After over 30 years on 99.1 The Whale, I am still having fun! I've been fortunate enough to live and work in a great community and am honored to have met so many awesome people in the Southern Tier of New York and Northeastern Pennsylvania. At The Whale, I Classic Rock from 3pm to 7pm weekdays, and from 11am to3pm every Saturday. My 'title" is “Brand Manager”, meaning I’m responsible for pretty much anything and everything to do with the programming end of 99.1 The Whale. I am also the Brand Manager for one of our sister radio station - Wild 104 Thanks for listening to Binghamton’s Classic Rock – 99.1 The Whale!
Planning for a Midweek Holiday
It feels weird taking one day off in the middle of the week, or close to it as is the case with the 4th of July his year.
Twists and Turns of My Vacation
A good portion of it was spending time in a hospital.
Best Rock Guitarists Weekend
Oh those weekend theme meetings that Jim Free and I go through every week (sometimes with guest brainstormer Doug Mosher) are some of the strangest things I've ever been a part of.
Join Us at This Year’s Parlor City Oktoberfest!
Parlor City Oktoberfest is Saturday, October 14th from 11am to 8pm at Mountain Top Grove, 539 Hance Rd in Vestal,
Founding Fathers of Classic Rock Weekend
Father's Day is this Sunday. I know that because all my calendars say so.
A Momentary Lapse Classic Rock Pick
In the Fall of 1987, A Momentary Lapse of Reason was released and came very close to the top of the album charts in the United Kingdom and United States.
The Mind of a Radio Personality
Those of us in the radio industry got into the business because we are not good at manual labor. Well, maybe that's not entirely true.
Prepping for Vacation
I'm not one of those people who throw caution to the wind and figure out vacation plans while the vacation is already in progress
Rock Artists Real Name Weekend
This weekend, we will look at rock musicians who go by another name
Join the Whale Nation for Free
Clubs. I was never a big fan of joining clubs in middle and high school