• Meet Hot-Airborne Annie & The Balloonatic!

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  • Hot-Airborne Annie Hot-Airborne Annie

    Hello there, I’m Anne Marie Leamy. Otherwise known as Annie on the radio or Airborne Anne.  Born in Manhattan, raised in the Hudson Valley, my weekday mornings are spent on the airwaves at Q92, with Iheart media of the Hudson Valley. I love sharing my journey as a first time mom and keeping our area informed and entertained. I’ve been doing morning radio for fifteen years, many years spent here in the Hudson Valley. With a stop at the legendary WPLJ in New York City. It’s one of the great loves of my life. I blog my easy to make recipes, family adventures, and challenges I face along the way. There are many charity organizations I work with close to my heart, including the New York Blood Center and Dutchess County SPCA. There is no medium as intimate as radio. Listeners have become lifelong friends and family. Grateful to continue my journey at home.
  • The Balloonatic The Balloonatic

    Ryan, better known as Illusionist Ryan Dutcher or The Balloonatic, is Q92’s resident illusionist, Broadway buff, and morning host on Annie in the Morning with Ryan. Born and raised here in the Hudson Valley, Ryan got his start in professional entertainment when he performed his first paid magic show at the age of 15. Ryan has been entertaining for 18 years now, and is known for his quick wit, mind-blowing magic, and instant connection he makes with his audiences - no matter what age! You may know him best from his high-tech illusion show on the stage over at Headless Horseman Hayrides and Haunted Houses, along with being the speaker of their incredible “Don’t Be a Monster” anti-bullying assembly.   Ryan has also worked closely with and performed for the Hudson Valley Renegades for many years. While his career is rooted here in the Hudson Valley, Ryan has also traveled across the country performing his illusion shows, as well as with the Coast 2 Coast Dance Across America tour - where he inspires students to “never give up” on their dreams. Besides his professional career in magic, Ryan likes to spend his spare time paying it forward with local charities and performing live theatre at The CENTER for Performing Arts at Rhinebeck.

  • Questions? Call the Hudson Valley Hot-Air Balloon Festival Hot-Line. 

    (845) 454-1701

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