I’ve been in radio for over 20 years, but it doesn’t seem that long. Funny, I started with my own Hip-Hop/R&B show that aired on a Country station back in 1991. A lot of the music you hear on 103.7 The Beat, I played when it was brand new….that’s how old I am.
I'm married to my wife, Julie and together we have three sons Michael, Christian and Hayden. In my free time I’m always traveling with my family to the beach, the mountains and my wife and I visit
I have been extremely lucky, in radio. Born and raised in
In the 80’s Samantha Fox did everything, and did everything well. Samantha first caught our attention in 1986 with her smash hit Touch Me (I Wanna Feel Your Body). The beat and chorus were infectious. The lyrics just pulled you into the song. She was pure pop for the time-glamour rock. The guitar, light bulbs popping, the feathered hair and of course the ripped jeans (Mommy Jeans by today’s standards) Samantha was the
Originally Samantha got her start by posing topless at the age of 16 in the
Samantha’s biggest hit may have come as a fluke. I remember buying her second album by mistake thinking it had Touch Me on it. It was simply titled Samantha Fox. Nothing really stood out to me and I don’t even think I flipped the tape over. Her FIFTH release from that album was Naughty Girls (Need Love Too). It was all over the radio. Samantha had the help of super producers Full Force on this one and it became her highest charting song hitting number 3. This song was different for Samantha, leaning more hip-hop if you remember. She even rapped on the song and we could hear her accent clearly, which made her even more, well….let’s just say it didn’t hurt. I remember thinking-how the heck did I miss this song. I also liked I Wanna Have Some Fun, which came from her third album in 1988, though it only reached number 8 here in the