Richard Davis joined the WLRN team in April 2007. He hosts Sounds of the Caribbean Wednesday and Friday mornings, 1:00am to 5:00am, and Saturday, midnight through to Sunday morning at 7:00am.
Rich Davis has been working as a freelance broadcaster and is the voice behind numerous radio commercials heard on the airwaves throughout the Caribbean community in South Florida.
A graduate of The Connecticut School of Broadcasting - Davie, FL campus, Rich Davis got his first stint in the broadcast industry 1991 as an intern at Radio Waves (now HOT 102FM) in Jamaica.
Although working in the hospitality industry, law enforcement and corporate security for quite a number of years, Rich Davis continued to contribute to the broadcast industry by doing voiceovers for radio and hosting events.
Since 2003, Rich Davis has accepted fully the reality that it was destined for him to pursue a career in radio broadcasting. Passion, thrill, and satisfaction are a few words to describe his feelings about a career he has been in love with all his life. He is truly enthused to be working with some of the best broadcasters in the industry and hosting Miami's longest running Caribbean radio program.
Whether you're just dabbling or a die hard fan, be sure to tune in for the best of Caribbean music on Sounds of the Caribbean.
You can take a vacation in the islands overnight, courtesy of Sounds of the Caribbean. Our knowledgeable and engaging hosts, "Rass D" David Reuter, "the Dutchess" Jeanette Drew, and Rich Davis will guide you on your journey from Jamaica to Trinidad.
You'll hear every variety of Caribbean music from Reggae and Calypso to Soca, Dance Hall, Steel Pan and more. From its earliest roots to the most contemporary hits.