Hi, I’m Zach Martin, and I am proud to be your host for Ultimate Classic Rock. I’m married with one teenage daughter and reside in North New Jersey. Hobbies other than rocking the airways…I don't enjoy the outdoors or horseback riding. However I do love Classic Rock, NASCAR, New Country, Oldies and Mozart. Mozart is supposedly good for the brain, but so far, it hasn't helped. I am a New York Giants fan - go Giants! I graduated from St. John's University with a couple of Master's Degrees, and continue to try and learn new things. I am a descendant of Zachary Taylor, the 12th President of the United States, and a few other characters including Adam Fisher, who fought in the American Revolution. I even have relatives who fought on both sides of the Civil War. No wonder why we always fight at family get-togethers! I have had the pleasure of interviewing Paul McCartney, Ringo, Yoko, Robert Plant, Jimmy Page and numerous other legends. More importantly, I have been able to make friends with many listeners over the years, because after all, they are the most important VIP's in the room.
This Day in Rock History: September 21
Cheap Trick release a smash hit and Don Felder is born on this day in rock history.
This Day in Rock History: September 20
Jim Morrison gets arrested and John Lennon leaves the Beatles on Sept. 20 in rock history.
This Day in Rock History: September 19
Dee Snider testified in front of the Senate and many famous concerts took place on Sept. 19 in rock history.
This Day in Rock History: September 18
Jimi Hendrix dies, Kiss go without makeup and other events took place on Sept. 18 in rock history.
This Day in Rock History: September 15
Jim Morrison passes out, Pink Floyd loses a member and more took place on Sept. 15 in rock history.
This Day in Rock History: September 14
The Grateful Dead take a long, strange trip, a movie based on a Who album comes out and more took place on Sept. 14 in rock history.
This Day in Rock History: September 13
Historic concerts by John Lennon and Elton John, as well as albums by Kiss and Yes, took place on Sept. 13.
This Day in Rock History: September 12
Albums by Pink Floyd, Paul McCartney and Metallica dominate the events that took place in rock history on Sept. 12.
This Day in Rock History: September 11
This day in rock history saw new albums from Janis Joplin, Bruce Springsteen, Foreigner and Bob Dylan, as well as the reactions of some of our favorite musicians to the events of Sept. 11, 2001.
This Day in Rock History: September 10
Kiss release their breakthrough, the Beatles meet the Stones and more took place on Sept. 10 in rock history.