After having done just about every job under the sun (and some in total darkness, but that’s another story) Mike decided back in 2001 that it was time to ‘get it out of his system’ and take a shot at the radio biz. It had been on his mind for a long, long time, but it wasn’t until the summer of 2001 that he finally took the chance and well, here we are today. Mike is a native Texan and he and his
I'm Johnny Thrash a.k.a The Thrashman. You can catch me on The Afternoon Buzz as I rock your weekdays 2-7. I'm also host of "The Oath"... 3 hours of the best metal on the planet...Saturday nights 10-1. Aside from being a rabid fan of rock and metal, I love the Cowboys, Rangers, Mavs, and Stars...give me a cold beer, a good steak and a ball game and I'm set. Hit me up Buzzhead: JohnnyThrash@townsquaremedia.com
As early as he can remember, LA Lloyd has always had a love for music. He was raised on pop, rock and even outlaw country. Since he was not a musician, Lloyd found another means to surround himself with music on a daily basis: RADIO. Lloyd said, “I’ll never forget how amazed I was to hear myself in my headphones for the first time on the radio. And then people actually responded to things I had to say. I have been hooked on this medium ever since
Lou Brutus, the son of sideshow circus freaks, was brought into this world in Newark, New Jersey during a fierce thunderstorm while women wailed and jackals howled. Raised on a steady diet of cotton candy and things that dropped out of peoples pockets as they strode the circus midway, Lou received his first taste of hard rock at New York's Madison Square Garden where he bore witness to the original Black Sabbath. Following the show, Brutus gladly sold his soul to Sabbath frontman Ozzy Osbourne in exchange for a career in radio and something to eat that wasn't covered in hay and elephant crap
I can honestly say that I live and breathe 103GBF, and dammit it tastes a little funny sometimes! I have been a part of the rock station at 103.1 since 1980. I'm a very lucky person to do what I love for a living. I love new rock. I think it keeps you youthful in spirit. I can't imagine listening to nothing but songs from 20-30 years ago. It's like eating the same thing for lunch and dinner every day of your life! New is good. It kind of ties into my philosophy that tomorrow is going to be even better than life was today and life is good
Harlan grew up in Philadelphia hanging out with bands such as Bon Jovi, Britny Fox and Cinderella get their start. “It was a very exciting time, everything was changing and the only thing that mattered was having a good time”.
Harlan set his sights on the decadence and self-indulgence of the big city, NYC.
After signing a record deal with Relative Records and later on Elektra Records he spent the majority of the 1980’s playing clubs in New York…
I got my start in radio way back in 1995 while working for an oldies radio station. After knocking out a couple stations along my rock journey, I ended up at Banana 101.5 in 2001. For those that know me, know that I’m an extremely laid back person that loves to party and go to concerts. I have a son that I love to death, he is my world 100%. I love to bowl, play video games and hang with my friends. Here's a few things you may or may not know about me, I used to sing (terribly) in a band and performed at the Capitol Theatre in Flint in the early 90s, My ex-wife and family appeared on ABC's Wife Swap in 2007, I have a Bengal cat named Abraham Lincoln
If this was Tinder, I’d just put up a picture and be done with it. But since this is a bio, here’s a little about me: I’m obsessed with rock music, pizza, my dog, my pj’s and a particular type of adult cinema. I love a good rock concert not just because of the kick ass music, the sense of community and the permanent damage to my hearing, but also because I get to wear clothes I would never wear in front of my dad. I’m a Cuban that moved to Miami when I was two and I definitely did not arrive via private jet…
I am a simple guy that enjoys watching sports and playing video games. I was not born in Texas but I got down here as fast as I could. I was born in Baltimore, Maryland and I support my hometown baseball team the Baltimore Orioles. I love the Dallas Cowboys and hopefully I don't die of a heart attack watching them one day.
Rock 'n' roll is in my blood! I began my radio career as a DJ at WSOU, Seton Hall’s legendary metal station. Even though I’m from the East Coast, I always wanted to find a warmer climate to call home. Fortunately for me, I wound up in Los Angeles where the beaches are beautiful and the sushi is delicious. I’ve worked alongside some huge rock stars like Dave Navarro and Henry Rollins, and I’ve interviewed a lot of my heroes.