As a child, John used to make his grandparents laugh with his imitation of Ed Sullivan. That’s when he discovered it isn’t food, but an audience that sustains you.
John began his broadcast career long before the enlightened age of digital sound when records and reel-to-reel tapes were the order of the day; a time his children refer to as the Jurassic Age of radio.
John has enjoyed performing just about every job that can be found in radio from writing to production to being on the air.
He’s the first to tell you there’s no business like it.
In addition to radio, John has written for newspapers as well as the stage and whenever time allows you’ll find him in the theatre, either attending a play or performing in one.
Again, it’s the audience that sustains you.
John is on 920 KSHO weekdays from 3pm – 9pm and overnights Saturday to Sunday from 9pm – 3am.