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TODD BERRYMANOn Air 5am-10am
TODD BERRYMANOn Air 5am-10am CLICK FOR MORE ABOUT TODD
Born where: Columbus native.
Family: Family in southern Indiana, with extended family in the eastern part of the state.
How do you feel about your job? Radio is all I’ve ever known. Did some time in retail and convenience store work here and there, but for gaining on thirty years now, this is what I do. This is what I am. It’s what I’m wired for.
Most memorable concert was: Steely Dan, 1993 – the reunion tour – at the former Deer Creek in Noblesville. Trumped only by the NEXT time I saw them, 20 years later, at the Murat.
MIKE SULLIVANOn Air 10am-3pm
MIKE SULLIVANOn Air 10am-3pm CLICK FOR MORE ABOUT MIKE
Born where: Bloomington, Indiana
Family: Wife Becky
Pet: Shitz-zuh Buddy
How long have you been in radio? Started in the beginning of the Jimmy Carter years…1977
How do you feel about your job? Still love the incredible feeling of connectivity with my audience and the music and information I’m privileged to share on a daily basis.
Most memorable concert was: Two that really stand out. My first, which was at age 9 I got to see the Jackson 5 at Assembly Hall in Bloomington. I couldn’t believe the group that I watched Saturday mornings as a cartoon was performing live in front of my eyes.
The other was Queen and Billy Squier at Market Square Arena in ’81. A spectactor had passed out in the seat behind my friend and I before the concert even began. His friends kept trying to wake him up, and I knew that when they did, he would get sick. Which he did, all over my friend and my seats. So we watched most of the concert from the aisle. But Queen was so awesome, I didn’t care where my seats were. Freddie Mercury was the most hypnotizing lead singer I’ve ever witnessed.
RICH ANTHONYOn Air 3pm-8pm
RICH ANTHONYOn Air 3pm-8Pm CLICK FOR MORE ABOUT RICH
Born where: Flint, Michigan and grew up in Grand Blanc, Michigan.
Family: Married to my wife Joanne with 3 kids, Sophie, Bradley and Rebecca. My other son Chris lives in Oklahoma.
Pets: Oh man. Too many! Five cats and Maggie, our tee-cup Chihuahua.
How long have you been in radio?: I’m now in my 20th year doing radio. I began at a station in Monticello, Indiana and yes, I’ve broadcast live from Indiana Beach. The station was playing oldies when it was sold to a group in Lafayette, IN. I worked for that company on 93.5 KHY and WXXB until migrating south to Columbus in late 2001.
How do you feel about your job?: I love my career. I wish I would’ve began my journey in radio sooner in my life. I tell young people all the time, “Find something you love, that you’re passionate about and you’ll never work a day in your life”.
Most memorable concert was: Hmmmmm. So many too choose from. Probably the first Eagles’ concert I took my wife to at the United Center in Chicago. Great seats, 1st row in the lower bowl so no obstructions and they played for almost 4 hours on their “Long Road Out Of Eden” tour!