Thats what they call me. Some even say there's a "Soprano" resemblance. I dont see it. I've been doing mornings here since 1987. In radio years, that qualifies me to be a Jurassic Park exhibit, I think. But having Blacksmith, Roadkill, Laura, and Kelly there each morning keeps it fun. We hope it does for you too....
As for me - I'm just a normal guy in an abnormal job. I've got a great wife, 2 great kids, and a job that lets me play for a living. Yeah, that doesn't suck.....
Hope you enjoy the page- and if you got questions - then ask em! I'll try to answer all of em once I get em!
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Greg and the Morning Buzz: Me, Andy Blacksmith, Scott "Roadkill" McMullen, Laura Boyce and Kelly Brown. 5:30am-10am. The Rock Station 100.3 WHEB, Portsmouth NH, Rock 101 WGIR-FM Manchester, The Hawk 104.9 Meredith/Laconia, and KOOL-93.9FM in Lebanon NH, and KOOL 96.3 in Keene. Tune in - join the family!
Greg's "NH CHRONICLE" Segment from WMUR-TV Channel 9
This movie is at the top of my "Must-See" movies this Christmas. It stars Ben Stiller, Kristin Wig, and Sean Penn. Need I say more?
Yes, I take a lot of photos. Literally THOUSANDS a year. If I've got three or four hours open in the day or morning- then there's a good chance Im going to head out shooting. Sometimes I catch something special. Sometimes I don't. But as much as I love nailing a good shot - I love the hunt for it as well. My guess is that it's like what hunters feel after a day in the woods. Even if they come home empty handed- they love being out there just the same. I get that...
The Storm Comes. Plum Island, MA. A flock of geese lie low as the storm begins. It was a beautiful place to be, as the snow started to fly. The heavier it got - the prettier it got. Of course- realizing I was alone on the giant wildlife sanctuary- was a little freaky! LOL.
Daylight at The Nubble. York Beach, ME. I took this shot this summer. By framing it this way, I was attempting to show the Nubble in a way you don't normally see it. I loved the way the sun rose behind it. By repositioning myself, and moving slightly from right to left - I allowed the sun to peak out from behind the lighthouse. This is how you can get the "star" affect of the sun. Slight movement - and shooting the entire time - slowly bringing the sun into the frame. If you do it slowly enough- you can get some great star effects with the sun. On this shot- I wasn't so much shooting for the star effect, as I was the shadow of the lighthouse, and the way the light seemed to wrap around it...
Sunday's Reflection. Sugar Hill NH. i took this on a sunny morning in early Fall. I always loved this church at the top of Sugar Hill. Most people shoot it from the opposite side- amidst the field of Lupines. Little to they know.....
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OK, nevermind the French dj's because I can't understand a damn thing they're saying - but just listen to this kid!! I'm telling you right now- if the King were alive today and heard this kid, he'd say "Hey man, this kid sounds like Elvis!"