One of the most recognizable voices in Minnesota says he wants to be on the radio the rest of life.
Since 1986, people have been dialing in 92.5 FM to hear Tom Barnard start their day.
Jim Ertl from Park Rapids wants to know: Is pop music still popular? Brian Perra from Andover wants to know: Why does fresh cut grass smell? Paula Nystrom from Coon Rapids wants to know: What is the succession order of the British monarchy?
Politics have changed a bit since 1986. Back then, we didn’t have social media, the Internet or very many third-party candidates. So on the eve of this year’s election, we look back at an unusual one.
He’s being called the “unlikely spokesperson” for the pro-gay marriage cause.
Tom Barnard is talking. That’s not a surprise, since he does it for a living. But the reclusive broadcaster hasn’t granted a TV interview in nearly 23 years, until now.
Aflac is betting a sales manager from Minnesota has the voice to drive the name “Aflac” into the recesses of your brain and keep it there.