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Tommy Mulé
The Break Room: Mornings 6:00 - 10:00





Military school did nothing for Tommy Mulé. Originally from Florida, Tommy was a touring stand-up comedian before moving to Rochester, NY in 1993 in his run down Geo Metro with $30 in his pocket. Tommy now offends thousands of listeners a day as one of the cast members on The WCMF Break Room. Tommy adds hysterical, sometimes childish, often intellectual color commentary to just about any topic. Today, Tommy has become a well dressed, scotch drinking, Johnston & Murphy shoe wearing Rochesterian, drives a Vision Hyundai and has several endorsement deals.


The Break Room: Mornings 6:00 - 10:00




After seven years on the road touring as a stand-up comedian, I decided that nightly meals of burritos and hamburgers in hotel rooms had gotten old. Now I eat my burritos and hamburgers in my living room, while playing with my baby.


Dave Kane

Middays: 10:00 - 3:00
Saturday: 10:00 - 2:00
Sunday: 7:00 - 9:00





  • Born & raised in Brooklyn, N.Y. 
  • Graduated from SUNY Brockport in 1979. 
  • First radio gig was in Geneva, N.Y. 
  • Came to the big city of Rochester January 1980 to do overnights and then evenings at MAGIC 92 (WMJQ-FM)
  • Took the midday gig at WCMF February 1981. 
  • Still here. 
  • Still lovin’ it.  
  • Anything else ya wanna know, call or e-mail and I’ll tell ya.

3:00 - 7:00





Is Crowley your real name? Yes it is. It's a guy thing to call each other by their last names for some reason...I haven't heard my first name used in years...unless my mother calls. Oh God...(shudders).How old are you? Old enough to know better, too damn young to care.

Married, Single, Abstaining? Good question. Thanks for asking.

Have you really lived and traveled all over the United States? I grew up in Alaska, and came to Rochester by way of Southwest Florida, Oregon and Michigan.

How did you get into radio? I didn't want to get a real job...why work when you can play all day?

The best thing about working for WCMF: See above. And come on...it's 'CMF.

Hobbies: Golf, Racquetball, Wakeboarding and just about any other sport I can find a way to play.

Three things I could not live without: Pop Tarts (Frosted Strawberry. Don't judge me), Chocolate and a good lawyer (Thanks Bill!)

Three things I could live without: Rules, Regulations and people without a sense of humor (this includes those who don't get sarcasm).

On the street I’m usually mistaken for: Somebody who gives a damn.

If I could bring any artist back from the great beyond it would be: Hendrix...definitley

Reality TV show I’d most like to participate in and why: Any reality show, so I could beat the judges and the creators about the head neck and shoulder area repeatedly with gusto! Actually, I'd like to give the creators of those shows a good D&%K punch.

Here’s something no one knew about me...until now: Well, I've never told anyone this...but...I'm really a lesbian, trapped in a man's body.

FAVORITES: TV Show - Two and a Half Men, How I Met Your Mother, and House. And I can't forget my two ALL TIME FAVORITES...Futurama and Robot Chicken!

Song: Mr. Crowley...of course!

Artist: Ozzy

Band: Head or Arm...I can't decide. Rubber is a good one too.

Websites: I'm not allowed to put that on here...it would sacrifice the integrity of the United States government. Plus, you'd know how much pron I look at.

Beverage: OK, this one you're going to laugh at...believe it or not I LOVE milk. I drink at least a gallon every two days. And wine. I love a good Cabernet.


Miles Montgomery
The Mens Room: Weeknights 7:00-9:00pm

After giving up his dream job of being a punter in Arena Football, Miles decided to give broadcasting a try.

Miles was born and raised in West Virginia where he began his rock radio career.  From there it was on to Maryland where he rocked the tri-state for 10 years in Baltimore/DC/Annapolis. Then one foolish man told him that Rock was dead and Kenny G and Yanni was where radio was heading.  They flipped the station to Smooth Jazz and Miles was out of work.

Miles got a call from an old friend that told him he had the perfect job for him. Soon after they began their little experiment.... "Miles and Thrill." So far, so good. It’s even better now that they are part of The Mens Room.


Steve The Thrill Hill
The Mens Room: Weeknights 7:00-9:00pm

Steve got his start in radio in October of 1999 as a phone screener for the single worst sports show ever. Across the hall from his studio was a soft rock station. As luck would have it, the overnight jock couldn't always make it in, so Steve got his first on-air position playing Celine Dion, Barbara Streisand and other artists that made him want to kill himself.

By July 2001 Steve had the chance to host a series of different sports shows in Baltimore.  Along the way he met Thee Ted Smith and they began forging ahead into the world of "hot talk" radio. 

In March 2003, they began an "infant" version of the Men's Room, but there was something missing from the mix.  In August of the same year, they were teamed up with Miles Montgomery and then it began.


Thee Ted Smith
The Mens Room: Weeknights 7:00-9:00pm

Thee Ted Smith grew up in Prince Georges County Maryland, 5 miles outside of Washington DC. He started out his radio career as an intern for Steve (Thrill) Hill at WJFK- AM, a sports station in Baltimore. After interning, he got a job at the station as a producer.

It wasn’t long before he moved over to work full-time on a talk show with Steve, and after a couple of months their co-host was fired and Miles Montgomery joined them. Miles and Thrill pushed Ted to become a bigger part on the show. Now Thee Ted Smith is the co-host of The Men’s Room.

Ted enjoys sports, gangsta movies, celebrity gossip and Cool Ranch Doritos.


Ben The Psycho Muppet
The Mens Room: Weeknights 7:00-9:00pm

Ben The Psycho Muppet has been part of The Men’s Room since their debut in 2005.  Ben got his nickname from a listener during March Moustache Madness in 2006, when the listener said they thought Ben’s moustache made him look like a crazy version of the Bald Eagle from the Muppet Show. 

Ben is an avid music and sports fan.  He also enjoys snowboarding, hiking and many other outdoor activities.


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