Ali Bradley, WPMT FOX43
Ali Bradley comes to Central Pennsylvania from Toledo, Ohio where she was a news anchor and reporter.
Ali didn’t exactly follow the conventional path when it comes to getting into the business. She worked as an assistant at Fox Sports Northwest after graduating with her Bachelor’s Degree from Washington State University… Go Cougs! She then moved to Los Angeles and worked on the HBO hits, True Blood and Big Love.
After three years of LA life, Ali pursued her true calling and is the lead evening anchor on FOX43 alongside Evan Forrester.
Kayla Kroh is a remarkable 21 year-old country pop artist originally from York, PA who is now residing in Nashville, TN. A beautiful and soulful singer, songwriter and stunning beyond her years in performance which has gained her a very solid following.
Kayla is a full-time student at Belmont University in Nashville, TN. She is majoring in Music Business, focusing on collaborative songwriting and performing. She never waivers from her music, but continues to strive to educate herself on every possible aspect of the music industry as she pursues her degree.
Be sure to following her career on all means of social media and at www.KaylaKroh.com
Half of the 2018 YorVoice Band Champion duo the Beaver Street Brethren, York native Andrew Gobel is back to take a turn behind the judge's table.
Known around York for performing at local music showcases and open mic nights, Andrew is a vocalist and percussionist who volunteers his time and his talent for many local events and non-profits.
Andrew is a founding member of Bike York, an initiative to help people bike safely. Bike York provides a free pop-up bicycle repair shops at city events and locations.
Following 35 years as the choral director at Northeastern and William Penn High Schools and teacher of piano and music theory, Randy is currently the Director of Music at Eastminster Presbyterian Church in York, adjunct professor of piano at York College, and the Director of the York County Senior Honors Choir and Concorde Vocal Ensemble.
His choirs have sung in Carnegie Hall and Washington National Cathedral, and he has led choirs in ten tours of Europe that included the great cathedrals of Great Britain, France, Germany and Italy. Randy has been awarded an Emmy for Outstanding Music Composition for public television WITF-TV's production of "Historic Pennsylvania”, and he is a Past President of the Pennsylvania American Choral Directors Association.
Lee King, Studio 117
Lee King is an entrepreneur who is dedicated to using his passion for innovation and creativity to guide others to fulfillment. As a partner in Studio 117 in Downtown York, Lee has committed much of his time to leading audio production and creative education initiatives for dozens of local school districts and colleges in Pennsylvania. Aside from his work in the studio and the community, Lee owns and operates an acoustics firm, an audio publishing company, and is a partner in a 3-D printing and prosthetic design company, Resin8.
In mid 2018, Lee became a father, an experience which he believes has brought clarity towards his purpose as an entrepreneur, innovator, and creator.