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, I am the producer of the National Radio Hall of Fame Ceremony. 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.
The Blue Tributes to Officer Cox are Amazing (Photos)
Blue lights are everywhere, and it's a beautiful thing. Check out this photo gallery of local support and love.
Go Home Wisconsin, You’re Drunk
There is a bill proposed that would lower Wisconsin's drinking age to 19.
Steven Tyler of Aerosmith to Headline Ribfest in Naperville
Ribfest is a yummy festival a short drive away. July 7th 2018 will be headlined by Steven Tyler.
Take A KEG of Hidden Valley Ranch to the In-Laws
Be the Thanksgiving Dinner Superstar this year, with a keg of Hidden Valley Dressing.
Rockford High School Football Coaching Legend Dan Appino Steps Down
A legendary local high school football coach steps down.
Can you get a DUI on a Horse in Rockford? (Video)
A Florida woman was arrested with a blood alcohol level twice the legal limit while riding a horse. Check the video.
Prayer Vigil Tonight Near Morgan Street Bridge for Officer Cox
The Morgan Street Bridge is BLUE and the community is gathering to honor Officer Cox tonight.
Local Help With Holiday Depression is Available
The holidays can be hard, and sometimes lead to down paths you should avoid.
Beneath The Beard of Rockford gets Artsy
Pain shared is pain divided. This is a community of support for veterans with PTSD and beyond.
We pay Tribute to Officer Cox Today at 5 pm
Blessed are the Peacekeepers. Today at 5 PM join Captain Jack as he pays tribute to Officer Jaimie Cox, who gave the ultimate sacrifice.