Ramblin Lou Schriver
Beginning as a teenager at WJJL in 1947, Ramblin' Lou Schriver parlayed his love of country and his relentless pursuit of the public ear into a career that probably knows no equal. Moving to WWOL in 1964 broadened his audience, and purchasing WMMJ in 1970 and transforming it into WXRL gave him the ultimate bona fides as a broadcaster. With tens of thousands of ferociously loyal fans, Ramblin' Lou has worked his way into the Country Music Disk Jockey Hall of Fame in Nashville and the Buffalo Music Hall of Fame here at home. Along with his wife Joanie Marshall, he's also a member of the Country Music Hall of Fame's Walkway of Stars. Ramblin' Lou's Family Band continues to perform regularly, and Lou still hosts his daily radio show each afternoon on WXRL.