Kincaid here. You might say I took the long way home. Grew up in Maryland, worked in Minnesota, New York and Denver. But now I’m home in Georgia with my wife, Erin, and our two sons: a three-year-old and a newborn. We’re adjusting from the double team to man-to- man. Well, actually it’s more like Erin’s being double teamed given my domestic skills. I have only two goals each morning. The first is to make you laugh while you battle Spaghetti Junction, or the 675 merge or the mess at 75 and the Perimeter. And the second is to not choke on my coffee when Dallas is, well, being Dallas.
Hey y’all, I’m Dallas! My life in a few words? Radio and Animals! This country girl’s story starts in Alexander City, Alabama – which is about as rural as you can get. One thing our town did have was a radio station. And I jumped at a chance to work there when I turned 13. A while later, the Big City of Atlanta called my name and I’ll bet you’ve never seen someone pack a suitcase faster. While I do love the city lights, I’m all about country living. When I’m not in the New Country 101-FIVE studios or out-and-about meeting our wonderful listeners, you’ll find me on my little farm out in Paulding County. Keeping company with 2 horses, 2 donkeys, 8 dogs and 6 cats.