From San Diego, Calif. I have to say one thing about my life is having had a chance to see many parts of the world, whether it be as vacation or through the military (served six years in USAF), or because of a new job. I have two daughters both of whom have graduated from college with honors ( they got their brains from me), Single ladies!! I went to Wright State in Dayton Ohio, also a graduate from Long Ridge Writers Group in New Britain, Ct. I am a SYFY freak, love horror movies, but no movie without popcorn. Love the ocean and surfing, Dallas Cowboy fan and NY Mets fan. Enjoy theater and have performed in many productions. Without listing every radio station I've worked at, I'll at least start with the first one which essentially was the Armed Forces Radio Network (1976-77) in Turkey. That adventure eventually led me to commercial radio. Some of my favorite markets that I worked in are San Antonio, Texas (KMMX) and the Twin Cities (KEEY, KLXK, KJJO). I have been in the radio business for about 36 years and it has been a thrill to entertain, whether it be on the air or on location or even on-stage with National recording acts. Thanks for listening!
90’s One Hit Wonders, Part Two – Eagle-Eye Cherry, “Save Tonight” [VIDEOS]
This song expressed a strong statement defining the values of the night, relationships and ultimately life, one you may or may not remember.
90’s One Hit Wonders, Part Two – New Radicals, “You Get What You Give” [VIDEOS]
Gregg Alexander (Singer/Songwriter) wrote, "You Get What You Give", about people who aspire to be famous, and Gregg's negative attitude toward the world of "celebrity." He's saying that people should just be themselves instead of their aspiration t…
90’s One Hit Wonders, Part Two – Deep Blue Something, “Breakfast At Tiffany’s” [VIDEOS]
Four college students from the University of North Texas formed Deep Blue Something and "Breakfast At Tiffany's" was their only hit, and they did not release another album until 1998, titled 'Byzantium.'
90’s One Hit Wonders, Part Two – Tal Bachman, “She’s So High” [VIDEOS]
Canada's native Tal Bachman is the son of Randy Bachman, who is famous for his work in The Guess Who and Bachman-Turner Overdrive. "She's So High" is Tal's first single - his sound is far more mellow than his father's.
90’s One Hit Wonders, Part Two – Jimmy Ray, “Are You Jimmy Ray?” [VIDEOS]
"Are You Jimmy Ray?" peaked at #13 on the U.S Billboard charts and #13 on the U.K. singles chart, it sold over 500,000 copies in the U.S. alone.
90’s One Hit Wonders, Part Two – Len, “Steal My Sunshine” [VIDEOS]
Another song where sampling was put into play, as you listen to "More, More, More" by The Andrea True Connection you'll hear what I mean.
90’s One Hit Wonders, Part One [VIDEOS]
The 90's seem to stick out to me more than other decades for it's one - hit wonders, however; either decade you may have grown up with the music no doubt leaves with you a strong sense of nostalgia.
90’s One Hit Wonders, Part One – Sir Mix A Lot, “Baby Got Back” [VIDEOS]
This song is about women with big butts, and the men who love them. Oddly enough Mix-a-Lot got the idea for this when he was watching the Super Bowl on TV and a Budweiser commercial came on with models who were way too skinny for his taste.
90’s One Hit Wonders, Part One – Mark Morrison, “Return Of The Mack” [VIDEOS]
Morrison was the first black male solo artist to reach #1 in the UK in the '90s when this song topped the British chart.
90’s One Hit Wonders, Part One – Gerardo, “Rico Suave” [VIDEOS]
"Rico Suave" was the first Pop hit that was sung in "Spanglish," which is a combination of Spanish and English. Years down the road, as Latin dance music became more and more popular, artists like Ricky Martin often crossed languages with their songs.
90’s One Hit Wonders, Part One – Billy Ray Cyrus, “Achy Breaky Heart” [VIDEOS]
The song was penned by Country singer/songwriter Don Von Tress, this was a remake of a 1991 song by the Country act The Marcy Brothers, titled "Don't Tell My Heart." the original lyrics were slightly different: "Don't tell my heart, my achy, breakin' heart..…
90’s One Hit Wonders, Part One – Kris Kross, “Jump” [VIDEOS]
Teenage Hip-Hop duo Kris Kross was made up of Chris Kelly ("Mac Daddy") and Chris ("Daddy Mac") Smith. The two 13 year olds were discovered by 18-year-old Jermaine Dupri in an Atlanta mall. Chris Kelly recently passed away from an apparent drug overdose.