Derek Hartley | emailMilitary brat Derek Hartley had, for the most part, an extremely happy childhood. He is second-generation gay on both sides of his family and is working on a book entitled I Lost My Virginity To Barbra Streisand (And Other True Tales of Dating Horror). Visit him at www.derekhartley.com.
Romaine Patterson | emailRomaine met fellow student Matthew Shepard as a college freshman. After his 1998 brutal murder, Patterson silenced anti-gay protesters at the trial by leading a band of angels with giant wings made of bed sheets. Angel Action is now used all over the world to combat hate. Visit www.eatromaine.com.
Doria Biddle | emailCalled "The Kevin Bacon of Lesbian Los Angeles," Doria Biddle has written for MTV, Nickelodeon's Rugrats, Disney's Recess and was an editor at Teen Magazine where she learned all about boys and makeup.
Lance BassSinger-actor-producer-writer-entrepreneur-philanthropist Lance Bass has sold over 65 million albums worldwide and won numerous awards as a member of *NSYNC. He's also a film, TV and Broadway star, a NASA-certified cosmonaut, and an active participant and leader in many charitable organizations.
Frank DeCaro | emailPerformer. Pop culture pundit. Gay ghetto superstar. DeCaro is all this and more. Since first appearing on The Daily Show in 1996, he has been called “basic cable’s answer to Rex Reed,” “Quentin Crisp in James Coco’s body” and “Paul Lynde for a new generation.” Visit Frank at www.frankdecaro.com.
Larry Flick | emailAs a super-shy geek growing up in the Bronx, NY, Larry Flick had dreams of the big-time rock ‘n’ roll life. With courage and a big sense of humor, he went out on the road as a touring assistant to the Power Station, later becoming a taste-making journalist for Billboard, Vibe and The Advocate.
Keith Price l emailAs co-host of The Morning Jolt with Larry Flick, Keith gets to share his humor with the world while interviewing some of the most iconic and news-making figures of the day. As a comedian, Keith has performed his message of love and fabulosity at colleges, Pride events and famed NYC clubs.
John Nash | emailAn inveterate raconteur, John Nash helped pioneer gay & lesbian marketing beginning in 1990 through his partnership at two ad agencies that created custom LGBT programs for major American corporations. Now, he’s bringing his unique perspective to bear on business and marketing with The Focus Group. Keep up with John at www.focusgroupradio.com
Tim Bennett | emailA long-time business and marketing insider, Tim Bennett spent 15 years creating groundbreaking marketing programs at Subaru of America that helped launch a wave of gay marketing among major American businesses, forever changing the way corporate leaders viewed the gay market and, ultimately, gay Americans. Keep up with Tim at www.focusgroupradio.com
Eddie Robinson | email & twitter
A native of Mississippi, Eddie Robinson started his radio career as a Jock for a Top 40 100,000-Watt radio station while a 10th grader in high school! He later moved to New York and worked on network television for CBS News, CNN-affiliate New York One, and MTV Networks. His passion for radio took over and landed him a gig for seven years with New York Sports Talk Radio, WFAN, then later as a news host in public radio. He's also worked with SiriusXM's SportsZone and NFL Radio.