Town to town. Up and down the dial. Until I stopped at 95.1 FM…. My radio career began in 1991 at 530 AM WOWL, the college radio station of Southern Connecticut State University. While there I interned at 99.1 FM WPLR until eventually landing my first professional on-air gig in 1996 doing weekends at 106.9 FM WCCC in Hartford using the on-air name of "Fletch"! In 1998 I did weekends for 93.7 FM in Hartford under three different formats (Classic Hits 93.7, 93-7 The Point and Dancin’ Oldies 93.7). During that time I also did some fill-in sports and news updates for 1320 AM in Waterbury. I wound up getting the full-time weeknight gig right here at 95.1 FM from 2000-2006 before coming back to i95 in 2009 where I've been doing Saturday mid-days ever since. Along with the articles you can read here on i95's website I also write for the Van Halen News Desk at VHND.com.
As God as My Witness, I Still Love WKRP’s ‘Flying Turkeys’ Episode
I have to be completely honest with you here. There is actually one other radio station I'd love to work for aside from i95. That radio station is WKRP in Cincinnati. Especially around this time of year.
What A Trope Is And Why You Will Likely See One Before The Weekend Is Over
Quick, someone throw me a trope!
Gene Simmons: “Delusional Demon” Or “Genius Gene”?
When I first saw the headline I figured Gene Simmons had completely lost his mind. Now I'm starting to wonder- Is this a Delusional Demon or Genius Gene?
Where Were You When You First Watched ‘Halloween’?
It's Halloween. Everybody's entitled to one good scare right?
Why Do We Love Scary Movies?
Hi, my name is Eric and I am a scary movieaholic.
‘Bride Of Frankenstein’ – Hollywood’s First Great Sequel
Before The Empire struck back, before The Godfather made another offer we couldn't refuse, before Arnold was back to Terminate some more there was 'Bride Of Frankenstein'.
From A Dirty Road To The Gates Of Heaven: Tom Petty Finally Gets His Wings
There are millions of Tom Petty fans around the world in mourning this week. This is just one fan's story:
Nirvana’s ‘Nevermind’ Baby Still Swimming 26 Years Later
It was 26 years ago this week that Nirvana released their album 'Nevermind'. I think it's safe to say we all know what became of that album but what about that little baby swimming underwater on the album cover?
Classic Rock: Hollywood’s #1 Box Office Hit
Don't miss Classic Rock - Coming to a theater near you...every weekend.
Typewriter Tim: Music’s Best Kept Secret
Move over Spoonman, make way for Typewriter Tim.