I was born and raised in Cincinnati. You know how you say you’ll never settle in your hometown? Well… I did leave for a while. I went to college at Ohio State, graduating with a BS in Occupational Therapy. Huh? Here I am a musician and radio announcer (sorry Mom and Dad, it’s still there to “fall back on”). After college I joined the Peace Corps (Costa Rica ‘92-’94) where I actually did use my OT degree. I started playing music and writing songs when I got back to the States and am in a folk-duo called “wild carrot”. I came to WNKU through wild carrot when we recorded our first CD with the help of gone-but-not-forgotten Colin Cordy right here at WNKU. So, I started volunteering as a way to give back for all the support the station has given us. That was in 1999 and in September 2002 I was offered a “real job” as an announcer. So, here I am, Sunday through Thursday… unless I’m not… Then I’m on the road making music of my own. Thanks for listening, and I’d like to join Mark Messerly in encouraging everyone to use their turn signals!
Studio 89 is a live music series that airs in the spring and fall and features musical acts from around town and around the world performing live on the air and in front of a studio audience.
Studio 89 takes place in the Digitorium of NKU's Griffin Hall. The Digitorium is a state of the art facility complete with opera box seating, professional lighting, and a 15' x 25' led video wall.
The Front Porch brings American Roots Music to you each week from 10AM-1PM. It's a distinctive blend of the best of singer/songwriter, traditional blues, ballads, Americana, old-time and country sounds. Join Pam Temple or Jeff Eads for a look and listen into the cultural lives of the groups that form the fabric of our communities, our cultural identity and the history of our nation.