Brock began his radio career in Tampa Bay at the University of South Florida’s WUSF-FM in 1971 and is credited as the creator of the station’s “Underground Railroad” program. In 1973 he moved across the bay to St. Pete’s WFSO and then on to Sarasota’s WQSR in 1975. Other stints included stays at WORJ Orlando (1978), WMET Chicago (1980), WSHE Miami (1983), Honolulu’s KPOI, KPOI-FM, KRTR, and KHNR, Atlanta’s WSB-FM and WFOX in Gainesville, Georgia.
In 2007, B. Rock (as he’s known to listeners) returned to Hawaii as director of programming for the five Oahu stations belonging to Maui-based Visionary Related Entertainment LLC and began his third tour of duty as PD/morning host of classic rock KPOI/Honolulu. His tour was cut short when he was dropped by the company on April 28, 2009.
1971 - 1978 Other Tampa Bay Area Stations (On Air Personality)