What is your favorite spot in Connecticut?
How long have you worked for WEBE108? What was your first job here?
Well I just started 5 months ago! So my first job is my current job as afternoon host!
What makes your station/show great?
Quite simply…WEBE108 is *the* station for Fairfield County! Literally *everyone* knows us!
Favorite band or artist of all time?
It varies, but David Bowie never fails to make the list
What is the best concert you’ve ever seen?
A random, unannounced pop up Jimmy Buffett concert in Florida
TV show or Movie that you think someone should know about?
Better Call Saul – every single person who ever watched Breaking Bad should be watching
If you didn’t do radio, what would you do?
Talking about TV shows online
A skill you wish you had but sadly don’t?
Better artistic ability and able to draw comics or cartoons
If you are on death row and you have a final meal. What is it?
A ribeye and some Kraft macaroni and cheese, with a Shamrock shake
Tell us one fun fact about yourself
I can – and do – use my feet to pick things up like a monkey does.
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