Dave Walker

Dave Walker

*WHERE ARE YOU FROM? 
Seattle originally.  But Bellingham is home.  Since 1980.

*ARE YOU MARRIED?  HAVE FAMILY?
Yes and yes.  One wife, two step-kids, four grandkids, a mom, a dad, a step-mom, two brothers, three nieces, two nephews, two aunts, two dogs, two cats, and an aquarium full of fish and frogs.  Who’d I miss?

*WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE MUSIC?  WHO ARE YOUR FAVORITE ARTISTS? 
Check my iPod and you’ll find everything from Pink to Pink Floyd.  My all-time favorite is Paul Simon – since I was a kid – and I’m always finding new sounds I like.  Lately I added a band I saw play at Pike Place Market called The Millionaires Club.  I bought their CD from them and I love it because it’s so different from everything else I have.

*WHAT’S YOUR FAVORITE RESTAURANT?
You’ll find us in the lounge at Billy McHale’s more than anywhere else.  We love the food and the servers there.  You’d find us at the Oyster Bar more often if we were richer.  That place is amazing.  So is the bill.

*WHAT’S YOUR GUILTY PLEASURE? 
Madden football on the Xbox.  Wanna play?

*WHAT DO YOU DO WHEN YOU’RE NOT PLAYING RADIO? 
I try to make a dent in my honey-do list.  It’s long and never-ending.

*HAVE YOU EVER MET DAVE WALKER?  WHAT’S HE LIKE?
Yes.  Total dork.

*IF YOU WEREN’T ON THE RADIO WHAT WOULD YOU BE DOING?
Digging ditches.

*WHAT’S THE BEST THING ABOUT WORKING ON AIR AT KAFE? 
Not digging ditches.


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