Mase operates on two key principles: never drink bottom shelf liquor and The Clash will always be the only band that matters.  

The only man from the South without a Southern accent, Mase left the sunny shores of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, for the banks of the Scioto River...mostly because his wife said so.  With years of radio experience and an encyclopedic knowledge of “Old Man Rock”, in 2016 Mase brought his sarcastic humor to the Alternative Station airwaves. Wanting to educate the masses on “Old Man Rock”, he also began hosting “The Stash” (Sundays, 11am - 1pm) to pay homage to alternative radio’s roots.  

To round out the journey, after a year he was offered the position of Program Director and he said “well, ok”.   Essentially he’s the man behind the radio curtain, tasked with making sure the music doesn’t suck. Obviously he has come a long way from his days of stalking Johnny Cash’s tour bus in Atlanta so he could get his paperback copy of “The Man in Black” signed.       

When he’s at home listening to records with his dog, Mike, it’s usually The Clash (duh), Bowie, Johnny Cash, Prince, The Pixies, Cheap Trick, or The Replacements.