I began collecting records in 1974 at the age of 8. My deejaying started in 1976 when my best friend and I would take turns spinning records from our collections during fifth grade recess. Entering college in 1984, I immediately sought out the 10,000 watt campus radio station, WCVT 89.7 FM, where I spent *A LOT* of my time for the remainder of the Eighties and the beginning of the Nineties. For years I co-hosted the Steve & Skizz Show; hosted my own Psycho-Drive Time show; hosted the Local Band Show; and hosted numerous special broadcasts. I eventually became Music Director for the last several years of my involvement there. In 1989, the Baltimore City Paper awarded me a Best Of Baltimore award for Best FM Deejay. Also during that time, I began to occasionally deejay at bars, clubs, and parties, which I continue to do today.

I have one rule when deejaying: I only play music I like. My sets and playlists focus a lot on Sixties surf, garage, mod, beat, psych, British Invasion, funk and soul; Seventies and Eighties punk, new wave, post-punk, power-pop, glam & bubblegum, Krautrock, college radio hits & deep cuts; PLUS Western swing & classic country; jazz and novelty records from any decade; and plenty of contemporary acts keeping any of the previously mentioned genres alive. I will gladly play requests if I have them, but only if I like them.

For upcoming DJ gigs, check the schedule page.

For bookings, please email bfink2-at-gmail-dot-com


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