I grew up in Texas and was raised on Southern Hospitality. You might hear a “Y’all” or “Yes, Ma’am” frequently during my show and, though I may have lost my twang, I still exude a gracious attitude. I'm also a huge advocate for supporting our military and their families. As a U.S. Navy veteran, I understand the sacrifices those men, women and their families make. To know me you must simply understand that I love music and people. There’s just something about the power of a song: it can make you laugh, cry, reminisce or make you sing…a great song tells a story and it’s my job to play the best ones for you (our listeners
I was born and raised in Boardman, Ohio (a suburb of Youngstown) where I began my radio career at Clear Channel’s WKBN-AM. While attending Westminster College in New Wilmington, Pennsylvania I had the opportunity to manage music and on-air duties at Clear Channel Youngstown’s CHR station, WAKZ. After college, I packed up my Cavalier and moved 2,100 miles to make my home in Boise at 103.5 KISS FM! I still live by the philosophy that “every song is part of the soundtrack to someone’s life
I grew up in Beecher, a small town in southern Illinois (population 3,200), where I played soccer, baseball and basketball. While in college, I was the lead singer in “Touch Me! Touch You!”, performing throughout the mid-West. After college, I moved to Los Angeles to write and produce music for up-and-coming female pop artists. In 2011, I hooked on with KVEG Hot 97.5 in Las Vegas. From Street Team member to Social Media and Promotions Coordinator, within a few months I got a chance to crack the mic and became a radio personality for the station! Now I am lucky enough to entertain my lil bears throughout the Treasure Valley evenings from 7p-12a
I was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota and raised by his single mom, spending my youth in Tampa, FL. Back to Minneapolis, I began my radio career at KTTB and then moved on to Philadelphia where I co-hosted the “Wild Bunch Morning Show” at WRDW until becoming the night show host in Spokane, Washington at KQQB for two years.