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I grew up in Franklin, WI with my Mom, Dad and brother. My parents were both teachers and loved music. My Dad was also a high school basketball coach so I of course played sports. I was in organized basketball and baseball until I reached college. Both my parents were conscious of my artistic side at an early age so they got me into music in grade school. I played clarinet, listened to my parent’s folk and R&B records, and at the age of 12 started listening to hip hop music. To this day I claim that I brought rap music to Franklin. My parents were always supportive of my endeavors in school, sports and the arts. They taught my brother and I to be passionate and knowledgeable about many things, but more important, they taught us to have fun with whatever it was that we were doing. That’s probably why I’m in the entertainment business.

For over 16 years I dedicated myself to working in radio. I was at Lazer 103 for 9 years before it switched to 102.9 The Hog in 2005. Mandatory Metallica was a segment that I did every night for almost 5 years. Once Lazer switched to The Hog I was out of a job, but quickly got hired to do a morning show on 102.1 WLUM. For 7 years I was a recognizable and award winning personality on the Kramp and Adler Morning Show. You can still listen to past episodes of my Kramp Cast podcast on iTunes.

I’ve always been committed to entertaining Milwaukee while promoting its music, sports, family, food and fun. My passion for the city has never diminished and I continue to search for the people and events that make this city great. I’m very thankful to have a wonderful wife, son, supportive family, great friends, passionate viewers and past radio listeners.

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Recent Articles
  • “Wholesome family entertainment:”Riverfalls Family Fun Center provides fun for all ages

    GREENFIELD — Brian Kramp spent the morning at the Riverfalls Family Fun Center — an all-ages amusement center boasting an 18-hole mini-golf course, arcade and batting cages. Riverfalls Family Fun Center also hosts birthday parties. During the summer, they’re open from 10 a.m. until 10 p.m., weather permitting. About Riverfalls Family Fun Center (website) Riverfalls Recreation is a Family Recreation facility is located in Greenfield Wisconsin. Our award-winning facility features miniature golf, batting cages, and an arcade. Our mission is to always provide […]

  • Lakewinds Elk Farm home to dozens of elk in Wisconsin

    GRAFTON — Lakewinds Elk Farm is home to more than 45 elk and was started in 1997 in the town of Grafton. It is now owned and operated by Paul and Buffy Jaffke and family. FOX6’s Brian Kramp gets up close and personal with the elk at Lakewinds. About Lakewinds Elk Farm (website) Lakewinds Elk Farm is home to over 45 elk. We strive to provide the best in Elk products. Lakewinds Elk Farm was started in 1997 in the Town […]

  • Strawberries, raspberries, and blackberries galore! Summer is prime berry picking time

    COLGATE — The blackberries are ready to pick, but the season for picking will be over soon! At Basse’s Taste of Country,  you can pick strawberries in June, raspberries and blackberries in July, then apples and pumpkins in the fall. About Basse’s Taste of Country (website) Family owned and operated, Basse’s Taste of Country has roots in Muskego, Wisconsin where owners Becky and Roger Basse ran a similar business for five years. After working there for another seven years, the […]

  • Over 50 video games: Get your game on at Garcade in Menomonee Falls

    MENOMONEE FALLS — Brian Kramp spent the morning at The Garcade in Menomonee Falls. It’s a retro arcade and pinball location. He spent the morning playing video games and showing off the space.

  • As the game of soccer is forever growing, so are the opportunities at Milwaukee Wave

    WHITEFISH BAY — Brian Kramp spent the morning at JCC for a Milwaukee Wave Summer Camp. Campers will learn from the pros how to play soccer. The Wave offers dozens of camps throughout the summer from half day to full-day programs. Camps are offered in locations all across southeast Wisconsin. About Milwaukee Wave camps (website) As the game of soccer is forever growing, so are the opportunities available at Milwaukee Wave Summer Soccer Camps. Our camps offer personalized instruction from professional […]

  • Enjoy the magic of Disney’s storytelling at West Performing Arts Center in New Berlin

    NEW BERLIN — Brian Kramp spent the morning at the West Performing Arts Center in New Berlin to get a look at West Community Theater’s production of Beauty and the Beast. He got a behind the scenes look at the set and costumes. The show runs through July 23rd. About West Performing Arts Center (website) The 700-seat, state-of-the-art performing arts facility in New Berlin is a valuable community resource appreciated by performing arts organizations, its audiences, businesses and the broader community.

  • From the streets to storytelling: Milwaukee man’s movie making debut at Oriental Theatre

    MILWAUKEE — It’s an unfortunate reality for many youth in our city — life on the street as a teen turning into life in jail as an adult. But one Milwaukee man who lived that life has managed to pull some positivity out of his mistakes. As Brian Kramp shows you — the motivation for his change had led him to a swift road to redemption.

  • Mad Science summer camps give kids the opportunity to learn about science

    NEW BERLIN — Brian Kramp spent the morning at Ronald Regan Elementary School with Mad Science at their crazy Chemworks Camp. It’s a science summer camp for kids. They’ll learn about chemical reactions, build rockets, use forensic tools and spy equipment, and even build their own robot. About Mad Science summer camps (website) Mad Science summer camps and vacation programs give kids the opportunity to learn about science through our interactive and hands-on science activities. Our summer science programs let […]

  • Elegant Farmer: Kids of all ages are invited to participate in the Old Fashioned Farm Fair

    MUKWONAGO — Brian Kramp spent the morning at the Elegant Farmer, previewing the Old Fashioned Farm Fair and to learn how to make their famouse apple pie in a paper bag. Kids of all ages are invited to the fair to participate in the Old Fashioned Farm Fair. There will be a pie eating contest along with hayrides and pony rides. Antique tractors will be on display and a guests can hop on the East Troy Electric Railroad. About The […]

  • Marching bands from across the Midwest will compete in Racine

    RACINE — Brian Kramp spent the morning at Jerome Case High School to learn all about  the Lighthouse Brigade of Racine. About The Lighthouse Brigade of Racine (website) The Lighthouse Brigade of Racine, now in its 38th year and under the direction of Rex Rukavina, will host the Mid-American Competing Band Directors Association Semi-final competition at 7 p.m. Friday, July 14. Marching bands from across the Midwest will compete in various field show marching competitions. Performers will include Lighthouse Brigade of […]

  • North Shore Safety Camp: “Exciting program to teach kids, through a variety of fun activities, how to be safe”

    GLENDALE — Brian Kramp spent the morning at the 2nd annual North Shore Safety Camp. About 1st Annual North Shore Safety Camp (website) The North Shore Fire Department and Glendale Police Department are sponsoring an exciting program to teach kids, through a variety of fun activities, how to be safe in their daily lives. This two‐day camp will be held on July 12 & 13 in Glendale, and is available to all incoming 4th graders in any of our seven North […]

  • Free admission: Greater Milwaukee Foundation brings back “Gifts to the Community”

    MILWAUKEE — The Greater Milwaukee Foundation is continuing its Gifts to the Community this year. Kramp spent the morning learning about another freebie for folks in southeastern Wisconsin. About Milwaukee Public Museum (website) The mission of the Milwaukee Public Museum is to inspire curiosity, excite minds, and increase desire to preserve and protect our world’s natural and cultural diversity through exhibitions, educational programs, collections, and research.