Jaybeau Jones

Weekdays 2:00pm - 7:00pm

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND - JANUARY 06: Kicker Mike Badgley of the Los Angeles Chargers in action against the Baltimore Ravens during the AFC Wild Card Playoff game at M&T Bank Stadium. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)

You don’t HAVE to play for the Patriots to be loved.

Spencer NFL Star Hometown Charity

Spencer home town hero Patrick Ricard and his wife Hayley are a great story. He became the pride of Spencer when he was signed to the Baltimore Ravens in 2017.

David Prouty High Grads

Childhood sweethearts, Patrick and his wife Hayley are a great story. Both David Prouty High School grads, Pat and Hayley found a way to give back to Spencer.  Playing off Pat’s nickname, Pancake Pat, Pat is holding a pancake breakfast July 16th at the Spencer Fire Station. It will benefit the high school’s athletic booster club and the Spencer Fire Association. What’s even better, you can win tickets to see Pat’s team, the Baltimore Ravens play the Patriots at Gillette for the home opener September 22!

How fun will it be to cheer on Pat AT THE PATS! How’s that for a Spencer NFL Star Hometown Charity!?

You can find tickets by contacting the Spencer Fire Department. Red more below.

 

Now living in Spencer, you can hear Worcester native Jaybeau Jones weekdays from 2p-7p on 1057 WROR, 80’s and More! Jaybeau’s show is the #1 music show in Boston from 2p-7p weekdays, playing 80’s and more!

After many years in radio programming management, Jaybeau joined WROR in the afternoon in 2015. One of Jaybeau’s career highlights, was the honor to fill in for Rick Dees on The Rick Dees Weekly Top 40 in 2007. 

At home Jaybeau enjoys his time with his wife, fellow broadcaster, Heidi, and his two feline children Ellie and Bobo. Jaybeau’s grownup human kids, Matthew, lives in Boston. Jordan, lives in Rhode Island. 

Tune in at 4:15 to hear 90’s minutes of non-stop ROR 80’s and More, commercial free! It’s the Commercial Free Drive Home starting at 4:15pm! 

 

NFL player from Massachusetts hosting fundraiser in his hometown

The town of Spencer in Worcester County, Massachusetts, has a population of just under 12,000. So when native son Patrick Ricard made it to the NFL, it was a very big deal.Ricard was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Baltimore Ravens in May 2017.