Musicians need performance venues, and Danny Coleman’s Rock On Radio is the forum for interviewing and listening to solo artists, creative guests, including reality stars, Rock and Roll Hall Of Famers, and many up-and-coming but unsigned NJ artists and entertainers. The famous and not so famous are made to feel right at home in the ROR studio where live performances, phone calls, Facebook, email, and chat rooms keep Danny a very busy radio host, effortlessly multitasking for 2 hours each Sunday night. And there’s even a studio audience to keep him further engaged. The night I listened in and watched the live video, Manda Morris was in the studio with her guitar having played the Stone Pony the previous night. Danny is a life-long drummer who graduated from broadcasting school but realized radio wasn't paying as well as his day job. When a back injury forced him out of work, he saw a Craigslist ad looking for Radio Show Ideas/Hosts Wanted. He pitched his idea, and ROCK ON RADIO was born April 26, 2009. “Rock On Radio was started because I felt that musicians needed a venue to be heard, not only musically, but personally as well,” Coleman says. “I hope my listeners get to know my guests on a more personal level. Many people have seen my guests in coffee house, bars, and showcases but don't know them as individuals. I want my listeners to be entertained, informed and to feel like they know me, my guest, and all of us at ROCK ON RADIO on a more personal level every week.” After the interview, please check After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for more info.
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