The love of music was definitely in my blood from birth. At about the age of 6 months, my grandfather was busted by my mother for feeding me chocolate and dancing me around the living room in the middle of the night to Marvin Gaye, the Mama’s & Papa’s, Otis Redding, Elvis and so much more. From what I was told by my grandmother, this happened quite a few times. From there the love grew.
At the age of 9, I purchased my first full album with my own money, “Bigger Than Both Of Us,” by Hall & Oates. It was a glorious moment in my life. Also around that time, during those early years, I would spend many a night up late reading Hardy Boys books listening to Rock Radio in Denver, saying, “that’s what I want to do when I grow up.” By the time I was in high school, I was full on into music. Buying albums, cassettes, listening to radio and making mix tapes. I also got involved with the high school radio station, further cementing my path. In college, I did radio and then took a break when I got my degree and began a career as a copywriter in Denver. Hated it.
Fell back into radio by chance in ’92 and have been doing radio since. Wouldn’t have it any other way. Stations I have worked at over the decades, 100.3KMJI FM – Denver, 92X KNRX -Denver, 106.7 KBPI Denver, 96.5 The Peak – KXPK Denver and 93.3FM WMMR – Philadelphia. I am a lucky mother fucker. I love music dearly and know for a fact that a life filled with good music is a happy fulfilled life. As a lover of music, one of my favorite conversation topics is music. Rock and Roll is a big beautiful tree with a lot of branches that make for exciting conversation. We hope you will join us in this inexact, imperfect imbalanced journey for conversation, spirits and of course great music.