Dean has been bringing friends and lovers together since 1994 when he first turned on the mic at 8 o’clock to introduce Pillowtalk. Hearing his calming voice just naturally helps you to relax as thoughts of friendship and romance slip into your mind. And Dean makes the mood just right with his selection of soft, romantic love songs. Listeners know that Dean truly enjoys talking with them and delivering their love messages through words and music. He’s been a matchmaker on the show more than once and has even presided over several on-air wedding proposals. Dean feels that we can all use a little more romance in our lives, so call him tonight and let him help you connect with the one you love- on Pillowtalk.
Maria in Glastonbury is caught between a rock and a hard place. On the one hand she misses her daughter Alessandra who has been in Boston for a number of years. She doesn’t get to see her as often as she’d like to.
Things are working out well for Kate from West Hartford. She met a great guy at work…
The PillowTalk love lines were buzzing all night Friday night keeping me busy. Love and romance is alive all over Southern New England, from Hartford to Wallingford; from romantic Willimantic to Windsor Locks; from Middletown to Manchester and from Vernon to Granby.
Thank goodness for the listeners. They create spontaneity, keep PilowTalk fresh and bring back memories through their own experiences.
The road to finding that special one can be long and frustrating. Deb from Middletown, a long time listener to PillowTalk was nice enough to share her love story with us.
We’re keeping it visual tonight. These songs were dedicated on Tuesday night’s PillowTalk.
Iyanna and Vani are two teenaged sisters from Waterbury. You don’t have to listen to Iyanna speak about her sister very long to hear the love she has for her in her voice and in her soul.
A busy night on PillowTalk made for a great variety of music on the radio on Friday night. Cynthia reached out on Facebook with a dedication to celebrate her 5th anniversary with her husband Roland. [...]
So many things to celebrate on Thursday night’s edition of PillowTalk.
Emily and Michael from Bristol met at college. They were in not one, but two of their classes at Tunxis Community College in Farmington. Michael is Emily’s best friend and has been for the last two years.