Ladies were chasin' me early.
Yeah that's me about 10 or 15 years ago with the Ice man!
Remember when camcorders were this enormous?!
On one of my first visits to Florida, I got to interview Greg Brady (Barry Williams) at a Justin Timberlake fundraising event.
London, England and Berlin, Germany are my two favorite cities in the world to visit. Here I am at Big Ben being a wiseguy asking if anyone has the time.
As a kid, I loved WWF wrestling. My buddy on the left and I would hangout behind the Cumberland County Civic Center in Portland, Maine before the matches hoping to meet the wrestlers. In high school, we trained to become wrestlers. I got into radio. He stuck with it and made it! For WWE fans, that's "Scotty Too Hottie" before he discovered the gym! We thought we were so funny posing with WWF wrestlers while doing the Four Hoursemen sign.
One of my favorite moments the first time I worked for Q105 was back when Eddie Money played a Q Concert at Coachman Park in Clearwater. Nicest guy ever.
She's unfortunately no longer with us but I was an only child of a single parent. My mother would juggle several jobs so we could have moments like this. She actually got me tickets to WrestleMania 4 in Atlantic City, NJ. That phone couldn't make any calls. It was the 80s. You could call the driver up front and that's about it.
Yup... my resume is kind of weird. For about 5 years, I was a pro wrestling ring announcer.
I grew up in New England where college football isn't all that popular like it is here. But after living in Tallahassee for a year, I became a huge FSU fan.
As a kid who grew up in Maine, just meeting Bobby Orr was enough of a thrill. But I got to skate with him at Fenway Park when Boston hosted the NHL Winter Classic.
Before joining Q105, I hosted the night show on 99.5 WQYK. My last concert before joining the Q... Toby Keith!