Hippie Radio’s morning show is co-hosted by a true Nashvillian. Pam Case was born less than a mile from Hippie Radio’s Music Row studios, and never strayed too far. She knew early on she would be on the radio one day, practicing her “DJ voice” on a tape recorder her daddy gave her one year as a Christmas present.
By age 16, Pam was spinning country music tunes at her hometown radio station in Lebanon, TN, working her way thru college and beyond with various on-air radio gigs around middle Tennessee.
In those days, Pam didn’t miss a touring concert when they came through Nashville, which explains her deep-rooted love for all things “Hippie Radio” like Simon & Garfunkel to Chicago, Elton John to Earth, Wind & Fire and The Eagles.
Television also became a passion for Pam, following graduation from Middle Tennessee State University with a mass communications degree in radio, TV & film. An award-winning producer for both short films and local TV production, Pam was presented a Regional Emmy Award for a program she produced for Nashville’s CBS affiliate.
With 30+ years in radio and television, Pam says that one of her greatest accomplishments in the media business was meeting and marrying Joe Case, her husband of over three decades before he passed away in 2021.
With three grown children, and two beautiful grandsons, Pam has plenty to keep her busy. Health, wellness and hanging out with her “furry” family members are priority in her life.