It’s hard to separate RadioNemo from the original and legendary “Road Gang,” the pioneering radio show begun by Charlie Douglas dedicated solely to the professional over-the-road truck driver. That’s because Dave Nemo was part of the old “Road Gang” from its earliest days, and he’s kept the standards and traditions alive for almost 50 years.
Fast forward to 1998. That’s when Bill Hudgins, then editor of RoadKing, called Dave to tell him that “a cute couple” who wrote some trucking Christmas songs were on the cover. Bill asked if Dave would like to have them on the air and he said yes. Michael and MaryKay Burns were that couple. And with that, the wheels started turning and they haven’t stopped since.
RadioNemo remains a small, family-owned company with one goal: To serve the professional truck drivers of North America. Our truthful and helpful programs will keep you informed, aware, and proud of what you do and who you are. Add plenty of laughter, and you’ve got us pegged.
President, On-Air Host
Dave Nemo grew up glued to the radio. He studied communications in college and was the campus station program director. That led to being hired for weekend work at WWL Radio in New Orleans in the winter of 1969. He’s proud of his service in the U.S. Army and was fortunate to be a radio host on AFKN in Seoul, South Korea. Back in New Orleans, his career in trucking radio began in the summer of 1972 when he joined Charlie Douglas and The Road Gang. Today, he’s honored to serve the men and women of the “Wonderful World of Trucking” across North America through SiriusXM. Dave says one of the best things he ever did was to start the St. Christopher Fund with his dear friends Michael Burns and Dr. John McElligott. Dave is honored to be on the Truckers Against Trafficking Board of Directors. He considers himself lucky and blessed to have such a wonderful team at RadioNemo. Dave plans to ride along with you for many miles to come.
Tim Ridley was born in Tennessee and grew up in Georgia. With a trucking career that begins in 1984, Tim has been a small fleet owner and a driving school instructor along with holding several management positions. Tim is proud of his two million miles of safe driving (one million with a single company), his Ph.D. in Christian Education, and his service as a military chaplain. He now gives his time as a reserve police officer and board member for The St. Christopher Fund. Along with playing the sax and drums, Tim enjoys weightlifting, model railroading, camping, riding his motorcycle, and spending time with his family on the Mississippi Gulf Coast where they live.
Jimmy Mac is a native New Orleanian who has visited 49 states and called 4 of them home. Having worked in law enforcement, education, contracting, and the entertainment industry, he is now proud to be a member of the RadioNemo family. Jimmy loves that he gets paid to talk infrastructure, transportation, movies, books, and destinations on Dave Nemo Weekends and The Dave Nemo Show with people he adores. He would like to thank Boudreaux and Snake Pontchartrain for giving him this opportunity.
Michael Burns is a native of Southern California who grew up in Monterey and Michigan. In Michigan, his best friend and neighbor’s father was an over-the-road trucker who parked his rig in the driveway where the boys could explore it. While the KW was cool, Michael was forever hooked by the sound of that two-stroke diesel. He was an over-the-road trucker for five years. After writing the holiday trucking song, “Christmas Comes on Eighteen Wheels,” he met Dave Nemo, and after hosting the weekend show, he and Dave became business partners. Now, Michael shuffles the papers in the Ocean Springs front office that keep RadioNemo on the road. He is proud to be an integral part of RadioNemo.
Media Relations Representative
Donna feels blessed to call Tennessee her lifelong home. As a Media Relations Representative, she enjoys connecting companies with their target audience through sales and marketing. When not immersed in the trucking industry, Donna spends her free time loving on her little ones, attending hundreds of concerts, and training with her local fitness community.
Sidney was born in Kansas and has lived in Mississippi since she was five years old. She is the proud studio producer who greets you with a smile when you call Dave Nemo Weekends (home of the SidBit) or the Tim Ridley and Dave Nemo shows on Fridays. She also works on the RadioNemo website to ensure our listeners know what's coming up each week. While new to the trucking industry, she has learned a lot from our callers and guests since joining RadioNemo in 2018. A self-proclaimed happy weirdo, she enjoys reading, painting, listening to music, and hanging out with her twin sons.
Dre was born in Natchitoches, the oldest town in the Louisiana Purchase. He now resides in Biloxi, where he moved to be closer to his family. They sparked his fascination with trucking. His brother trucked for many years and Dre used to ride with his dad to deliver recycled products off his flatbed. Phonemaster Dre is a studio producer and occasional on-air presence who uses his nine years of DJ experience to his advantage. When he’s not in the booth, he’s actively enjoying sports, exercise, yardwork, playing with his dog, and spending time with family.
Born and raised in Thibodaux, Louisiana, Meredith joins Radio Nemo after many years in Sales and Customer Service. She earned a BA in Communications from Loyola University New Orleans, and after working for Broadway.com and the Sundance Film Festival, she finally made it back home to south Louisiana. She worked here in New Orleans as a Visitor Services Agent at the National World War II Museum and as a Box Office Supervisor at House of Blues. Meredith’s most recent role was at Louisiana Motor Coach as Project Manager for American Cruise Lines, using all of her expertise to ensure a seamless experience for guests and drivers.
Zee Taylor moved to Nashville from New Mexico when she was fifteen. Frequently driving back home to visit, Zee discovered a love of long road trips. Though never a professional driver herself, she has several family members in the industry. Zee started answering phones part-time for Dave in 2007. By the next year, she was a full-time employee, eventually becoming an on-air personality. When RadioNemo moved to Mississippi in 2014, so did Zee, who also moved to the administrative position she happily holds today.
Chris was born in South Florida. While his dad was an over-the-road trucker, Chris was in high school learning the radio industry and hosting his own show, "Metal in the Morning,” on KLEL. He is now the IT Director for RadioNemo. When he's not building something no one has done before, or maintaining an enterprise over four states, you will probably find him on or near the water with his family around Ocean Springs.
While Clare Marie has only spent a couple of weeks trucking over-the-road as a passenger, Dave Nemo did teach her to drive, and that’s gotta count for something. After a 14 year career that included booking guests, creating commercials, co-hosting Dave Nemo Weekends, hosting “Highway to Health” and “Pet Stop,” and taking you forward into the past on “The Timeline,” she stepped down from full-time duties at RadioNemo to pursue an MFA in Sound Design at The California Institute of the Arts.
Sponsors AutoNation and SiriusXM also return on the No. 60 entry, giving MSR a big 1-2 punch
(22 July 2021) Pataskala, Ohio – Today, Meyer Shank Racing (MSR) announced that Helio Castroneves will return for a full NTT INDYCAR series season in 2022 and will attempt to be the first five-time Indianapolis 500 winner in the sport’s history as he is set to pilot the No. 06 AutoNation/ SiriusXM Honda.
“Drive for Five” is the 2022 theme as MSR, AutoNation and SiriusXM go for the record books.
“I am thrilled to get the chance to go for a fifth Indianapolis 500 win, and so excited to fight for the INDYCAR championship again with a full season of races next year with Meyer Shank Racing,” said Castroneves. “Mike (Shank) and Jim (Meyer) have developed some incredible sponsorships with AutoNation and SiriusXM, and having that support is critical. I have been missing racing in INDYCAR full time so much! So I cannot wait to get a head start on next year with some strong races to finish this season.”
It didn’t take long for MSR and Castroneves to show their synergy as the Brazilian went on to win the 105th Running of the Indianapolis 500. The victory was historical on many levels – the first race where fans were back at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Castroneves’ record-setting fourth Indianapolis 500 victory, and the first-ever INDYCAR Series win for MSR.
Meyer Shank Racing continues to deliver on its plan for success. MSR went from a one-off Indianapolis 500 outing to an Indianapolis 500 winning team. And now, in their fifth year, the INDYCAR team will continue that plan with two full-season entries starting in 2022.
MSR also announced that the No. 60 AutoNation/ SiriusXM Honda, which has been driven by Jack Harvey for the past few seasons, has been renewed for 2 years, with a new pilot. The team is excited to continue its relationship with long-time sponsors AutoNation and SiriusXM, and welcome a dynamic new driver, who will be announced soon.
“We wish Jack much success and we know he will continue to be a driver to watch,” said MSR co-owner, Mike Shank. “MSR is excited to have Helio on the 06 car next season and we’re looking forward to adding a driver, who will turn heads in the 60 car.”
The expansion of the team would not be possible without AutoNation and SiriusXM which have supported MSR since its first outing at the 2017 Indianapolis 500. In addition, Liberty Media’s minority investment in Meyer Shank Racing – which is attributed to the Formula One Group – in 2020 has shown the great potential that the team has for future motorsport endeavors.
In just 42 INDYCAR Series races, MSR has collected an Indianapolis 500 victory, two podiums, two-front row starts, and 12 top ten finishes. In addition to the team’s on track accomplishments, MSR is also in the final stages of building a brand new 43,000 sq. ft. shop in Pataskala, Ohio.
“There are so many people around us that have given us the opportunity to expand to two full-season entries for next year,” said Mike Shank. “My partner Jim Meyer and I have done this in a way that makes sense for us. I am very excited to have Helio (Castroneves) onboard for the 2022 season and I think there will be a lot of excitement around our second driver when we make that announcement as well.”
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About AutoNation, Inc.
AutoNation, America’s largest and most admired automotive retailer, is transforming the automotive industry through its bold leadership, innovation, and comprehensive brand extensions. As of June 30, 2021, AutoNation owned and operated over 300 locations from coast to coast. AutoNation has sold over 13 million vehicles, the first automotive retailer to reach this milestone. AutoNation’s success is driven by a commitment to delivering a peerless experience through customer-focused sales and service processes. Since 2013, AutoNation has raised over $27 million to drive out cancer, create awareness, and support critical research through its DRIVE PINK initiative, which was officially branded in 2015.
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ESPN U SiriusXM Hosts Rave About Michigan, Explain Why Wolverines Are So Dominant
For some, Michigan’s emergence this season has been something of a surprise, especially given the first game, a loss at Notre Dame. Now, after having dispatched three straight ranked opponents in spectacular fashion, the college football world is starting to take notice of the No. 4 Wolverines.
And it’s about time.
There was certainly an absence of maize and blue talk in the national college football landscape until just recently. With most of the talk being centered around Tua Tagovailoa and Alabama’s high-flying offense and stout defense and Clemson’s Trevor Lawrence and, well — same — the Wolverines had been somewhat lost in the shuffle.
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Whether it be that pundits didn’t believe in what Michigan was doing and the three-straight dominant performances changed minds and hearts or if that’s what it’s always been, save for the season opening loss, now people are paying attention.
And Tuesday, on Sirius XM’s ESPN U Channel 84 show Full Ride with Chris Childers (“the Show Pony”) and former PAC-12 coach Rick Neuheisel, they told the nation that it’s time to pay attention to the Michigan Wolverines.
“This Michigan football team right now is a force,” Childers said. “Michigan – right now: defense off the charts. Running game, really good. Passing game, coming along. Michigan looks awesome – awesome.”
Why does it look awesome now? Well, as a former coach, Neuheisel says that, while the defense continues to get accolades, it’s the offense that has changed things around.
The former Colorado, Washington and UCLA coach explains how one of the many new coaches on the staff this year has changed the culture, and how that, mixed with a new playmaking ability at quarterback has Michigan rolling like it hasn’t before.
“Michigan is fantastic,” Neuheisel said. “And while the defense has been the cornerstone and envy of those who watch them play, I think you have to give a big shoutout to that offensive staff that has come together and has gotten things squared away.
“We wondered at the outset of the season: who’s calling the plays? Because Jim McElwain, the former head coach at Florida is on the staff. Pep Hamilton – was he still the guy, given that they had struggled over the last couple of seasons, by their own standards? Was Jim Harbaugh going to assume it?
“The guy they went and got was Ed Warinner from Minnesota, who had been at Ohio State. And remember – when Ed was at Ohio State, and things were a little off the rails, he kind of got things calmed down, got J.T. Barrett’s legs back involved, and all of a sudden, the Buckeyes finished with a flurry, beating Michigan and playing Notre Dame in – I think it was the Fiesta Bowl – and playing wonderfully. And it was J.T. Barrett’s legs that created more air for his arm. Because you had to gang up on the extra gap that a quarterback run game creates.
“And, if you think about Michigan’s offense right now: what’s different from a year ago is the quarterback run game – at least the threat of it, right? They have found a way – I don’t know how dominant their athletes are up front – they’re certainly good-looking kids. But, they have found a way with zone read and some gap scheme and just well-played play action off of it to now affect the game.”
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With a solid run game, led by Karan Higdon, the Wolverines are versatile offensively. Given that Michigan doesn’t want to throw the ball too much, it reminds Neuheisel of the team ranked just behind Michigan: Georgia.
In fact, he sees two very similar teams in how they play and how they win games.
He explains what it is that makes both teams so capable offensively and why neither needs to pass too much to be among college football’s best.
“Shea Patterson – about 17 to 24 throws – they’re gonna get their chunks,” Neuheisel said. “Because you have to get up there to stop the running game, and now, all of a sudden, you’re gonna have a chance to make big plays downfield. Explosive football plays coupled with great defense create wining formulas and that’s Georgia and Michigan to a tee.”
Next, Michigan will take on an unranked Rutgers team that’s been winless since the season opener. That game will kickoff at 3:30PM EST from HighPoint Solutions Stadium in Piscataway (NJ) on Saturday.
The big contest, however, looms on Nov. 24 when Michigan takes on Ohio State in Columbus for a noon kick.
Special thanks to Allie Gehring, an American treasure, for the audio.
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