I began my radio career at age 16. At the age of 19 I moved to Bakersfield and went to country powerhouse KUZZ/KCWR. My career there lasted more than 16 years. Concurrent with my on-air radio career, I entered the night club scene. I spent time as lead disc jockey and entertainment and promotions director for the most popular nightclub at that time, Roxanne's. I spent most of the 1990s there, at Cadillac Ranch, and most recently, karoake at Buck Owens' Crystal Palace.

It was time spent in the clubs that led to my love of entertainment, since I was able to see the response first-hand, rather than only playing music on the radio. During the late 1980s and early 1990s I did a few weddings off and on, but time (or rather lack of time) was a factor.

In early 1995 I embraced the mobile disc jockey business as its own enterprise. I purchased what was needed and went to work and have been going strong ever since.

I take great pride in what I do and love interacting, and connecting with the audience, playing music from all formats. I have earned the respect of area wedding consultants as well as hotel event planners and enjoy a large number of return and referral business. I specialize in weddings and do around 80 events a year.