Kevin and Taylor have hosted one of the most consistently successful music morning shows in Atlanta for over 15 years. With a blend of encouraging music, real life conversations, and good clean fun, listeners will feel like Kevin and Taylor are a part of their own families. They’ve been recognized with numerous industry awards including Radio and Records Personalities of the Year and “Best Morning Drive Show” by the Atlanta Journal Constitution.
This show is first and foremost a place that is safe for the whole family. A show that moms and dads can listen to and be entertained with music and content that’s relevant to their life and enjoyable for their family. The best part is there’s no changing stations to avoid topics the kids in the car shouldn’t hear.
About Kevin & Taylor
On the “Kevin & Taylor Show” we try to share “welcoming heart of God” while having “Good, Clean, Fun.". The Kevin and Taylor Show is a safe place to hang out, a judgement free-zone where we can do life together, laugh at ourselves and lighten the load of everyday life.
Kevin has called Atlanta, and mornings on 104.7 The Fish, home for almost 20 years. He and his wife have raised all 4 of their kids here and consider themselves ‘Northeners by birth and Southerners by Divine Intervention’!
When Kevin isn’t on the radio he loves being with his wife Tracy and their 4 kids; Kyle, Autumn, Amber and April.
He also has 5 rescue dogs; 2 retired racing Greyhounds, a Spanish Galgo, a Podenco (also from Spain) and an Australian Shepherd.
Kevin Avery is an avid (his wife would say obsessive) cyclist. You’ll find him cranking out the miles on the Silver Comet Trail, spinning around Buckhead or grinding out the climb at Kennesaw Mountain. Fun Fact! Kevin once rode over 10,000 miles in one year! He’s also very involved in church as a mentor and attends the men’s events regularly.
Taylor Scott loves traveling, her husband Glenn, and their dog 'Alex the Wonder Mutt'! She's the middle child of 5 girls, and loves all her sisters dearly. She coaches 3rd-5h graders in her free time through a program called "Girls on the Run". Taylor considers herself a bit of a "Tom Boy". She hates shopping, and loves trail running, mountain biking, road cycling, hiking, cross-country skiing and have run 2 half marathons and 2 full marathons. She loves Jesus above all, and is happiest when she's outside with her husband on a sunny day.