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I came to New Orleans because I thought I could get cheap rent after Katrina. Honestly, when you talk about the greatest American cities, only Manhattan, Boston, San Francisco and maybe Chicago can be mentioned in the same breath with NOLA. I'm honored to be living here, and to be a part of the rebuilding efforts of The Big Easy.
I grew up in a NYC suburb, went to college in the Boston area, and started doing college radio. First job was on WWRX FM in Providence, RI, where I was the overnight DJ on the classic rock station. I got fired for falling asleep during Billy Joel's "She's Always A Woman to Me". From there I went to WCCC FM in Hartford, CT., and did a rock radio show for three years. I then went to rock station WAAF FM in Boston, Ma. for nine years, where I was the Music Director/Mid-Day host. Then I went "down the hall" to 'AAF sister station, News-Talk WRKO to host a talk show for a few years.
I took a break from radio for a few years to open a bar, and help smuggle Cubans into Miami. Three years ago, I ran into the WRNO brass outside Larry Flynts' Barely Legal Club on Bourbon St., where they offered me this job.