|Birth Day||April 6, 1962|
|Age||58 YEARS OLD|
Radio broadcaster and music writer who spent 15 years at The Edge, formerly known as CFNY, as the host of their program The Ongoing History of New Music.
His first radio job was with CKUW at the University of Winnipeg. After graduating, he moved on to CJRL in Kenora followed by KX-96/Brandon and Q94-FM/Winnipeg.
He worked as a program director at Y95, later changed to Y108, in Hamilton where he earned the titled of Canada's PD in 2005, 2006, and 2008.
He was born in Manitoba, Canada.
He first heard about the radio station The Edge through the vocals of Rush singer Geddy Lee in their song "Spirit of Radio." Upon hearing the song he remembers thinking to himself "Wouldn't it be cool to work their one day?"