does.Erica’s a pro, she loves people, and she’s a ray of sunshine. It’s going to be an adventure! I’m thrilled that God’s brought them here.”

The new SPIRIT 105.3 Morning show will launch in mid-to-late October.

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