Over 10 years on the air at WOMR, the show has changed quite a bit. This has helped to keep the content and delivery stay fresh on a weekly basis. In the beginning, the show was on the overnight from Sunday to early Monday morning and had a jazzy feel to it. After a few years, I migrated to 9 to midnight on Saturdays, and the program changed to suit. Now that I'm on a weekday afternoon the program has morphed again. Whether it's helping workers get through a long day on the job, or getting party people in the mood for a night on the town, the show in its present incarnation keeps a high-energy vibe that is fueled by adrenaline and heavy doses of caffeine. In the off season, the show changes a bit to reflect the ambience of the outer cape without the all the activities of summer. The metabolism slows down to get through the quiet winter months at the end of the sandbar.
In my time at WOMR my taste and knowledge of music has evolved. Since the dawn of the current millenium, a whole scene has blown up devoted to the sound of 60's and 70's funk and soul. These bands are not merely paying tribute to the old masters, but driving the beat into the future. Also, there are DJ's who dedicate themselves to finding little known deep funk tracks from original artists. When I was getting started on the radio, I didn't have any DJs that I looked up to as role models and inspiration. Now I do. I can take bits and pieces of what others are doing, add my take on the material, and come up with a distinctive brew of my own.