“Racin’ Mason” Dixon first appeared on Rob Byrd’s Moondog Show as a guest in the summer of 2019. After interrupting several broadcasts and filling in for absent guests, he found himself at the right place at the right time and took over a 3-minute weekly time slot vacated by Danny Donuts, who would do a recap of the previous show. Mason’s “What’s Goin’ On, Dog?” segment featured fun happenings in the Southwest Michigan listening area. In 2020, Mason talked Rob into being on each week for a full 7-minute segment. When COVID-19 eliminated the chance for in-studio guests, Mason started sitting in for entire episodes and has stuck around ever since.

Originally from Harlan County, Kentucky, Mason (named after Mason jars used in the family moonshine business) traveled the country following a dream of being a race car driver. After running out of money and crashing his car at the “24 Hours of Lemons” race at The Gingerman Speedway in 2015, Mason started living in the hay loft of a barn at his buddy Rooster’s place in Grand Junction, Michigan. Mason hoped to launch a stand-up comedy career in 2021 but the pandemic altered his plans. He now does a nightly talk show on his Facebook page. You can check him out at RacinMason.com and watch his nightly show at Facebook.com/RacinMasonDixon/live  

Hello, My name is Amanda Jones and I am a Mixed Media Artist from South Haven, MI. I take what I see in the world and strive to create something unique to my artistic style. From Pet Portraits, Memes, Illustrations to Stickers. I do a little bit of everything. Feel free to follow along on my Art Journey. Besides being an Artist, I am a Mom, USAF Vet, and caretaker to many Animals.

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Born and Raised in South Haven, Michigan and a graduate of South Haven High School, Rob still holds at least two South Haven High School Varsity athletic records in Baseball from 1987-1989. Wins in a season (15) and innings pitched in a season.

Rob graduated from Ferris State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Television Production and an Associates of Science in Audio/Visual Production. Rob was also a three year starting pitching at Ferris State University where he helped the team to win four straight conference titles as a left handed pitcher. He was also named to the GLIAC All-conference team his Junior and Senior Year.

In his time as a Producer/Director at WGVU-TV in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Rob was awarded an Emmy Award for Hope College Christmas Vespers, with a second nomination for Time and Chance: Gerald R. Ford’s Appointment with History. In all, Rob was awarded over 40 National and State of Michigan awards for Television Broadcast Excellence including multiple Michigan Association of Broadcasters awards.

Over the past few years, Rob has started creating a documentary series about the House of David in Benton Harbor, Michigan. The first of the series, The House of David – Life Everlasting has been named a winner in 41 film festivals around the world. The second film, The House of David’s Bearded Boys of Baseball which has just been released has also been a big hit in the local theaters. Both of these titles can be found on Amazon Prime Video.

Rob started a radio show in 2019, now in it’s sixth season known as Rob Byrd’s Moondog Show and aires on Superhits 103.7 Cosy FM every Saturday morning from 6:30-8:30am. He is also host of a couple different podcasts.

Rob’s company Moondog Productions has been operating since 2007. Moondog Productions creates full marketing packages, feature length feature documentary films as well as individual marketing packages featuring all digital media. Find out more about that at moondogpro.net.


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