Aaron E. Goodwin — Randy Bubba Black


Aaron Goodwin, also known to his many listening fans as “Randy Bubba Black”, turned his dream into reality by becoming one of the most successful radio announcers in our area. As a teenager between 1985-1990, Aaron would agree to DJ at many school events. Aaron and his wife Dineen have two children, Anthony 26 and Kaylee, 24.
Upon graduating from Manteca High School, Aaron began his career at KSJQ and eventually transferred to the popular KWIN radio station in Stockton. He also used his talents at KSTN-AM, Rock 104-FM and KTRB. He came to Citadel Broadcasting Company in 1993 and immediately made an impact on his show as Randy “Bubba” Black on the very popular KATM, better known as KAT Country 103 FM. Aaron remained at KAT Country until 2011, where he also held the position of Program Director. While at Citadel Broadcasting Company as the Program Director, the station won the Academy of Country Music and the Country Music Association Radio Station of the Year Award in 2011. Aaron is currently the Operations Manager and Program Director at 105.9 The Bull. Aaron never forgot his hometown, he would announce numerous local events, and include Manteca schools and local police K-9 competitions in his on-air announcements as well as donate time to assist with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Manteca and Lathrop’s Telethon.
Aaron has received some very prestigious awards including being the recipient of the 2000 Citadel Broadcasting Legend Award and Radio Station of the Year Award in 2011. During his career he has met some of the biggest stars in country music including: Taylor Swift, George Strait, Alan Jackson and Reba McIntire. Aaron is well known in the country radio music industry and helped make KAT Country/KATM one of the most respected set of call letters in country music.