Randy Miller is a radio veteran, performing on-air morning shows all across the country, including stints in Atlanta, San Diego, Pittsburgh, Charlotte, Cincinnati, and for many years in Kansas City.
Randy also performed on the morning show at KCTV5-TV in Kansas City for 2 years, and since 2005, has been the guiding and creative force behind Brainstorm Media, a full-service ad agency, serving great companies such as the VFW, Crowley Furniture, Gail's Harley-Davidson, Jess and Jim's Steakhouses, and many more.
Randy is also very proud of his work creating and co-hosting The National Defense radio show, which can be heard not only in the United States, but all over the world on Armed Forces Radio. The bi-weekly program reaches one million American service men and women, DOD civilians, and their families overseas, stationed on bases in 175 countries and on 140 U.S. Navy ships at sea. The show is going stronger than ever, and will soon be approaching 15 years.
Randy is the recipient of several broadcasting awards, including
"Air Personality of the Year" from Billboard Magazine and
the Radio Music Awards.
Michael Seward began his entertainment career as a disc jockey working alongside a Chiefs Cheerleader at an area club. He later joined up with a talented friend and they kicked off a long run as essentially Kansas City’s “wedding singers.”
Michael has appeared in a handful of television commercials in Kansas City over the years including a series of fun Ron Burgundy parodies for a local dry cleaning company. He has also played acting roles within the local independent film scene that included a lead role in an award-winning feature-length film for the KC Filmmakers Jubilee.
Musically, Michael has recorded and performed on drums with musicians from all over the country. He's recorded drums for Randy's talented daughter Charlsey and performed with her at venues including The Riptide Music Festival on Fort Lauderdale Beach (performing on the same stage following Salt-N-Pepa)! Michael continues to play drums at local watering holes, and regularly beats the drums for the Mizzou Alumni Band.
Michael has also worked alongside Randy on occasion on other programs such as "Randy Miller's Kansas City" on KCMO Talk Radio, The National Defense radio show and various regional TV show appearances.