Greg Lake (Gregory Whaley)  Biography
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Greg lake is originally from the suburbs of Washington, D.C. and moved to Florida in the late '70s to attend college in St. Augustine, where he met and married his wife, Kathy. He started his radio career at WKGR-FM 98.7 (Ft. Pierce, FL) as part-time week-ends until the station was sold. He followed the "KGR air staff" to Ft. Meyers and did overnights at WAKS-FM 103.7 until it was sold. Once again the "radio caravan" came back to the east coast of Florida to WZZR-FM 92.7 (Port St. Lucie, FL) where Greg continued his overnight show "The Dead Zone" until the winter of 1994 when he was given the morning drive slot. Greg stayed there until the spring of 1994 when he was let go for sagging ratings. Within 6 months of the launch of the Howard Stern show in the Fall of 1995 on rival WBGG, Greg's ratings were cut in half. Greg moved to Daytona Beach and started his own advertising agency (Alternative Advertising). After four years in the ad business, Greg was offered, and accepted, the Production Director post at WELE-AM 1380, Ormond Beach.  After a year, he traded in in his Production Director duties for Program Director stripes. During the controversial 2000 presidential election, Greg launched a new politically driven, morning call-in talk show called "Radio Free Volusia" which aired from 7-10am Monday thru Friday. In January of 2007 the shows hours were changed to 6AM-9AM Monday thru Friday.

4-25-08 Greg does his last show on WELE. He had been with the station for seven years.
 
7-21-11 Greg is now operating a voiceover service called Voxominous


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