I was born right here in good old Bangor, ME, but lived in the southern part of the state for over 20 years. Previously I worked for our sister stations in Portland, WBLM and WCYY, before my wife and I moved back up a few years ago to be closer to our families, and to try and have a bit slower pace to our lives. I'm still waiting for the slow-down!! When I'm not working, you'll usually find me out to my camp fishing, tending to the smoker, or just lazily riding around the lake in my kayak. In the colder months, I love to snow shoe out there as well. There's always an adventure to be had out at camp. I'm also a professional drummer, and have spent many years playing countless gigs, making records, and touring all over the country. Music is my passion and reason for getting out of bed every day. Whether I'm playing it, listening to it, or talking about it, it's all just as important to me as the air I breathe. I'm unbelievably excited to be a part of the Q106.5 family, and look forward to sharing all my crazy stories and thoughts. And hearing yours as well!!
Yay. Here Comes More Awesome Snow.
The National Weather Service in Caribou is predicting somewhere in the neighborhood of 9” of snow (cue: sad trombone sound here)
Underwear For Cash … Thank You Facebook
Now you can do more than just air your dirty laundry on Facebook...You can sell it too!
Ellsworth Students To Trade Bacon For Smoky, Delicious Seaweed?
They're replacing the bacon with seaweed. Yup, you read that right. Seaweed.
Too Little Snow, Makes For Too Many Decisions
This is a problem for me, because it presents me with one of winter's most bothersome questions....do I shovel the snow, or fire up the old snow blower?
The Bacon Tree Restaurant in Winterport To Close
According to a post on social media, popular local restaurant The Bacon Tree is closing its doors.
Maine Music Scene: Sound Check or Paycheck?
"'Good crowd? Good money? Does the bar stock a nice top-shelf bourbon?' Those things are more important to me theses days than whether it's original or covers.”