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About Bill Moulfair

Here's a trivia question for you. Who's the only TPA jock to have worked on every version of WTPA --- FM104 WTPA, 93.5 WTPA and the current 92.1 WTPA? If you said Bill Moulfair, you're right. Bill also worked at WHP, WNOW/WQXA, WKBO, WINK 104, and Fun 92.1 during his more than 36 years on Central PA radio stations.

Bill complemented his radio career with 33 years at a "real job" with the state government, where he was a Regional Director for the PA CareerLink system, helping people get into training and finds jobs.

Bill got his start in the rock music business as the leader, rhythm guitarist and background vocalist for the funky rock band, The Hydraulic Peach. "The Peach" enjoyed regional success in the late "60's and early 70's with a single, "Many, Many Possibilities" which Bill wrote. The record was produced by Dan Hartman, who went on to play with Edgar Winter and enjoy solo success. The Hydraulic Peach also played in some big concerts, opening for Iron Butterfly at the Farm Show Arena, Steppenwolf at Shippensburg University, and Jefferson Airplane at the Allentown Fair.

Bill has a Bachelor's Degree in Humanities with a major in Multi-Media Journalism from Penn State. He is a Harrisburg native. Bill has been married to Gabriele for 32 years; and they have a 25-year-old son, Alexander.

Bill's favorite rock artists include Steely Dan, Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones, Steve Miller, Robert Palmer, and Stevie Ray Vaughn; and he's a die-hard Phillies fan.

You can follow Bill on Facebook and Twitter.