Host of Orange Grove Radio, 7-8a Saturdays
John Dixon hails from Buffalo, New York and was turned on to jazz at an early age by his dad who would cranked up the volume while listening to jazz on WUFO. He received his undergraduate degree from John C. Smith University, in North Carolina, and his graduate degree in political science from Atlanta University.
John is an avid jazz fan with an extensive collection of music in his library. He’s done voice work for Cox Media Group, including WHQT (Hot 105) here in Miami, and has also substituted for our very Michael Valentine on a few occasions.
John has been living in Miami for over 30-years and is currently the Director of Miami-Dade County’s Economic Advocacy Trust.
Nadine Nunberg fuses her passion for music and commitment to Jewish culture on the airwaves at WDNA.
As a host, Tony C brings years of firsthand experiences and knowledge to the Reggae Ride audience. His shows embodies all the elements fans crave and includes the various subgenres of the artform.
Rick has been writing professionally for 40 years, primarily about music. He’s authored three books, and written for numerous regional and national newspapers, including The Oregonian and Willamette Week in Portland, Oregon; LA Weekly, the Los Angeles Times and The Houston Chronicle. And from 2007 to 2013 he served as the Director of Performing Arts for the Houston International Festival.
Tony Moss, a/k/a “Spectrum-T” (the DJ who packs a J.D.), is delighted to join the luminary cast of program hosts at WDNA--88.9. Who’d ever have thought a country boy from Tarboro, North Carolina, would ever have an opportunity like this!!