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Brent Buchanan & Diane Henry -KHJ Morning Show Hosts

Item ID Starting Bid Bids Current Bid
32451 $50.00 4 $125.00

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Brent has been doing the KHJ Morning Show for the last 17 years.  Brent is a member of the Minto Country Music Wall of Fame as well as the New Brunswick Country Music Hall of Fame.  Brent has interviewed George Jones, Mel Tillis, Ray Price, Whisperin’ Bill Anderson, Terri Clark, Paul Brandt, The Road Hammers, Doc Walker, Brett Kissel, Michelle Wright, Tommy Hunter, Stompin Tom Conners and even Mr. Dress-Up. 

Brent is married to Rosie and has two children..Emma (13) and James (4). 

When Brent isn’t talking, listening or thinking about Country Music he likes to golf and cook.  Brent is also a 30 year member of the Nashwaaksis Lions Club.  Brent also helps organize The Fred Fulton Musical Tribute in Minto, with money raised going to the music programs in the Minto/Chipman schools.  Please bid on me, I hate eating alone!! 

Diane Henry has been a permanent fixture with Brent Buchanan on the KHJ Morning Show as co-host and news anchor for more than a year.  (Since Sept 3, 2013).

Before that, she was working as a part-time News Anchor and fill-in Morning Show Co-Host with Astral, now Bell Media, for two years. 

Simultaneously, Diane was the Manager of the Western District with the Canadian Cancer Society of New Brunswick. She managed several large fundraising events, including Relay for Life and Curl for Cancer, among others.

Before that Diane was the Content Producer and Host of Rogers TV's signature news show First Local, launching the very first live daily-news show for the cable network. Leading a team of nine reporters, Diane was responsible for development of program content, style, pacing, line-up, and leading host.

Diane has worked overseas in China, teaching journalism; and, graduated from the University of Kings College with a degree in Journalism.

In her spare time, Diane is interested in concerts, art, live theatre, film, photography, reading, and wine; and has a newfound passion for golf, curling, and the Montreal Canadiens.