I've been playing the hits on radio since 1981, starting on Cape Cod, and in Boston, Massachusetts where I grew up. (when The Sox and Patriots both broke everyone's hearts. Funny how things change.)
After 3 years of Las Vegas culture-shock in the late 80's and early 90's I was looking for work and found myself in Cleveland in 1991 through some mutual radio friends and met Britney Spears back when she wasn't making people gag.
And now, I'm here and get to play some of the best music ever recorded and have a blast with you all night long. I'm lovin' every minute of it and my life couldn't be any better or more complete.
Let's make it a regular thing to have some late night radio fun. E-mail me above and and let me know where you are, and where you listen overnight. Catch you soon between the tunes.
Here's the president's speech at the White House at the reception before the big Kennedy Center Honors ceremony last night. We'll see THAT part with the tributes and performances broadcast on CBS on December 29th.
Honored here are Billy Joel, Carlos Santana, Shirley MacLaine, Herbie Hancock, and opera singer Martina Arroyo.
You may have heard Whitney Wolanin's new version of the Chuck Berry classic "Run Rudolph, Run". She's been around since 2005, but this is the first song many of us have heard.
I just found out the video for it was shot at the house where they shot the "A Christmas Story" movie. It's a Cleveland tourist attraction now. You'll know why she did it when you watch the video.
One of the all-time classic Christmas Movie scenes is the tongue-stuck-on-a-frozen-pole scene from "A Christmas Story".
Well, just for fun, and to shock a few New Yorkers, the comedy group Improv Everywhere recreated the scene on the New York City subway with hidden cameras catching the commuters’ reactions.
(By the way, the kid didn't REALLY stick his tongue on the subway pole, thank God. They cleverly used a fake tongue and a magnet)