Larry Everett

Born in Brooklyn, New York, but raised in Baltimore, Larry has been a long time fan of radio in general, and Baltimore radio in particular. Larry is a graduate of the University of Maryland, where he first got the bug to be an on-air personality. He grew up listening to the likes of Larry Dean, Big Al Jefferson, Hot Rod, Kelson "Chop-Chop" Fisher, and the late, great Paul "Fatdaddy" Johnson. Larry has spent several decades plying his craft in the industry he loves as both an air personality and voice-over artist. Much of Larry's free time is spent in church activities (where he serves as a deacon), along with possessing a healthy viewing appetite for pro and college sports. Larry is one of those talents who would stay in the broadcasting business for as long as he's on this side of the dirt.