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About Kris Fisher
Kris Fisher was born and raised in Augusta. Surviving his younger years in South Augusta by mostly cowering in his bedroom playing Nintendo, he eventually graduated from Butler High School (Go Bulldogs!). He spent his 20’s roaming the southeast: His first radio show was live 6 nights a week from “The Largest Nightclub in U.S.A.” Club LaVela in Panama City Beach, FL. After nearly two years of liver damage and throwing his common decency completely out the window, he moved to Jackson, Mississippi and discovered that it’s nothing like any of the songs written about it. He eventually found his way to Blacksburg, Virginia. After discovering first hand that cheering for an ACC team is far less exciting than cheering for his SEC Bulldogs, he found his way back home to Augusta by way of the 95 Rock airwaves (R.I.P.). His homecoming was short-lived as he moved quickly to Corpus Christi, Texas to enjoy a south-Texas summer on Padre Island. With the start of HD983 in 2006, he returned home with the goal of becoming a hometown radio legend like his idols growing up- Dickie Shannon, Mark Summers and “Handsome” Harley Drew. Not including a year off to pursue a dream job turned nightmare, Kris has enjoyed being a staple of Augusta radio. With the exception of spending time with his wife and three kids, he enjoys nothing more than connecting with the town in which he grew up through his midday show and weekly column in the Metro Spirit.
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