Someone Has a Birthday (and it’s not a video game)
The WarpZone Show started in mid-October, 2010, with Ben Davis as the producer and lonely host. The show was terrible!
Ben asked Alex and his wife Chelsy to help him with recording and hosting the podcast in the tiny KWCR Production Studio, a room made for one person filled with three adults and a table!
At the time, Alex was the program director of KWCR and approved studio time for the WarpZone Show as an hour-long podcast. Starting in December 2010, the WarpZone Show set up in the radio studio with some breathing room and was able to put together a regular routine.
In spring, Wife Chelsy left when she received a full-time day job (something that I still need to do…) and was replaced with Kevin, but Alex never wavered and always remained professional and prepared for the show (although he loves to joke that he’s just filling space).
After Alex was promoted to general manager, the WarpZone Show was made into an on-air production in the KWCR line-up.
In October, GameTaffy was built, and soon after opening, Alex began writing for the article, in addition to co-hosting the radio show, running KWCR 88.1 Weber FM, and studying at Weber State University.
GameTaffy would like to wish Alex Larrabee a very happy birthday, and we hope that you’ll do the same!