Where are you originally from?
Brookville, Ohio...I may have to change that later due to the witness protection program.
What do you like most about working for WTUE?
What CDs are in your CD player right now?
A mix CD with the new Godsmack, new Slash, Crue, new Big Head Todd & the Monsters and some Kid Rock
Where do you hang out most in Dayton?
I can be found in the pool with my handy floating chair and sometimes joined by my trusty sidekick Max the Wonder Pug (if the wife can catch him to put on his life jacket). I can't wait for Summer!
What was the best concert you've ever seen?
Wow that's a tough one I have seen some great shows. The Who twice in Columbus, The Stones twice in Cinci, Paul McCartney, Kiss (5 times), The Doobie Bros. at Hara was my first show, The Lollapalooza in 92 with Red Hot Chili Peppers, Soundgarden, Pearl Jam, Temple of the Dog, Porno for Pyros, Stone Temple Pilots, Rage Against the Machine. The Abby Road Tour at the Fraze. One that's not a bunch of big names but I need to include was in Columbus with The North Mississippi All-Stars, Big Head Tood and the Monsters, and Blues Traveler.
None yet, but, thinking about a couple. Maybe my next trip to Vegas!
If you could beat the crap out of one person, who would it be and why?
I love everyone....except anyone with a poli sci degree.
MÖTLEY CRÜE guitarist Mick Mars was knocked over by a fan on stage during the CRÜE concert Saturday at Spectra Place in Estevan, Saskatchewan, Canada. A crazed fan rushed the stage, bumped into Mars and grabbing MÖTLEY CRÜE singer Vince Neil before being tackled and hauled off.
From Blabbermouth, Mars, who was diagnosed with ankylosing spondylitis (AS) when he was 19, turned 62 years old yesterday.
In a 2008 interview with MusicRadar, Mick stated about his medical condition: "It's no walk in the park. In fact, it's why I kind of walk like Frankenstein. [laughs] The thing about ankylosing spondylitis is, it's caused by a gene; you first start noticing pain in your hips, usually when you're in your teens. What it does is it slowly fuses your bones together — your spine, your ribs… With most people it stops in their 30s, when the disease is still in their lower back. In my case, I have a rare form of the disease that hasn't stopped, so it's all the way up my whole back and into my brain stem. It's literally squeezing my rib cage together, so I've lost some height. And now that it's up in my brain stem it's hard for me to move my head in any direction, be it up and down or sideways. So I can't drive, I can't do any of that kind of stuff — this isn't a 'boo-hoo', it's just the facts."
He added: "There's no cure, but the doctors say they might, might be able to chip away some of the bone growth at the brain stem; it'll still grow back but I'll take any improvement. If I could just move my head a little and stand up straight, I'd be a happy man."
I too suffer with AS, but not to the same extent, my personal opinion is the guy that ran into Mick needs to accidentally "trip" on his way off stage.
Warning NSFW language!!!
OK Maybe I am getting the Harlem Shake...a little
I don't get the Harlem Shake craze......but here ya go