Shepherdsville man features musicians on his own Internet radio station
By Emily Hagedorn • email@example.com • April 7, 2010
As Tony Cullip puts it, his setup is “a little ‘Wayne's World.'”
But instead of a cable-access television show being filmed in a basement — as featured in the 1992 film starring Mike Myers and Dana Carvey — Cullip produces an Internet radio station, Knight Rider Radio, from his Shepherdsville bedroom.
A 65-inch television, which doubles as a third computer monitor, sits a few feet from his daybed. A small desk between the TV and bed hold laptop and desktop computers and a microphone. A set of headphones is wrapped around his bedpost.
Despite the modest setup, Cullip, a.k.a. DJ Knightman, has maintained his radio , which plays music and features interviews with musicians, for five years.
“We are live, and we have Jayc Harold here in the studio,” Cullip, 44, said during a recent show, in which he interviewed Harold, a honky-tonk gospel singer from Nashville.
Harold, 39, sat on Cullip's bed, strumming his guitar, while Cullip sat in his desk chair.
“Nobody move, and don't touch that mouse,” Cullip told the invisible audience.
Harold is Cullip's first live, in-person interview. He has done roughly 150 interviews over the phone, mostly with independent artists he…