Let There Be Country
Tuesdays and Thursdays 9:00AM to 1:00PM Eastern Time
Before Country Kenny ever set foot inside a radio station he was a rodeo clown. Not just any rodeo clown. He was the best rodeo clown this side of the Hackensack River. But one day, Kenny’s hero, Cowboy Curtis was stricken with a nasty case of yellow fever and couldn’t compete in the rodeo. The only hope was if Country Kenny filled in for Cowboy Curtis. Them were some hefty boots to fill.
With sweat beading from his hat, the young Cowboy Kid straddled the bull and before he could even get a grip the gate flung open and that bull tossed Kenny face first into the crowd. The injury to his face was severe. It was that day when the Cowboy Kid was first told he had a face for radio.
In 2008 Kenny took his first broadcasting course with Professor Duff Sheffield as an undergraduate at Fairleigh Dickinson University. From then on it was hard to keep him away from a microphone. Kenny started substituting for nearly every show that WFDU has to offer. It didn’t matter what style of music he was playing but he eventually developed an unique blues program called “Kenny’s Barrelhouse” that quickly became his calling card. At the very same time, Kenny became a regular substitute for Let There Be Country, particularly filling in for his teacher, then LTBC host Duff Sheffield on Thursdays. Little did Kenny know that Sheffield was grooming the young Cowboy Kid to take reigns.
In addition to his on air work at WFDU-FM, Kenny O’Boyle serves as Operations Manager for the station. Outside of WFDU-FM Kenny is the Voice of Fairleigh Dickinson Athletics on both the Madison and Teaneck/Hackensack campuses where he serves as Public Address or Play by Play Announcer for various Men’s and Women’s Sports and reporter for www.fduknights.com. Kenny also co-host the "Greg Herenda Show" which covers all aspects of sports on Sundays at 8:00am.
LTBC: Let There Be Country is the longest running Country Music radio show in the New York Market. It was started by the late Paul Bain over thirty years ago and WFDU keeping his tradition of Classic Country Music alive in the 21st Century. Join Country Kenny O'Boyle, Travis the Travelin' Man and the country hits of the 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s, 00s, and today every Tuesday and Thursday from 9am-1pm only on WFDU.FM 89.1.