always fascinated me, at least the
hardware aspect of it. But becoming
a live on-air DJ was probably the single
most unlikely thing that could have
happened to me. Naturally, being the least
likely thing to happen, it did.
I currently have one live radio show on Our
Generation Radio (WOGR DB Columbia, SC)
every Saturday. My show is 2 hours long,
and starts at 4 PM Eastern (GMT -0700, or
1 PM Pacific.) I am currently doing a show
called "The Decades of Rock" where each
block of music is from a different decade,
starting with the 50's and running
sequentially through the millennium.
I have been known to broadcast while in
the Second Life Virtual World, and I even
do live shows from dance clubs. (Although
not so much recently.)
I have a particular fondness for
Rockabilly, Swing and Jump-Blues, but you
can hear just about every sub-genre of
Rock and Country on my shows. My complete
playlist is viewable here on My website.
(Click the PLAYLIST button in the top
Most of my Childhood was spent learning
Music, an activity my Mother and
Grandmother both supported and encouraged.
At the age of 5 they arranged for me to
study Accordion with Maestro Milton Mann
at his music school. I also studied Piano
with one of the Dominican Sisters of
Mission San Jose, while attending Saint
Catherine's Military Academy in Anaheim.
It was while attending St. Catherines that
I met Paul Newman (Local AM station DJ,
not the actor) who was working part time
at the school, and became interested in
Radio. During the early/mid 70's I hung
out with "Humble Harve" Miller and Charlie
Tuna at KKDJ-FM in Los Angeles.
I came to Internet radio just after
Christmas In 2005. I had met the wife of
the owner of Club-69 Radio at a dance
club, who encouraged me to apply to the
station. It took Sandy (and MeowTuna) a
lot of talking to convince me, but I did
audition and was hired by the station. I
have been on-the-air ever since.
From time to Time I manage to get
pre-release recordings from my friends,
and from the record companies. The Audio
Clips in this section are recorded live
from my shows and are in MP3 format.
Clicking the LISTEN icon should open your
|Jerry Lee Lewis Special
60 Second Pre-Release clip from
his new album "Last Man Standing."
(This Audio Clip includes a
compilation of my voice breaks
leading up to it.)
|The 2nd break from Decades
of Rock, Show #007. Features a
clip of an unreleased calypso
version of Little Richard's
Slippin and Slidin.
|First Ever Radio play
of the New Rolling Stones song "Just
your Fool" (2 Weeks before release,
includes voice breaks before and
after with commentary about the
Like most DJ's I have re-mixed several
songs over the years. Mostly as techno
versions of popular songs. My Decades of
Rock shows start with a techno re-mix of
California Dreamin' which I call "I travel
through time." The most popular of my
re-mixes is Anita Ward's "Ring my Bell."
You can hear these (and other) re-mixes on
my shows on occasion.