Sunny Joe started his career in nearby Claremont N.H. on Q106. He got his big break in Connecticut at WKCI FM KC101. He then moved back to his hometown New York where he worked on Hot 97 the Number 1 Dance station at the time. He interviewed stars like Prince, Deborah Gibson, The Cover Girls and Expose. Then Sunny Joe would work on Pittsburgh’s Heritage R&B station WAMO Hot 106 where he did the Afternoon show. After a stop at Power 108 Cleveland, Sunny Joe ended up in Kansas City at KXXR where he took the Comedy Stage at Stanford’s Comedy House. After being discovered by a local promoter Sunny Joe went to Los Angeles to pursue a career in Stand Up and Film. After getting the call to go back to New York and work on WBLS, Sunny Joe worked mostly evenings. Many have yelled out Yo! Sunny Joe especially the club goers and radio listeners that followed him from club to club every Saturday Night live on the radio. Sunny Joe was best known as the ‘Limo Jock’ being shuttled from one nightclub to another while working with Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame Mixer Grand Master Flash. Sunny Joe spent most of the Mid to Late 90′s doing National Voice Overs and Television Appearances. He can be seen in Law and Order, New York Undercover, NYPD Blue and various Music Videos to name a few of his projects. He studied film at Weist Barron -New York. Always having the passion to be a radio entertainer not just a DJ, Sunny Joe moved to Ocean City Maryland for his first Morning Show on OC104. He was number one every ratings book. Sunny Joe has also done Mornings in Melbourne Florida, New London Connecticut and Springfield Massachusetts. After more than 3 years as Production Director and Afternoon Host in Syracuse N.Y., Sunny Joe is now excited to be in the Monadnock Region as the Afternoon Drive Host on KNE FM.
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