On Air



Kimberley Dawn is a powerful voice. To her friends, her powerful voice is known for speaking out for people or communities in need. To Manitoba radio listeners, that same powerful voice is known for her on air antics – sharing both informative and “always entertaining” information in current community and music news as a radio DJ at both NCI FM and QX104 throughout the years.
Now after 3 years of a hiatus she is back at the Mic for your Now Mornings with Kimberley and Steve, Monday to Friday from 6 – 10am
Kimberley Dawn is excited to promote and highlight Manitoba and Canadian Country music artists.
She is still hard at work as a Canadian and Manitoba country music artist. An award winning Country music artist, She has over 7 nominations in 2016 for her new album Til the Cowboys Come Home. She won Aboriginal performer last year at the MCMA’s ( Manitoba Country Music Association) awards.
When she is not on Air on Now Country Mornings, and not in the studio working on a new music, or touring, she is a Mental Health worker and runs her own residential care facility for 3 clients.
Kimberley Dawn although keeps busy. She has serious passion for several non profit organizations and dedicates her time to help bring to light the issues with missing and murdered women. She is an advocate for children and animals.

She can be heard on Now Mornings with Kimberley and Steve – weekdays from 6am to 10am!



Multiple award winner drummer Stephen Broadhurst has been part of the Winnipeg music scene since high school years. Playing the drums behind some of Canada’s top artists including Doc Walker, The Road Hammers, Harlequin, Amanda Stott, Sue Medley, Michelle Wright, The Wilkinsons, Diane Chase, Julian Austin, Rita Chiarelli, Loverboy, Dean Brody, Jason Blaine, Aaron Lines, Deric Ruttan, and Eagle and Hawk has played a huge part in making him the highly sought after player he is today. It has lead him to tour across Canada, the U.Sm Europe, Australia, and even to perform for our military in The Middle East. Steve started as a part of Now Country’s Featured Artist of the Week segment, and has since grown to co host of Now Mornings!

He can be hear on Now Mornings with Kimberley and Steve – weekdays from 6am to 10am!



At 6 months he was found inside a cauliflower. His first musical instrument was a broken comb and a dirty piece of Kleenex. He promptly formed a band called The Cauliflower Boys. Sadly, he was the sole member.

As a child he had few friends so he had lots of time to practice broadcasting in his room. Alone. An empty corn can was his microphone and his stuffed animals, his audience. Brian’s family moved a lot. But he kept finding them.

Brian has been a jock at Power 97, CITI FM, FREQ and Hot 103 until they found where he was hiding and had him escorted out of the building.

We haven’t found him yet. Hobbies include cooking, chasing squirrels, and watching the Simpson’s with all the people that live in his head.

Other careers have included Wal-Mart greeter, the drive-through boy at McDonalds and shoe cleaner at the bowling alley.

He was dismissed from the bowling alley for sniffing the shoes. Future plans include changing his name to Onob (Bono was taken)

He can be heard on The Brian Cook Show – weekdays from 1 to 6pm!