Wes Griffith was born in Macon and has always been a strong advocate for celebrating Macon’s musical heritage. He went to Tulane University (because it was in New Orleans, his second musical home) and has now built a successful career in the hospitality business as the President of Moonhanger Group (Rookery, Dovetail, H&H Soul Food, Capitol Theatre). Griffith is a co-founder of Creek Media, serves as the station’s program director and hosts the Afternoon Drive.
Rob Evans is a co-founder of 100.9 The Creek and chief engineer at Capricorn Sound Studios. Rob enjoys ice fishing in the Bahamas, long walks on short piers, and rom-coms with Owen Wilson. He is the husband to his beautiful wife Heather and father to two wonderful girls, Callie and Cate. .
Anthony Ennis was born in Atlanta but has spent most of his life in Macon. He is involved with the theatre scene in Central Georgia and has a deep appreciation for the arts. Along with overseeing The Creek operations, he hosts the Midday Show.
Charles Davis is a local musician who has performed on multiple stages throughout the Southeast. He has also acted in many plays and productions in the surrounding Macon and Central Georgia area. He has a deep appreciation of music, with his inspirations ranging from Otis Redding to Frank Sinatra. Charles is the official voice of 100.9 The Creek and co-host of “Creekside Mornings” along with Sam Stephens.