From the moment I saw the cover of "Destroyer" by KISS I was hooked! I made the decision to get into Rock radio and that is where I have spent the past three decades, on the radio talking about the bands we love and sharing stories from the studios to the shows. I have gone from growing up in a small town in Connecticut to interviewing Jimmy Page, Ozzy, Eddie Van Halen, Steven Tyler, and countless others. Times change but the music and the memories that come with them live on and I look forward to sharing the stories with you on Q 105.7, the Capital Region's Classic Rock Station.
3 Recent Ranger Rescue and Recovery Missions in New York
New York Forest Rangers are often called to the duty of rescue and recovery missions. Here are 3 recent missions in the mountains of New York.
Take A Look Back At Storytown U.S.A. – Ghost Town – Jungle Land
If I say 'Storytown U.S.A.' what comes to mind? Lake George? Ghost Town? Jungle Land? Maybe these pictures will help take you back to Storytown.
12 Trail Cam Captures-Wild Animals In Your New York Backyard
Did you know that you could have fisher cats in your yard? You might be surprised to see what's creepin' in your backyard with these trail cam captures
These Are the Haunted and Historic Revolution-Era Forts in Upstate New York
On a visit to Upstate New York, you might take some time out to walk among the hallowed, historic and often haunted forts and battlegrounds prominent throughout the region.
New York City Targets Date For Full Reopening
New York, the city that never sleeps? With a July 1st target, time for Manhattan to wake up and open up.
See These Bands At The New York State Fair This Summer
This week it was announced that the New York State Fair will take place between August 20th and September 6th, with the chance to see bands perform live.
New York Reservoir Wipes Out Entire Town
Well, when the city of Manhattan is growing so fast that they need more water, the state invokes their "rights" and literally takes a town away from the 3000 people that lived there. That town was called Bittersweet and today it lies under 175 feet of water known as the Neversink Reservoir.