Weekdays 5:30am – 10am
Paul Mendenhall started his career in Muncie at WERK while attending Ball State…he won’t say exactly when, but disco music may have been involved. He later graduated to “The Buzzard” (WNAP/Indianapolis) and a news talk station and managed a high school station at Ben Davis. He maintains an active real estate license in addition to his morning duties at WTTS, where he’s been the morning host since 2001. Paul, his wife Brenda, and family live on a lake south of Indy where he enjoys occasional water skiing and frequent cocktail cruises.
Weekdays: 10am – 3pm
Overeasy, Sunday: 7 – 11am and pm
A proud Hoosier (and Westfield Shamrock) alum, Brad Holtz started in radio at “The Buzzard” (WNAP/Indy), where he first ran into Paul Mendenhall. He strolled over to the “independent” world of WTTS several years later and has never looked back. On the weekends -or late in the afternoon when he can duck out- Brad can be found on the golf course, in the Rathskeller Biergarten when it’s warm, or more-than-likely IN the Rathskeller when it’s not. Hobbies include golf (playing & watching), Colts & NFL football, Vegas excursions, wine & cheese sampling, Talking Heads and Stones records, and chasing around Albert and Rusty, a rather bizarre combination of dogs (a sweet, gentle Weimaraner and a Miniature Daschund with a real attitude problem).
Indy Underground, Monday: 8pm-9pm
Laura Duncan was born and raised in Indiana, attended Indiana University and has enjoyed over 2 decades of broadcast bliss. Laura believes that music is the sustenance of life and has gone days without food or water, but never one day without music. It is her belief that one day, Dave Grohl will sweep her off her feet. She keeps all tickets stubs from every concert she has attended and has been known to give front row tickets to back row fans. Looking for a friend who is as passionate about music as you are? Hang out with Laura, weekday afternoons from 3-7. And check out her daily blog, Lauramerica.com.
After a lifetime in the front row, backstage, late nights, loud music, and bad craziness, Keefer now enjoys the life of a country gentleman, surrounded by a good woman, a faithful dog, and an ancient fishing pole. Keefer is heard, but never seen on weekends at WTTS.