Scott Wynn

staff tim homeScott Wynn is a Northeast Ohio native and a 42-year morning show host, coming to WQMX 19 years ago. Scott is a 3-time National Award Winning Radio Personality, including a CMA (Country Music Association) in 1997, and a CRB (Country Radio Broadcasters) in 2013. In addition, he is 18-time National Award Radio Nominee. Scott
has a long and consistent great ratings history, and a terrific track record of hosting very successful morning shows around the country.

Scott also has a great record of success for national and local on-air endorsements, fueled by a strong passion for radio, and a deep commitment to clients. Also embracing a deep connection to country music, and station listeners, and events understanding that is where all great shows and stations begin. Scott is a fixture at Blossom Music Center serving as a stage emcee at Major Country concerts. Scott is also an avid station blogger, writing extensively for the very successful WQMX Website (

I have reviewed author Tony Agnesi's first two books in this series, and I am glad to review the third.  I think I'm like many.  I like to read, what I like to read. For me, I have to take something away from the words that I have chosen to invest in.  I love a good lesson, having my mind expanded, or be given something to mull over for a while afterwards.  That is this…
Monday, 11 November 2019 01:14

Veterans Day - Four Brothers!

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Today we celebrate Veterans Day, and it's one of my favorite days we observe each year.  A day that means more now to most than ever before, as events in the world have dictated over the past 20 years especially.  But veterans are amazing people, all with a story to tell.  I will share this story only because it's the one I have.  But I want to be very clear, it is only out of…
Tuesday, 12 November 2019 01:56

Local - Taste Of Vintage

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I was so honored to be the emcee again for the annual Taste Of Vintage event for the benefit of Goodwill of Akron and area.  This incredible fundraising event was held at the teriffic Quaker Square in Akron, as this was my tenth time hosting in the fourteen years that it has existed. I have been at WQMX for over 18 years now, and I love being a part of this community.  True, this community…
Thursday, 07 November 2019 01:24

Riding A Time Machine

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A week ago, we took a drive over to the Stambaugh Auditorium in Youngstown to see a very different kind of concert.  Windy and I went to see the Battle Of The Big Bands, featuring The Glenn Miller Orchestra and the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra  What a great venue, music and what a great time! Clearly, since Dorsey and Miller's heyday was the 1930's and 1940's the members are not original, but it makes no difference. …
Wednesday, 06 November 2019 01:06

The MVR - MVP!

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A few days ago, Windy and I took a short road trip over to Youngstown to see a Big Band Show (more tomorrow).  But she, as a native of The Yo, said we should eat first at a local place called the MVR   I Love This Sign On The Window! The amazing MVR has been there since 1927, or the year Charles Lindburgh flew across the Atlantic for perspective.  That's a long time ago,…
Thursday, 31 October 2019 01:01

Browns - It's Leadership!

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The entire area, Facebook, Sports Radio, and TV, are all talking about the 2-5 Browns.  They have been very disappointing, and fans are frustrated including me. I've heard all the talking heads, experts and fans.  Lots of yammer about this and that, but it's far simpler than most will articulate. It's not about a Left Tackle, who's playing and who's not.  It's not about injuries, or Cover 2, sealing the edge, running Chubb more, officiating,…
Wednesday, 30 October 2019 01:22

Garth Changed And Changes Everything!

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Now that Garth has come and gone, and the dust has settled at the Dusty Armadillo we can resume our lives. What a show! The crowd was huge and so was the show.  It's always funny to hear Garth make fun of himself on stage, and joke about how half the crowd wasn't born yet when he hit the scene.  It's sort of true, but still funny.  But what is true, is what Garth did…
Tuesday, 29 October 2019 04:32

We Go Way Back!

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Last night was one of the coolest things I've done in 38 years of doing morning shows on big Country radio stations across the country.  Garth Brooks came to the Dusty Armadillo for a Dive Bar Tour stop.  A place that holds about 700 ish.  What a great time!  Even to say the sentence, "Garth is playing the Dusty" still sounds strange. Windy and I were lucky enought to get to go, and it's an…
Monday, 28 October 2019 01:39


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I drive by this business a few times a week in Portage County off RT. 43, that has this gigantic Rhino in its front yard.  Looks like concrete, and it has weigh about a trillion pounds. The funny thing is, it's on a chain that secures it to the ground.  I heard an urban legend that it was stolen once. I have no idea if that is true.  What, did Thor and the Incredible Hulk…
Thursday, 24 October 2019 08:16

A 50 Year Wait!

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I can honestly say I have never waited 50 years to see one of my favorites in concert. Until now.  As a young kid, for some reason, I became facinated with the music of Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass. Maybe because my parents were fans.  I mean I was about 4.  I have listened to his music my entire life.  From the old to the very new.  (He has a new album out  #1…
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