Chris Clark, AKA Cliff Martellini, got his radio career going while still in high school. He began by making cassette recordings for friends using a mixing board and two turntables. Cliff would record it as if it were an actual broadcast and customize them with the person initials using them as a fake station ID. That, believe it or not, struck it big with his closest friends. After high school Cliff joined the Army as Broadcaster, working in both TV and radio. Cliff is still in the Army but, part-time as an Army Reservist. He still does TV and radio in the Army.
Cliff's third and present resting home is The Shark. He started out working full-time evenings and weekends. At one time Cliff could be heard each night from 8PM to 2AM cranking out the best classic rock on the seacoast. Currently, Cliff has scaled it back. You can hear him at his current shift Saturday and Sunday mornings from 6AM and Noon.