In the early 90’s I began my internship at Community Supported Radio KZUM 89.3 FM, LINCOLN, NE. It’s where I began to experiment with a variety of music, Contemporary Folk, Alternative Country and Southern Flavored Rock.  Well one evening I was invited to a local Bluegrass Band Reunion at a venue called The Loft in the Haymarket area. I’ll never forget it! “THE BLUEGRASS CRUSADE”.  Exceptional artists with a love for the traditional style. Well I’d never heard anything like it before and it was at that point that I knew exactly what I wanted to spin. Bluegrass!!

    It took me a while to balance the show with Classic to the Progressive Edge styles, but, with a little help from my friends I put together a 2-hour show called “The Drive-In Radio Show”. Fast forward to 2005, I began to work at Dial Global Radio in Omaha, NE (which at that time was Waitt Radio) That experience opened a world of radio I never knew existed. I was now broadcasting Todays Country and Country Classics throughout the Midwest and parts of the Southeastern regions of the USA.

    As time flew bye I began to experiment with music editing software and a world of production on the internet. After 20 years with KZUM 89.3 FM I entered a phase of radio broadcasting from my own studio at home, Acoustic Freight Radio. Although the name of the show has gone through some changes, (The Drive In Radio Show / The Drive In 2.0 and now The Bluegrass Drive In 2.0) I’m thrilled to be able to  present my show on The Bluegrass Jamboree along with many others expressing their love for Bluegrass and Old Time Country. Welcome to “The Bluegrass Drive In 2.0” Heard each Friday at 12 Noon/11 CDT on TheBluegrassJamboree.Com                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Psalm 100:1


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