Jenn Gondek

Jenn Gondek

I have had a passion for music for as long as I can remember. Whether I’m listening to my Led Zeppelin records or belly dancing music has always been an important part of my life. I believe the best music can be found when you rewind back in time! I’ll never forget the day in 4th grade when I saw my first video of an Alice Cooper concert. It was love at first sight and listen!

My first concert was Meat Loaf back in 1994 at the OOB Ball Park. I’ve been lucky enough to see ZZ TOP, KISS, Aerosmith, Cheap Trick, David Bowie and of course Alice Cooper! Alice will always remain my favorite; no one puts on a show like he does! I may have also seen the Spice Girls back in ’98 but we all have a few embarrassing concerts in our past, right?

When I’m not playing great music for you at night I’m belly dancing, learning Japanese, and spending time with the people and animals I love. My family and I support animal adoption and rescue and we currently have 5 dogs, 5 cats, a rabbit, turtle, and 2 snakes.

Thanks for listening and hanging out with me during the overnights on Rewind 100.9!

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