Born in Groton, CT. Traveled all over the States as a Navy Brat. Lived in Hawaii, Guam, Pennsylvania and Florida, to name a few. Moved to the Beautiful Berkshires in 1982. Graduated high school in 1988 and immediately took the leap into the wild, wonderful world of radio. I've been broadcasting locally in some way, shape or form (and on different spots on the dial) for 30 years and I've loved every minute of it. I LOVE music, movies, literature and traveling. And I love my family and friends. I have been blessed to find my soulmate, Tonya, who I love with all my heart and soul. And I can't forget about our Handsome Prince, our cat "L.B."(Little Bud). I'm looking forward to hopefully another 30 of meeting new people, playing GREAT music and broadcasting over the airwaves of Berkshire County.
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