Born in the suburbs of Boston, Massachusetts, and raised in Western New York, Ed Nice has had a passion for music and radio since he was a young kid running through the house with a boombox and a microphone. Ed started his career as a professional DJ in the early in 1990's as the DJ at several Buffalo nightclubs while he was still in High School. After entering college, Ed has been a staple in the northeast nightclub scene for nearly 30 years. There are only a few things that Ed loves more than music, which happen to be his two sons, whiskey, baseball, and the Green Bay Packers.
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