Jeff Raspe is a 20+ year veteran of Jersey Shore radio having spent 13 years at influential alternative station WHTG-FM (FM106.3) producing and hosting the new music show called “The Underground” for most of that time. Since 2001 he has been a full-time host and Music Director at WBJB-FM (90.5 The NIGHT). He won “Top Radio Personality” at the Asbury Music Awards the first two years of the category. In 2011 he hosted the Asbury Music Awards for the first time. He also put in time at independent record label Absolute A Go Go Records (Phish, The Vestrymen, Tiny Lights, The Figgs, Black Sun Ensemble), management company Miracle Management (Miracle Legion, Shelleyan Orphan, The Figgs), talent buying at Rock The House (Wallington NJ), and booked an east coast tour for Big Deal Records artist Boo Trundle. In 2008 he coordinated and executive produced a tribute to the NJ band Winter Hours for Main Man Records called “A Few Uneven Rhymes” that included contributions from Gordon Gano (Violent Femmes) & The Ryan Brothers (The Bogmen), Matthew Caws (Nada Surf), and several members of The Feelies. He has also done some guest DJing for Jesse Malin, Josh Ritter, Todd Rundgren and Days Awake at The Stone Pony in Asbury Park NJ and, by special request, at Jesse Malin’s Niagara Bar and Bowery Electric in NYC.

Now heard from 3p-7p ET Monday through Friday on 90.5FM in central NJ and 90.5thenight.org from your computer.

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Songwriters In The Park Facebook page

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  1. Tracey says:

    Hi Jeff,
    Love your blog!! I used to live in NJ and listened to 106.3 WHTG exclusively in the 90s. I’ve been trying to remember the name of this song or even the female singer who sang it…all i have is a line from the chorus: “I really like you.” I think they mention sitting on steps…her voice and the style of music reminds me of Amy Mann, but more upbeat. Any help would be appreciated. I’m guessing it was in the early 90s. Thanks for your help!!
    Tracey

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