It seems we've lost too many giants in the music industry lately. Whitney Houston, Donna Summer, Dick Clark, Robin Gibb. These people were part of the fabric of our lives. You didn't have to be a fan in order to feel the impact of their contributions to music.
Whitney Houston had an extraordinary voice. She was as comfortable with the soft ballad as she was with a high energy belting style. Anyone who has tried knows that singing like Whitney is a challenge! Mariah, Beyonce, Christina and others since her have continued the Whitney legacy.
I didn't completely sign on to the disco scene, but there was something about Donna Summer. She had some great songs and “heaven knows”, I danced to so many of them. Her sultry rich voice was like no other.
I had been listening to Robin Gibb's music since I was in ...
When did you start at MAGIC?
Do I have to answer this? Oh -okay-back in the 80's
Skipjack's at Patriot Place in Foxboro
Favorite MAGIC Artist:
Anthony Hopkins + Kate Winslet
All-time Favorite Movie:
Franco Zeffirelli's Romeo and Juliet
TV Show you never miss:
Right now it's Cold Case
Eggplant Parmesan - Mom's recipe is the best!
Least favorite food:
A nice cold, crisp glass of Chardonnay
Your ideal vacation is:
Vacationing on a tropical island, poolside or on a white sand beach - you can't beat that!
What would you do if you weren’t on the radio?
I'd be a singer-songwriter-and maybe write a hit record!
Historical event you wish you could have witnessed?
Martin Luther King Jr's "I Have a Dream" speech on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial
Favorite place in Boston:
The Boston waterfront in the summer
Worst job you ever had?
It'll always be this one. Working in the accounting department of the Taunton Municipal Lighting Plant. It was a summer job and let's just say, math is not my strength.
Kevin Youklis - great guy - great athlete
Most embarrassing moment on the radio?
I need more space for this one!