Director of Content for both Fun 107 and 1420 WBSM, Rock began his radio career in Boston as a 16-year-old intern for "Rock and Roll Hall of Famer" Dale Dorman. He cracked the mic for the first time on his 18th birthday as a freshman broadcaster at Syracuse University's legendary Z-89. Rock has hosted radio shows in Boston, Syracuse, Connecticut, and New Hampshire...and came to Fun 107 back in 1995. He's hung out with some of the world's biggest names, including Tom Brady, Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran, The Weeknd, The Jonas Brothers, and Rihanna. Michael Rock has hosted live broadcasts from the Grammy Awards, Atlantis in the Bahamas, Universal Studios Florida and Red Sox Spring Training. But the most important live broadcast he's ever done was during one of his weekly Saturday Night Hotmixx shows from the Jukebox in New Bedford. That's where he met his wife, Cyndi. They now live in Mattapoisett with their two children.
High School Kids Accidentally FaceTime Gronk and Brady After Calling Wrong Number
A high school team punched in the wrong number on a group text and ended up FaceTiming with Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski in the Tampa Bay Bucs' locker room.
Somehow a Jeep Got Stuck on the Rocks Near This New England Lighthouse
We're happy to report no one was seriously hurt, but It might be time to consider revisiting driving school for operator of this Mattapoisett Jeep.
Massachusetts Schools Will Not Require Masks This Fall
According to a Fairhaven Public Schools memo, masks will no longer be required by students and staff in Massachusetts schools this coming fall.
New Bedford Floating Water Park Returning This Summer
Remember the floating water park on East Beach in the South End of New Bedford? It's coming back just in time for Summer 2021.
Massachusetts May Soon End Outdoor Alcohol Exemption
Massachusetts relaxed its rules about restaurants serving alcohol outdoors and to-go during the pandemic. But those rules may soon be enforced once again.
Massachusetts RMV: Warnings, Not Tickets, for Expired Inspection Stickers
Police in Massachusetts will be urging people to renew their inspection stickers instead of writing immediate citations.