At the age of 7, Jaybeau knew he'd be in some form of broadcasting. Maybe it was the day that the kind person at the front desk of WBZ - TV 4 told little Jaybeau "you have to write for tickets to be on Boomtown" when Jaybeau and his Dad showed up to get a visit with Rex Trailer. "Boomtown" on WBZ-TV 4 was a locally produced children's TV show hosted by a real life cowboy and rodeo star, Rex Trailer. Every New England kid was a fan of Rex.
Upon the devastating news of "no tickets for you" Jaybeau with Dad in-tow went rouge and decided to case the WBZ-TV building, walking around back in search of his childhood hero, Rex Trailer. Discovering an open studio door, JayBeau found himself on the set of "Boomtown." A producer knowing the power he was wielding, brought Jaybeau to Rex's office with Dad sharing the now infamous adventure, which today we call trespassing on private property. That day Jaybeau got on "Boomtown." Since then Jaybeau has been in front of a microphone or programming radio stations across the country in New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Boston, Hartford and his hometown, Worcester. (By law we must say "Wista.")
Some wonderful highlights of his broadcast career: Becoming an air personality on New York City's #1 station Z-100. Also in 2007, Jaybeau filled in for Rick Dees on the national countdown show "The Rick Dees Weekly Top 40" heard around the world. Add to that a national show on Sirius XM "70s on 7."
Jaybeau's other life is his writing. In 2012 he launched "Heroes Mentors and Friends" a book about well-being and positive thinking. In 2014 Jaybeau married his best friend Heidi (also a broadcaster) on the beach in Rhode Island. Jaybeau and Heidi have two feline kids named VJ and Bo Bo (short for Bocelli.) Jaybeau lives in the area and has two grown children, Jordan and Matthew. Jaybeau loves spending time in nature and spending every second with Heidi and the kids.
Lastly, joining the amazing WROR family for Jaybeau is a dream come true.