Former KC-101 Morning Host Profiled in NY Times


Glenn Beck is profiled in today’s New York Times.

Some background on Beck from Wikipedia to refresh your memory regarding his years in Connecticut:

“By the time he was in his 20s, Beck was on WKCI-FM (KC101), a Top 40 radio station in Hamden, Connecticut, hosting the local morning show with Pat Gray. Originally the show was billed as the Glenn and Pat Show. When Gray left the show, Beck continued with co-host Vinnie Penn. While working in Connecticut, he appeared and sang background vocals on The DelraysRed, White and Blues CD, a fund raising effort by then Governor John Rowland produced by guitarist Tom Guerra. The CD was well received and was promoted by a series of live appearances.”

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