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.
Richard and Leslie of Terryville worked at Pratt and Whitney. He was an airplane mechanic. Her job was to provide him with the parts he needed. In the middle of this process they fell in [...]
Sherry and Bob from Windsor grew up in the same congregation in Canton years ago. Somehow they just fell in love. That spiritual connection has kept them together and in a stable relationship for the last 25 years.
They have only been married for a year and a half but they have known each other a lot longer than that. Britney and Steven of Southbury have known each other since they were high school sweethearts.
Pat and Victor had been living in the same apartment building for about a month. One day he was heading one way and she was heading the other. The both found themselves on the steps.
Congratulations to Tammy and Teddy of East Hartford. They got engaged today. They turned to PillowTalk to make their special occasion extra special.
A rainy night in Southern New England must have had at least a small roll in inspiring this PillowTalk dedication.
I’m sure you’ve heard the phrase, “It takes two to tango.” That is exactly what happened to Nick and his wife Lindsey of Chicopee, MA.
Sometimes the best way to get your mind off yourself is to reach out and send out love to others.
Thanks for the call and the compliments from Laura from Meriden tonight. She loves listening to me and PillowTalk every weeknight. She was driving in the car and missing the man she loves.
Imagine going into a sandwich shop at lunch time and meeting your life partner. That essentially is the story of Curt and Colleen of South Windsor.