Harv

Harv & the real life version of “Glee”
Harv & the real life version of “Glee”

Story Time!

As some of you may or may not know, I was DJ Harv for several years on WDBR doing overnights and Saturday Nightlife, home of the infamous “Gaysian Minute.” I decided to leave WDBR in April of 2012 to live in La Crosse, WI and pursue a career there, before accepting the Night Time job back here in Springfield on WDBR in January of this year. While living in La Crosse, I couldn’t help notice this group of choir singers being chased around by a camera crew all over the city, and them doing fun and wacky stuff in the meantime. Turns out they got their own TV show. Ladies and gentleman I present to you, The Grand River Singers! Check out the link below for the first episode!

P.S. look out for my cameo in the Apple Fest Episode. I even bought Fried Pickles from Josh’s team and rode the “Sizzler” with them!

http://www.vh1.com/video/off-pitch/full-episodes/grand-river-singers/1705038/playlist.jhtml

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