Bill Sheridan

A Little Bit About Bill

Bill is the Program Director/Brand Manager and Afternoon personality on 99.9 The Hawk.

His initial interest in radio was sort of accidental.  Freedom High School had an in-house radio station when Bill was there, and you were allowed to skip study hall if you were a part of the radio station.  To escape the boredom of study hall (where no one actually studied anyway), he joined the station.  He wonders to this day what would have happened if Freedom had had a Brain Surgery club!

Born and raised in Bethlehem, Bill worked at stations in Allentown, Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, White Plains NY, Port St. Lucie FL, and Binghamton NY.  After doing the radio gypsy thing, he's been back in the Lehigh Valley since 1999.

He's a big fan of the New York Giants (poor guy!), and Lehigh University Wrestling (where his grandfather served as coach for 41 years). Bill is a 9 handicap golfer, and vows to improve his game soon.  Keep it in the fairway, Bill!

More from Bill

Bill Sheridan

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  • Gordon Ramsay tries to save Forks Twp. restaurant

    Don't miss the season finale of "Kitchen Nightmares" this Friday Night at 9pm on Fox 29 Philly, or Fox 5 New York.  This episode features the Forks Township restaurant "Bella Luna".  Gordon Ramsay's tour bus was onsite in the Bella Luna parking lot last summer and caused lots of excitement during the taping.   Read More
  • In Your Wildest Dreams?

    About 9-10 months ago, I started taking vitamins and supplements.  Nothing crazy...some vitamins, fish oil, and magnesium (helps maintain muscle).  Strangely enough, about the same time, I started having incredibly vivid dreams, and I woke remembering most all of them.  Some were freakin' wild, some tame, some intense.  My old dreams seemed like I was watching an old fuzzy black and white TV, while my recent dreams were like watching in 3-D High Def on the best flat screen you've ever seen.  The dreams seem to be confined to mostly things you've seen or thought about in the last 2-3 days. Read More