Thanks for stopping by! I was born and raised in Buffalo (aside from two interesting years in Salt Lake City...ask me about that later), so I'm clearly a HUGE Bills and Sabres fan. I love radio -- you've probably heard me (and my commercials) all over the Buffalo area since 1995. I also love music -- cheesy '80s and '90s pop especially...darn, I just said that aloud! Anyway, thanks for listening!
I'm a dog-mom to a sweet-but-insane yellow lab named DJ, and most recently, a betta-mom to Klaus VonKlock Fish. I can recite all 50 states alphabetically in less than 30 seconds (personal best is :26). I can spend HOURS wandering around a drug store. I'm double-jointed in my left thumb. It serves no purpose -- so far. I quote 'Golden Girls' episodes regularly. I am an avid animal-lover. But not so much that I don't find some delicious. I am not good at growing things; sadly, I once killed an artificial plant
I was born in Northern New Jersey but spent a lot of my life in North Carolina. What's the odd look for? Oh, I know what you're thinking: "Why would you move to a land that gets snow four or more months out of the year?" Simple: I miss the season and YES, even the snow! I haven't had to wear a sweater in years, and frankly, I'm excited to be able to! I'm really easygoing, so if you have a question, just send me a message!
My name is Delilah, and you may have heard my voice at night on your local radio station. My show is internationally syndicated, and my listeners make it the incredible success it is with their amazing tales of love. I partner your favorite love songs with real dedications and stories to create the Delilah radio show. I am also the author of 'Love Matters,' which is much like my radio show, only in print. I am a mother of 10 children, seven of whom were adopted
Tom has been doing talk radio since 1995 when he got his start on WBEN with "Frankly Speaking", a show he hosted for four years. He also was the first in WNY to do a show exclusively on behavioral health. "Mind Matters" aired on Oldies 104 WHTT-FM in 1998. You can now catch Tom every Sunday morning on Joy FM with "Spotlight On Health", produced by Spotlight on Hope, Inc..