From San Diego, Calif. I have to say one thing about my life is having had a chance to see many parts of the world, whether it be as vacation or through the military (served six years in USAF), or because of a new job. I have two daughters both of whom have graduated from college with honors ( they got their brains from me), Single ladies!! I went to Wright State in Dayton Ohio, also a graduate from Long Ridge Writers Group in New Britain, Ct. I am a SYFY freak, love horror movies, but no movie without popcorn. Love the ocean and surfing, Dallas Cowboy fan and NY Mets fan. Enjoy theater and have performed in many productions. Without listing every radio station I've worked at, I'll at least start with the first one which essentially was the Armed Forces Radio Network (1976-77) in Turkey. That adventure eventually led me to commercial radio. Some of my favorite markets that I worked in are San Antonio, Texas (KMMX) and the Twin Cities (KEEY, KLXK, KJJO). I have been in the radio business for about 36 years and it has been a thrill to entertain, whether it be on the air or on location or even on-stage with National recording acts. Thanks for listening!
Get Rid Of Those Telemarketers, Final Episode [VIDEO]
I honestly hope these tips and knowledge will help you deal witht he scripted monsters we know as telemarketers.
What Are You Hoarding? [POLL]
The picture above says it all, shot in a bedroom at a guys house in San Diego,California.
Where’s The Best Haunted House – St. Cloud Or Minneapolis? [POLL]
Who doesn't love a good haunted house? I enjoy the rush of walking through them but it's my thing just like horror movies.
Online Dating, Is That Your Thing? [POLL]
Do you date, if so have you ever tried out the dating scene from someone you met online?
10 Women Who Defined And Made Rock History – Grace Slick (Jefferson Airplane) [VIDEOS]
Defining Grace Slick is difficult. But "a very haunting voice" and a "let it all hang out" lifestyle is probably as close as anyone will get.
10 Women Who Defined And Made Rock History – Pat Benatar [VIDEOS]
One of the first women associated with hard rock, Pat Benatar had quite the career move from bank teller to arena rocker. "Open the gates because here she comes in full force."
10 Women Who Defined And Made Rock History – Patti Smith [VIDEOS]
Rocker Patti Smith's nicknamed "Godmother of Punk." In fact, the number of musicians she has influenced... well let's just say you could run the gamut from U2 to Shirley Manson of Garbage.
10 Women Who Defined And Made Rock History – Stevie Nicks [VIDEOS]
Stevie Nicks is an artist surrounded by success stories as an established songwriter and major vocal talent for Fleetwood Mac.
10 Women Who Defined And Made Rock History – Chrissie Hynde (The Pretenders) [VIDEOS]
Most of the 70's were a little rough on Chrissie Hynde. Much of her time was spent trying to either form or permanently join a band. But the demo tape paved the way to the future.
10 Women Who Defined And Made Rock History – Joan Jett (The Blackhearts) [VIDEOS]
One of the first all female rock bands of the 70's, The Runaways, produced a lot of individual talent. One of those talented runaways was Joan Jett.
10 Women Who Defined And Made Rock History – Deborah Harry (Blondie) [VIDEOS]
It pretty much got started in 1974 for Deborah Harry as she was singing in a little-known folk band when she was sought out and recruited for the band that eventually became 'Blondie.'