WXPN - Host
I grew up in Brooklyn, taking frequent trips on the subway to the West Village where I got to see artists like Linda Ronstadt, The Lovin’ Spoonful, Mr. Dylan, Bill Evans, and more.
I came to Philly in the late 60s to study when I had the good fortune to stroll up to a WXPN recruiting table on Locust Walk. It was shortly after that I began going on-air at WXPN in the overnight hours in 1970 spinning folk and jazz which I had also done at WHAT, WWDB, WMGK, and WIOQ.
Sleepy Hollow was born in 1973. Each weekend I strive to create the perfect mix of quiet sounds from across the musical spectrum.
When away from the radio, I’ve worked in mainframe computers and as a registered nurse.
Fun facts: All of my degrees are from UPenn. You may find me calling balls and strikes at your local Little League, and since the 1970s, I’ve been a Renaissance period reenactor. I am also working on a Shakespeare impersonation.