Kentucky Car Shows
Featuring. . .Charlie Napier,  DJ to the Cars

Kentucky's oldest most experienced car show DJ with 37 years of experience.  I have worked at WRVK, WKXO, and  KIXS FM radios.  I was a member of the Renfro Valley Barn Dance from 1971-1987.  My  first car show was with the Rockcastle Region Rodders.  Since then I have had the great pleasure of working all over Kentucky and parts of Tennessee. My jouney has brought me back home to WRVK in Renfro Valley where I am sales manager and DJ Monday, Tuesday and Wednesdays from noon till 6:00pm.  WRVK is broadcasting via the internet so you too can listen to our classic music(www.wrvk1460.com).  Click on listen online.  Go to my facebook pages: kentuckycarshows.com  or www.kentuckycarshows.com or WRVK 1460 AM-Country Charlie

I love people and cars.  I make it a point to enjoy my  life with you.  I was a school teacher for 26 years, and now completely retired from Rockcastle School System.   We  have four children; Tammy, Amanda, Chuck, and Robert. We have six beautiful grandchildren: Zachary, Logan Daniel, Madisen Michelle, Kinsey, Caden, and Avery.  We  live in Brodhead, Kentucky.  I am married to Carolyn Settles of Mt. Vernon. (Sweet, but the Boss).  Adding two great grandchildren this year.  Added one great grandchild in 2012, and another great grandchild, Jase Napier in 2013.

 

                Madisen, Avery, Logan, and Caden pictured here with Grandpa.



My hobbies include singing, driving our 1971 Mustang, and doing car shows. The 66 Mustang was sold in 2010.  We bought my 66 Mustang back after more than 20 years of not knowing where it had gone.  Funny how it all turned out.  My youngest son Robert came home one afternoon from Rockcastle County High and said he had found a Mustang.  His Principal, Mrs. Ruth Hamilton, had one for sale.  He and I decided one afternoon to go up and look at it.  As soon as Mrs. Hamilton opened up her garage door, I knew it was our old Mustang.  It had a small crease in the center splash panel, and it was still there.  She made me an offer and I refused.  It went on for a few months.  Every time I saw her, I would hold up 3 fingers as my offer.  Each time she refused.  Much to my surprise one day, she motioned me to her office and gave in to my offer.  Well on October 25th, 2010, we sold the 66 Mustang to a lifelong friend, David Collins.  Guess what, David said it is not for sell ever.  We'll see as we as we head off down the road apiece.  David did put her in the four car garage with another Mustang just like her.  We now have a 1971 Mustang Convertible with 351 Cleveland.  We call it the Night Hoss.  Loves gas.
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Wife's birthday Party.Picture We'll keep the age a secret...OLD picture now!



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