As a little boy I was more intrigued with radio then anything else. After High School, I met my Jr. High School teacher back in 1981 who gave me my first crate of records. So, I saved in order to buy my own turntable. At 14 practice makes perfect. By the age of 16 I had already worked in a few nightclubs in fell's point Baltimore. By the time I was 18, I was working at a Radio station in the promotion's department. There I learned there is more then just spinning records. I had a chance to meet with the biggest names in the music industry. After learning a few tricks with how to make music myself I started recording my own Calling it "alter-trance" with my biggest influences being Def leppard - Nine inch nails - Gravity Kills - Etc.. In the 1990's after getting out of the club industry, I'm finding it being more exciting to be mobile since I have been still recording music and recreating or remixing music, and now married and raising my family and still a DJ in Baltimore.
Rick, We just wanted to thank you again for being a part of our special day. The reception was perfect and everyone had a fantastic time. Thank you again for staying later and keeping the party going. I just didn't want it to end. You are the best DJ I have ever worked with. You took away all of the confusion We look forward to working with you again. Sincerely, Tania and Shawn Glidden