John is known as “The Voice of Hippie Radio.” In the early ‘90’s John was one of the featured voices for Bill Young Productions and produced and voiced hundreds of Radio and TV spots for national touring acts like Alan Jackson, Def Comedy Jam, Michael Bolton, plus hundreds of album commercials covering the spectrum from rock to country for all the major labels.
In 1991 John was tapped as the image voice of KZLA Los Angeles. That summer began a love affair with Country Radio that has grown through the years now encompassing imaging work from small markets to the voice of the CMA Awards on CBS-TVsince 1996, now broadcast on ABC-TV. His voice is also heard in the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum as part of “Country Music on Television” exhibit as he introduces CMA host Vince Gill on one of the actual telecasts.
In 1995 John became the promo voice for Atlanta-based WCW, World Championship Wrestling. For six and a half years his voice work was heard weekly at one time on five separate syndicated and cable WCW shows. It eventually streamlined to feature“Monday Nitro” on TNT and “Thunder” on TBS Superstation, where his voice was associated with performer packages, national promos as well as event and merchandise commercials.