From the moment I saw the cover of "Destroyer" by KISS I was hooked! I made the decision to get into Rock radio and that is where I have spent the past three decades, on the radio talking about the bands we love and sharing stories from the studios to the shows. I have gone from growing up in a small town in Connecticut to interviewing Jimmy Page, Ozzy, Eddie Van Halen, Steven Tyler, and countless others. Times change but the music and the memories that come with them live on and I look forward to sharing the stories with you on Q 105.7, the Capital Region's Classic Rock Station.
One Of A Kind Natural Phenomenon Hiding In The Woods Of New York
Is an eternal flame a real thing? Hell yeah it is! Head to the Shale Creek Preserve in Orchard Park for the Eternal Flame Falls.
You Are No Longer Grounded – Cuomo Extends New York Curfew
Cuomo is extending hours for New York's curfew rule for bars and restaurants starting April 19. Establishments will be able to remain open until midnight!
Don’t Put Away That Shovel! Snow Coming To Capital Region Friday?
Could the Capital Region get a blast of winter weather this week? Yes and possibly snow! According to Accuweather.com the temps will be dropping as the week continues and those April showers could turn to snow by Thursday night into Friday.
Saratoga Race Course – Spring Training Opening Set
The Saratoga Race Course is the heart and soul of that Capital Region town. People visit from around the world to see the thoroughbreds power their way around the track. According to News10 ABC, the New York Racing Association announced Friday that Saratoga Race Course will open for spring training …
Get Your ATV Off The Streets Of Albany Or Go To Jail
If you hit the streets of Albany with your illegal bike or ATV you stand the chance of up to $3,000 in fines, which you can pay after you serve 2 weeks in jail.
What The Heck Is A ‘Plus-Up’ Payment – Will You Be Getting One?
I have to tell you, all of these pandemic terms drive me nuts. It started with social distancing. That wasn't terminology that was used prior to 2020 but now it's the new normal. See? There's another one! The latest is one that I might be ale to get behind though. It's called a &…
New York Reservoir Wipes Out Entire Town
Well, when the city of Manhattan is growing so fast that they need more water, the state invokes their "rights" and literally takes a town away from the 3000 people that lived there. That town was called Bittersweet and today it lies under 175 feet of water known as the Neversink Reservoir…
Unemployed New Yorkers May Be Owed Money
There are nearly 20 million people living in New York state and nearly 1/4 of us received unemployment and enhanced pandemic unemployment benefits since this whole thing started last year. So that is nearly 5 million people collecting a smaller amount of money than their job paid and they have to pa…
Wild Photo-Worthy Themed Hotel Rooms A Short Drive from Albany, NY [Pics]
Just an hour southwest of the Capital Region, in the Catskill Mountains, you will find 2 hotels offering the Roxbury experience. The Roxbury Motel has detailed themed rooms and suites to suit your wildest imagination. The Roxbury Stratton Falls offers themed mansion rooms and tower cottages. You hav…
Attending A Concert in 2021? You’ll Need More Than A Ticket
When concerts return what will the experience be like? The answer is, concerts have already returned and with huge festivals being announced and more on the way, the experience appears to be somewhat different from what we might be used to.