The 5 Questions Todd Harding Gets Asked The Most
I love meeting K99 listeners. Almost always, you have questions. Over the years I have been asked everything you could possibly imagine. Some questions come up more than others. There are certain questions that I have been asked almost every day of my life for the past 2 decades. I would like to share those questions with you and answer them as well.
1. What time do you get up?
I get up every morning at 2:45! And no, I don’t get used to it. I am tired right now.
2. Where’s Brian? or Where’s Susan?
I get this question a lot at live broadcasts. The honest answer is, “I don’t know”. I really don’t. Brian and I just don’t keep tabs on each other as much as we should. Brian is probably at home with his grandson. He may be sleeping, watching TV or doing laundry. Susan is probably at home playing with her horses.
3. Do you really like country music?
Yes. Yes I do, very much. When I was growing up my mom got me hooked on artists like John Denver and Charley Pride. The 1st album I ever bought was Kenny Rogers “The Gambler”. It was an 8-track. Some of my favorite artists now are Sugarland, Lady Antebellum, Zac Brown Band, and Collin Raye.
4. You got anything free?
If I am by myself or with my wife, no. No I don’t. I don’t carry prizes with me. If I am at a live broadcast, chances are very good that I do have something to give away. Giving away some really cool prizes is one of my favorite parts of the job. Right now K99 is giving you a chance to win a trip to see Jason Aldean in Los Angeles. Click here to win from K99!
5. How did you start in radio?
I took a communications class at Northeastern Junior College in Sterling. One of our projects was to create a 30 second commercial. My instructor liked my commercial and asked if I would voice a commercial for the college, so I did. It played on the local radio station (KMXX). They liked the commercial and the general manager asked if I had ever done any radio. I said, “no”. He replied, “Would you like to?” I said, “Yes” and the rest is history.
I am always happy to answer any question. Just ask! If you don’t run into me, you can always call the K99 request line at 1-800-500-2599 or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org