Rob grew up in Maine & Vermont, and went to college 3 hours up the New York Thruway at Syracuse University.
He's been working in radio professionally since the age of 16, and Rob's career has taken him to places like Long Island, Raleigh and most recently, Minneapolis. While in Minnesota, Rob made his acting debut as the narrator/storyteller in a popular production called "Frank & Nat", about the music of and friendship between Frank Sinatra and Nat King Cole, which was performed with an 18 piece Big Band.
When he's not co-hosting the Live 95.9 morning show, you might find Rob at the Guido's salad bar, exploring the beautiful Berkshires, or catching a local band, theatre production or comedy show at one of our many great nearby venues.
Rob is single and lives in Pittsfield's Uptown cultural arts community.
You can e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello, I’m Meg, the newest addition to the LIVE 95.9 crew! My first experience in radio occurred when I was asked to stand in for an absent co-host at WLOY, University of Loyola’s radio station. It was a well-intentioned ruse to get me out of my dorm for a surprise birthday party. Little did they know, they helped me see what I really wanted to do in life.
I graduated from Emerson College with a Masters in journalism and interned at WBZ1030 and WBUR before coming to the Berkshires.
When not at LIVE 95.9, you can find me writing or drawing in a nearby café, exercising at the local gym, and reading at the library.
Originally from Connecticut, I am proud to call the Berkshires my new home. You can follow me on twitter @meganduley or friend me on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/pancakebatter"
Listen to me Mon-Fri from 2-7 for all your favorite music including The Live Drive At Five, full of your requests and FREE food from Vivaldi's!
Ok now I will answer a few q's....
Q: Who is your favorite singer?
A: I have two, John Lennon and Liam Gallagher.
Q: What is your favorite movie of all time?
A: The Blues Brothers.
Q: What would you do if you had a million dollars?
A: Burn it. I don't deserve it. Kidding. I would pay off debt and help my whole family!
Q: Would you rather have super strength or super intelligence?
A: Super intelligence.
Q: A random Bryan Slater fact?
A: I have natural black hair and a red beard. Don't ask...
Chris Vecchia is Pittsfield native with a passion for performing and entertainment. He is a local singer/songwriter and actor, with a bachelor's degree in music from the Berklee College of Music in Boston. He can be seen around Berkshire County behind a piano or on stage at one of the many theaters here in the Berkshires. Recently Vecchia played the role of Bob Cratchit in BTG's annual production of Charles Dicken's "A Christmas Carol" at the Colonial Theatre in Pittsfield. Chris got his start in radio back in highschool when he hosted a weekly afternoon radio show called "Retro Rehab" on WTBR 89.7FM out of Taconic High School. He then began doing production work for Weiner Broadcasting on Lite 96 WUPE. To find out more about Chris or to see where he'll be performing next, visit his website at www.chrisvecchia.com.
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