Storm N Norman
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What is your favorite spot in Connecticut?
Anywhere near Long Island Sound<
How long have you worked for WEBE108? What was your first job here?
Since prior to us going on the air. We used to be in a small room on top of Oscar’s deli in Westport.
What makes your station/show great?
Being able to relate to our listeners and their families. AND play their favorite songs and have fun on the radio!
Favorite band or artist of all time?
Yes and Pink Floyd
What is the best concert you’ve ever seen?
A pop up Rolling Stones show at Toads Place in New Haven. Standing on a church pew next to stage!
If you didn’t do radio, what would you do?
Be a Waiter
A skill you wish you had but sadly don’t?
Play piano or drums
If you are on death row and you have a final meal. What is it?
Tell us one fun fact about yourself
I have a fear of public speaking!!!!!!!!!!!!
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What is the best part of what I do? I get asked that a lot. The answer has changed over the years, well, to an extent it has, but the same premise has always been to let you know what is going on in the world, playing your favorite songs, and being a familiar voice…Continue Reading
So, here we are again, Phase 2.1 is in effect for the State of CT. More restrictions for some things. But, if you feel comfortable, these next few days will be perfect for checking out your local restaurants. Outdoor dining, sweater weather, fall, and the guidelines. It took me a while to be able to…Continue Reading
I have been going through cassettes from my WEBE108 archives. Here is a never heard before interview with the legendary Donna Summer in August of 2005. It’s the unedited version of my phone conversation with Donna for her then upcoming show at Mohegan Sun. Parts of my interview aired, but this is the whole piece.…Continue Reading
So, growing up in Norwalk, before SONO was SONO, you pretty much knew everyone. You’d go shopping at the local ma and pa stores, well, because there were no big box stores. And as for high school, Central Catholic High School, it was the same. And between going to church and going to school, there…Continue Reading