Phlash Phelps Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, SiriusXM
Phlash Phelps Biography
This is what you need to know about Gordon “Phlash” Phelps a radio personality and disc jockey on Sirius-XM Radio, broadcasting from Washington, D.C. He hosts the weekday morning drive time Phlash Phelps Phunny Pharm on the ’60s on 6 channel, which plays music hits from the 1960s.
Phelps has been with SiriusXM and before that XM Satellite Radio, since before it went on the air in 2001. Before, Phelps held a number of radio jobs, moving around the country to work in a series of secondary and tertiary markets. He is known for his fast-talking, retro style of broadcasting and for making American geography a focal point of his show.
Phlash Phelps Age
Phelps was born on April 11, 1966, in Towson, Maryland. He is 55 years old as of 2021.
Phlash Phelps Height
- Not known.
Phlash Phelps Family – Parents – Siblings
Parents – Siblings
Phelps was born in Towson, Maryland, Phelps. He grew up in nearby Baltimore City and has at least one sibling, an older sister. Information about his parents and siblings will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Phlash Phelps Wife
Phelps has not shared any information about his love life. Hence it’s not known whether he is dating or married. Information about his love life will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Phlash Phelps Salary
Phelps receives an annual salary that ranges from $92,567-$101,162. This is according to the SiriusXM personality salary.
Phlash Phelps Net Worth
Phelps has an approximate net worth that ranges between $100k -1 million U.S Dollars. His career as a radio personality is the primary source of his income.
Phlash Phelps Education
Phelps joined Calvert Hall College High School in Towson.
Phlash Phelps Career
Phelps listened to Casey Kasem and his American Top 40 countdown show and became very knowledgeable about what the current hits were as a youngster. After winning a station contest he received a tour of the studios of Baltimore’s WBSB (B-104). At age 15 he then knew that being a radio personality is what he wanted for a career. The deejays that influenced Phelps included Baltimore’s Johnny Walker on WFBR (AM).
With his sound effects and personality-driven style, as well as some of the jocks on B-104. However, he listened to Rick Dees and the nationally syndicated Rick Dees Weekly Top 40 countdown show. Therefore, included plenty of sound effects and humor. A final influence was the fast-talking Terry “Motormouth” Young, whom he heard on WCAU (98.1). In nearby Philadelphia during its early-mid-1980s Hot Hits phase.