Evenings for K-Earth 101 Los Angeles
I was a radio station contest junkie starting about 12 years old. Winning tons of cash to yes, a vibrator. I won so much that the DJ's got to know me. Occasionally in high school I would skip school and take a bus to visit my favorite radio station and the local DJ's I made friends with. Then when I was 15 they hired me. I made $2.10 per hour at the #1 Rock station in Baltimore and I became the youngest DJ on the air in town. That was 1975. By the end of '82, I had worked my way around town and there was no place left to make more money so I got lucky and wound up at legendary LA station K-Earth 101. After 3 years a new consultant came in and fired the entire staff. Having been in Hollywood for 3 years at that point, TV came calling and I spent one final year working part time in radio while transitioning to television. That was actually playing country music here in LA at KZLA.