I began my radio career in 1996 in Oklahoma City, OK. The day after high school graduation in Choctaw, OK I got my first radio job, thus ruining me forever and ensuring I'd never again be a productive member of society. It wasn't a storybook fairytale, as my first assignment was wearing the radio station's mascot costume, suffering through an Oklahoma summer in what I'd describe as a "full-body fur coat". It was at this time that I also began the first of two wonderful freshmen years at the University of Oklahoma. My first on-air gig came at KATT-FM & KYIS-FM. I began on weekend overnight shifts before working my way up to more prominent roles at the stations. After cutting my teeth working 80+ hours a week, opportunity knocked. I left OKC for my first full-time radio gig in Laurel-Hattiesburg, MS. The station was brand new KZ-94, and it would be only 8 months before my 2nd love would call... Texas. I came to Waco doing the afternoon drive show for rock station 102.5 The Bear. I'd eventually create a morning show with my older brother, the very man that got me my first radio job, doing the Family Values Morning Show... all family, no values. It was here that I once again crossed paths with my first love, a beautiful young lady I'd been in love with since high school. I finally brain washed her (after seven years of trying) into making me the happiest man in the world and we got married in Williamsburg, VA in December 2001. After moving on from The Bear and a brief stop in Temple, we moved to Anchorage, AK in 2002 to do a morning show in the great white north. It was fun, it was cold, and after what seemed like a two-year vacation it was back to Central Texas. After spending 6 years working for Eagle 101.7 and KTEM-AM, I was given the opportunity to get my claws into US 105. A few years later and I'm back at US 105, happy to once again be in charge of a station that's given me the opportunity to broadcast to what I consider to be the backbone of America, Central Texas. It makes me very proud when I roll into work every day knowing that I get to entertain the men and women that give me the opportunity to do what I do, the heroes at the Great Place, Ft Hood. If there's anything I can ever do for you, whether it's a song, a prayer or a "howdy" to get you through the day, please feel free to email or call me. You're the reason I'm here, and I couldn't be happier to share my life and my stories with you each and every day on US 105.