I began my radio career in a double-wide on Route 20 outside of Freeport. After a few years of "trying" to learn the biz, I made the jump to Rockford (Thank you, David McAley). I became the Brand Manager and afternoon guy on the Eagle, April of 2015 (Thank you, Becky). When I'm not doing the radio thing, I spend my free time in the gym. I am a competitive NPC Bodybuilder and love putting in the work. Another yearly activity that drives me and keeps me very busy is the National Radio Hall of Fame Ceremony, where I am the producer. This is a huge honor that I take a lot of pride in. The single biggest night in radio, and it's all in my hands. No pressure.
Foster a Dog and Busch Beer Will Hook You up With Three Months Worth of Beer
Foster a Dog and Busch Beer Will Hook You up With Three Months Worth of Beer.
Amazon Employees Plan a Walkout Over Virus Fear
A New York Amazon location has employees ready to walk out, unless.
Like to Hunt and Fish in Illinois, Here Are The Current Rules
The Illinois Department of Natural Resources Conservation Police have addressed the issues of getting out there and doing what you love.
A Message For Rockford From The Mayor on The Coronado PAC Marquee
Rockford Mayor Tom McNamara has done a great job during this difficult time. Check out his message displayed downtown.
What’s Open and Available in Rockton (Curbside and More)
What businesses in Rockton are doing.
The NCAA Basketball Tournament Will Not Have Fans in Attendance
The NCAA Men's Tournament will look much different this year.
It’s National Napping Day, They Are Scientifically Proven to be Good For You
Naps, They Are Scientifically Proven to be Good For You.
Wheel of Fortune Contestant Solves After Two Letters, What? (Video)
She's on brain steroids, or something.
Rockford Police Department is Hiring (Details)
The Rockford Police Department currently has over 300 officers, and they are looking for some men and women that want to join the team.
News Reporter Goes Live on Facebook and Doesn’t Know Mask Filters Are on (Watch)
I'd much rather watch local reporters do this than "digging" for stories.