I've been doing this radio thing for over 35 years now. I've been a part of the Breakfast Club morning show since 1986. Since I was a kid, I've loved to read. I read the newspaper each day nearly cover to cover – usually not the classifieds though. I get a lot of ideas for my Daily Data segment just by reading the paper. I’m a lifelong Bills and Sabres fan, and I've been a regular in the press box of both teams since 1979 -- but I'm still waiting for one of them to win a championship! Four cracks at it for the Bills and two for the Sabres, and they came up short
I'm a local boy, born and raised…the youngest of five kids (but I have a twin sister). I live in East Aurora with my dog Pepper, who is one of the best retrievers in the area (in my opinion). I love the outdoors -- hunting, fishing, running, you name it. If I didn't work in radio, I would probably pursue a lifelong dream to own a beef cattle farm. My father and mother always taught me that helping people should be my number-one priority, so that’s what I hope to do by being your source of fun and country music every weekday morning!
Born in Texas, raised in Ohio! I was literally born into country music and love everything about it. From the songs to the loyal fans...there is no other genre like it! I'm a sports junkie and am obsessed with U.S. soccer (and soccer in general). I'm very excited to be able to cheer on the WNY Flash at Sahlen's Stadium instead of having to watch on YouTube! People often think I sound like Ellen, and I always take that as a compliment because I love comedy and have always looked up to one of the best comedians of all time
What would you like to know about me? I’m a WNY native, born and raised in Springville, and I haven’t really left the nest much. I live in North Evans now with my wife Brandi and two kids Madelynn and Maverick. They kind of run my world and that’s how I like it. But when I’m not taking them from place to place, my newest hobby is taking Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. I’ve been taking that for about two and a half years now, so it’s not uncommon to find me at my dojo
I'm originally from Michigan; my family owned a dairy farm, so hard work is second nature to me. My first job was at a family-owned radio station in my hometown of Mount Pleasant. I was bitten by the radio bug at an early age; I remember tracking songs on the Billboard charts and tuning in to every countdown show imaginable. I moved to Buffalo in '99 after landing the night show on WYRK and have been so happy as a Buffalonian. Half my family is here in Buffalo, and the other half is back home in Michigan, so I make it a point to visit home often
Somewhere in the Robinson family archives, there’s video of young Jeremy at a cousin’s birthday party. While all the other children are playing, Jeremy is using a stick as a microphone and interviewing party guests. By 9, Robinson was “hosting” a radio and television version of 'The Jeremy Robinson Show' out of his bedroom using a karaoke machine and his family's video camera. Now, it's not only a passion, it's a career -- and it's not just the listeners that are taking notice -- it's the country stars, too! Kix Brooks says, "Jeremy Robinson is one of the most exciting young talents on the air right now, and he’s as much a fan of country music and our artists as I am
The name's Banks. First off, I love Buffalo and hope I never leave -- ever. I went to Lancaster High School, then I studied marketing at the University at Buffalo and boogied out of there a little early. I interned here for marketing, and after I paid them all off (JK, JK), they decided to keep me, and I landed up on the radio. I love this job and everything about it -- except when I can't find the coffee to make when I have to work overnight. I believe in taking less, in always giving back and that the worst thing in life is being completely average
Born and raised in Cheektowaga, I was fortunate enough to attend college here and start a career. I have been in radio since 1992 and have worked behind the microphone with some of the most talented people in the industry, especially here. When I am not working, I love riding my motorcycle and hanging out with family and great friends (always looking to meet new ones!). I enjoy the great food here, and I am always looking for great new restaurants and hangouts
Hi, I'm Aaron James, and you can hear me mostly on weekends. I am from North Tonawanda, where I live with my wife, daughter and son. The best thing about Western New York has to be the beautiful four seasons that we see each year. When I am not on the air, you will find me with my family, on Facebook and Twitter, enjoying the outdoors on a snowmobile or boat or flying radio-controlled airplanes! I am also a big Bills and Sabres fan, and, like all Western New Yorkers, I've gotten used to saying, "There's always next year!" Thanks for listening, and I'll catch you soon on the air!
Hi! The name is Jill Daniels, and let me tell you a little about myself. I have lived my entire life in Western New York -- born and raised in East Aurora. I have been lucky enough to be working radio for the last 10 years. It has been an amazing experience, and between the music and the listeners, I have learned so much. I have a passion for two things in life -- my first is definitely the outdoors. I will spend my entire summer kayaking, camping and hiking
Although I was born in Boston, I have lived most of my life here in the Buffalo area. I must like it then, huh? The winters are great here. Since I bought a snow blower a couple of years ago, I've barely had a chance to use it. You know, guys have a special relationship with their "toys". If only I could have the same luck with my lawn mower. Went to Amherst Central High School, home of the Tigers (not to be confused with the Bengals. They're from Buff State
I am a Western New York native, born and raised in West Seneca and now living with my wife Maribeth, who is an R.N., on our 65-acre farm in Marilla. We do not have children but plenty of "kids" -- our cats, dog and horses. I have worked in Buffalo radio since 1975 and at Townsquare since 2001. Presently, I work just weekends and some fill-in on-air work. My main career is in law enforcement; I'm a mounted lieutenant, chaplain and instructor for the Erie County Sheriff's Office