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.
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We're about to enter The Twilight Zone once more. Then again, have we ever really left?
Take The 2019 Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Trivia Challenge
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The Story Behind Edward Van Halen’s Most Personal Song: “316”
Edward Van Halen's 1978 groundbreaking instrumental "Eruption" symbolized the birth of a whole new generation of guitar rock but there would be another instrumental to come years later that, for Edward, would symbolize a far more important birth.
Today Is “National Get Over It Day” So…Let’s Get Over It!
Feeling down? Feeling frustrated? Feeling worried? Get over it!
Going Unplugged: The 25 Best Acoustic Classic Rock Songs
Tune in, unplug and chill out.
The Wonderfully Bad Movie Pick Of The Weekend: “Rockula”
Rock will never die and neither will Rockula.
The Time When Peter Criss Of KISS Was Reportedly Homeless
Call it revisionist KISStory.
Remembering ‘The Blizzard of ’78’ in Connecticut
We thought the onslaught of disco was catastrophic enough. Then came "The Blizzard of 1978".
The Ten Greatest Vince Lombardi Quotes
Warning to brick walls everywhere: The person who reads the following quotes will likely ending up running straight through you.
Remembering Freddie Mercury’s Hauntingly Epic Swan Song: Queen’s “Innuendo”
Those are the words so passionately sung by an ailing Freddie Mercury towards the end of a grand, poetic six and a half minute Queen single released 28 years ago this month. Little did we know how foreboding and ultimately prophetic those words would turn out to be.