I feel very fortunate my radio career has lasted well over 20 years. I enjoy broadcasting today, as I did the first time I ever cracked open a microphone. Radio is home for me; I constantly listened as a child and even used my record player: spinning my own records, while playing DJ for hours (as well as, doing play-by-play, as I played pitch and catch throwing a tennis ball off the garage door.)
The professional move into radio began in the fall of 1992 at The New School of Contemporary Radio. When I graduated in the spring of 1993, it took nearly two months to land my first radio gig, at WVAY (format: AAA) West Dover, Vermont. In September of 1995, I added the legendary WABY (format: Adult Standards) to my WVAY air shift. I stayed with both stations until leaving Vermont in August of 1996. WABY was sold in 1998, putting me on-the-air at K-LITE (format: Soft Rock) and eventually, 100.9/100.3 THE POINT (format: Hot AC.) Both stations were owned by the same broadcast company and all remained unchanged until being sold in 2001.
This ushered in a new era and with it; a long over-do welcome into rock radio, spinning music that's always been near and dear to my heart. The next nine years were gladly spent at the following hard rocking stations: 94 ROCK (format: Classic Rock,) THE BONE (format: Classic Rock,) and THE EDGE (format: Active Rock) respectively. What goes up must come down and the radio community now finds me on B95.5 (format: Soft Rock,) where I am proudly entertaining since 2010.