Stitch Mitchell

Weekday Morning Host

Born in the Midwest as the 6th of 7 children, Stitch learned at a very young age that it’s not about “me”, it’s about “us”.

Having worked in radio for 30 plus years, Stitch has hosted shows in Las Vegas, Portland, Seattle and more. He’s now having a blast in Everett as KXA’s weekday morning host from 6am to 9am. When he’s not on the air you can normally find him on the golf course or barbequing with family and friends.

What to expect on his radio show? Ideally, something that will make you laugh, ponder and of course, the best music ever recorded!


Charlye Parker

Weekend Host

KXA is a return fond home for Charlye, being that she was in Everett at KWYZ Country radio in 1975.

In 2012, Charlye retired from radio after 21 years at KHAY and returned to the North Sound because it has always been her home. She heard Classic Country KXA shortly after moving back and fell in love with country music all over again! Luckily for KXA, our fans and music was enough to get Charlye to come out of retirement to share her weekends with you.

Charlye also competes in Cowboy Mounted Shooting and is a member of CMSA and SASS.


Heidi May

On-Air Personality

Heidi grew up in the Green Lake area of Seattle listening to the radio from an early age. She was a regular caller to KJR and KING Radio in the 70’s and knew from the age of 11 she was destined to be on the radio. On career day in high school, she sat in on the KZOK morning show.

After high school, Heidi landed her first radio gig in Puyallup at a country station called KJUN. The Program Director thought it would be a good idea to change her name to Chrissy Thomas. After Puyallup, Heidi left Chrissy behind and worked radio in Shelton, Tacoma, Everett and finally Seattle. She spent the 90’s at KBSG Oldies 97.3 and then landed at KJR-FM from 1999-2011. She spent time at Jet City Stream, Q104.5, KMPS and can now be heard on KXA and KRKO.

Heidi is a breast cancer survivor and has consistently been a top fundraiser for Komen Puget Sound and now Making Strides Against Breast Cancer.