Joe began his radio career in Milwaukee in 1995, while studying at the University of Wisconsin-Waukesha. Before B93.3, he spent almost 10 years in Green Bay, and five years in Cleveland, Ohio.
Joe is very happy to be back home with family in his hometown of Milwaukee. Throughout his career, he has interviewed major celebrities and musicians like Tommy Lee, Matt Damon, Train, Katy Perry, Chris Daughtry, Phillip Phillips, Matchbox 20 and countless others. He has hosted large, nationally televised events, such as the NFL Kickoff Concert in front of 100,000 people, and broadcasted live internationally from places like Mexico and Jamaica. These events have gotten Joe nominated for Broadcaster of the Year, and awards in other Broadcaster Association categories.
Joe loves to get involved with the community. He has emceed and been a part of local development and fundraising for The American Red Cross, Habitat for Humanity, March of Dimes, Special Olympics and numerous animal shelters and humane societies.
When Joe isn’t “exercising” while chasing his two young boys, Caleb and Truman around, he likes to run, and recently completed his first full marathon. He is very active, and loves to go biking, swimming, cook on the grill outside and do crazy things like repelling down 200 foot walls. He and his wife Kristin, along with their two children, are happy to call Milwaukee home again!