Starting my radio career back in early 2000 at a New London Community College Radio, I had a show called the Art of Entertainment. I was so excited to have my first opportunity for on-air broadcasting. I was hooked! Inspired to become an on-air DJ from seeing the film Good Morning Vietnam, I would make cassette tapes (yes, I am that old) of myself on-air introducing and back-selling songs I'd edit from my favorite bands. Later, I would go to CSB in Stamford and eventually start interning for i95 fm. I won their "intern" contest and before I knew it, I was entertaining all of Putnam and Fairfield counties by becoming the official stunt man for their morning show! I would also work the weekend overnights as an on-air talent part time. Eventually, life would take me to work a "real job," so I had to say good bye to radio until the opportunity to join the Kicks crew came knocking in 2014, and I have been working the weekends ever since. To be a part of such a talented and caring group of people leaves me speechless and blessed at the same time. I have endured the challenging times of life and have learned to be grateful for the good ones. I am thankful to be surrounded by great co-workers, loving friends and family. I'm just a simple guy. I like my Red Sox, the outdoors & good company. I am truly blessed. Thank you, the listener, for this opportunity.