About Bill Lusby
Bill Lusby wears a couple of hats as program director and morning host. He's been getting up in the wee hours on his south county farm get to Annapolis for two decades.
On the air, he has interviewed countless authors, entertainers, and local personalities and banters with the news and weather staff.
Before his radio career, Bill was a professional musician for 25 years.
"I was a drummer, mostly. And it came time to get of the road and that schedule. I found that radio was still connected to entertainment," he said.
He started at WYRE, a small station that once broadcast from the A.L. Goodies building on Main Street. WRNR had its headquarters until it moved three years ago.
"I used to DJ at parties and school dances years ago. But I started doing mornings at WYRE and it took."
He moved to WNAV in 1995. He likes the small-town feel of the station and interaction with listeners. An elderly listener called to tell him he could have a load of records she wanted to get rid of. She called herself Granny.
"So I started playing them on the air and it turned into 'Granny's Attic,' which I have been doing for two or three years now."