STEVE ANDREWSSteve Andrews grew up in Hudson County and graduated from North Bergen High School. He became interested in Radio after traveling to different parts of the country on business with his father. He was a fan of legendary WABC-AM personalities Harry Harrison and Ron Lundy while growing up. Steve attended Seton Hall University where he hosted the WSOU "Bacon and Eggs Show" morning show, featuring Top 40 music. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Seton Hall in 1983 with double majors in economics and communication, earning summa cum laude honors. After graduation, Steve joined WSUS as the overnight personality and quickly moved up to afternoon drive. He left for a brief time to and work as a field reporter for the Associated Press and as News Director for WRNJ in Hackettstown and WTBQ in Florida, NY. Steve returned to WSUS in 1986 as the midday host and production director and took over the morning drive slot in 1991. In addition to waking up Sussex County on WSUS, Steve has hosted the oldies shows Doo Wop Diner and Hall of Fame on Fox 96.7 and Oldies 1360 (also run by Clear Channel at the time). Steve celebrated his 25th year accompanying New Jersey commuters to work early in 2016. Steve now calls Matamoras, PA, home and is a proud father and grandfather of four children and two grandchildren.