I’m JB Love and I’m proud to say I’m a Rockford original, born and raised. I look forward to spending my mornings with country music fans every day. When I’m not at Q98.5 you can spot my family and I at places like Rockford City Market, at whichever festival might be happening, a concert, or grabbing a bite anywhere that entices our taste buds. Also, don’t be surprised if you spot me at a wedding from time-to-time. Other than that, I’m not too exciting. A lot of time is spent at home with my wife Brittany, the kids and our dog, Frank. I also enjoy a good cup of coffee.
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