I started my radio journey way back in 1993 at a station in Kingston (B-94) and throughout the years I have made stops at stations in Long Island, Philadelphia and of course here in the Hudson Valley. I worked at 96.1 Kiss FM and WRWD before I was lucky enough to land here at 94.3/97.3 The Wolf. One of the questions I always get asked is, "CJ, how are you so happy and awake in the morning, every morning?" My answer is a simple one. I always said that if I ever get the chance to wake up people here in the Hudson Valley with a radio show, I am going to do it with a smile and do my best to make them laugh as much as possible. I understand that most of the laughs on the show are you laughing at me not with me, but I’ll take what I can get. When I’m not here at the Wolf playing around, I’m at home playing Dad to four amazing kids. I love sports with baseball (METS) and football (Cowboys) being my favorites. I know, how does someone from New York become a cowboys fan? Well growing up my step dad was a big Steeler fan and I always would cheer for the team that was playing the Steelers and back then the Cowboys and Steelers had a big rivalry, so I always rooted for the Boys and it stuck. If you wake up with the CJ in the morning show every day, I just wanted to say thank you for all the support. If you don’t listen, do a brother a favor and give us a try tomorrow or as soon as you can.
Greater Danbury, Let’s All Put Up Our Christmas Lights
This is the perfect way for the Hudson Valley to get through the coronavirus together!
Line Dance Fundraiser for Millerhurst Farm
One thing I love about the Hudson Valley and the people that listen to us here at 94.3/97.3 The Wolf is that when tragedy strikes, we as a community step up and help out.
Backseat Passengers in NY Could Get Fined for Not Doing This
Gov. Andrew Cuomo wants everyone in a car to be buckled up anytime the car is moving.
New York Inmates to Get Free Tablets
The New York Department of Corrections and Community Supervision has just announced that the free tablet program will start this summer.
25,000 Bugs Could Be Living in Your Christmas Tree
If you are having a hard time making the decision this year on whether or not to buy a real Christmas tree or go with a fake one, this may help you in making that decision a little easier.