Driftless Weekend

with Rotating Hosts

Saturdays at 10AM

Second Saturday of the month Driftless Weekend with hosts Caroline and Kerry——bringing you conversation and a delightful mix of eclectic music.

Host Dave Krier brings a mix of classic country, folk, bluegrass and pop, often with a leaning towards the 70s and 60s.  Many old favorites, along with some new music.

Email: weekenddave@wdrt.org

G-Man and Pauly host the 4th Saturday every month of the Driftless Weekend Show.

G-Man is Gary Gutknecht of Richland Center. He was a physical education teacher at Ithaca (now retired). His has also been a traveling DJ since the 1980’s. He likes to play AM hits on the show to fool Pauly.

Pauly is Paul Knower of Richland Center (formerly from Hillsboro). He is a semi-retired business owner (METCO). He likes to play FM music and agitate the G-Man!

They share a common interest in music from the 60’s and 70’s, and are happy to be a part of the Driftless Weekend crew!

Driftless Weekend

with Rotating Hosts

Saturdays at 10AM

Second Saturday of the month Driftless Weekend with hosts Caroline and Kerry——bringing you conversation and a delightful mix of eclectic music.

Host Dave Krier brings a mix of classic country, folk, bluegrass and pop, often with a leaning towards the 70s and 60s.  Many old favorites, along with some new music.

Email: weekenddave@wdrt.org

G-Man and Pauly host the 4th Saturday every month of the Driftless Weekend Show.

G-Man is Gary Gutknecht of Richland Center. He was a physical education teacher at Ithaca (now retired). His has also been a traveling DJ since the 1980’s. He likes to play AM hits on the show to fool Pauly.

Pauly is Paul Knower of Richland Center (formerly from Hillsboro). He is a semi-retired business owner (METCO). He likes to play FM music and agitate the G-Man!

They share a common interest in music from the 60’s and 70’s, and are happy to be a part of the Driftless Weekend crew!

You can reach Paul directly using this form, or by sending a message to thetrain@wdrt.org

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