I launched my radio career at WJJL in Niagara Falls, NY. From there in returned to my hometown of Buffalo, where I broadcasted from WBEN. Following successful stints with WLS in Chicago, IL, and KXL in Portland, OR, I joined the roster at Dallas/Fort Worth’s WBAP in 2000. I served as an afternoon drive personality for the station before being paired with Eric Harley in 2005 to co-host 'The Midnight Radio Network', which had built a loyal following among late night radio listeners! Prior to entering the broadcasting world, I compiled a resume as colorful as my co-hosts personality! From janitor to bill collector, to assembly line machinist and stand-up comic, my "regular guy" persona make me one of the country’s most relatable hosts. Like the vast majority of my listeners, I believe that America doesn't owe me a thing, but I owe this country everything. My opinions on freedom, capitalism, and the willingness of Americans to sacrifice for both are constant themes in my broadcasts. When I'm not on the air, I enjoys being on the golf course or playing a game of pick-up basketball with my neighbors.