Tanner started his radio career when he was 18. Since then, Tanner has lived across the country and is thrilled to call Fort Collins, Colorado, home. During his career, Tanner has been featured in Radio Ink’s 30 and Under Superstars and Reelworld’s 2018 Class of Rising Stars. Tanner is a vinyl record enthusiast, an avid reader, and a huge sports fanatic. Tanner fell in love with country music at age 5 when he was gifted an Alan Jackson CD. Tanner calls Tim McGraw, Chris Stapleton, Kacey Musgraves, and Garth Brooks his country music Mount Rushmore. When Tanner met Garth, he said “it was bigger than meeting the president.” You can listen to Tanner 5:00-10:00 AM weekdays on K99.
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