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David "Cadillac" Martin

David "Cadillac" Martin, a native of Trinidad & Tobago, attended Boston's Emerson College from 1987-1991. He studied radio communications. During his time at Emerson College, David worked at WERS 88.9 FM and interned at WILD 1090 AM. David was inspired by his work at WERS and WILD, and in 1990, he started his own program, The Caribbean Connection, on 1600 AM. Boston Magazine rated The Caribbean Connection as one of the greatest Caribbean programs that ever happened to the city of Boston. And by 1992, he had moved his radio program to WRCA 1330 AM, where it still runs strong today.

Today, David is the producer and director for The Caribbean Connection. He uses his show as a training ground for interns who want to learn the business of radio programming. Because of his unique specialty for sales and marketing, he is constantly asked to produce advertising for businesses. He also uses his talent as a voiceover artist, to produce commercial advertising for The Caribbean Connection.

Along with the many hats that he wears for his radio program, David is also very much involved in the community. His is a founder of the annual Cambridge Carnival, which began in 1993, and is still produced annually. His remarkable efforts have not gone unnoticed. In the 1990's, the Mayor of Cambridge, Kenneth E. Reeves, gave David the key to the city, for his efforts at promoting Caribbean culture. The Cambridge Carnival helps to promote the wonderful diversity of Cambridge and Boston, which David believes is a great asset to both cities.

Producer, director, artist, humanitarian, David Martin (better known as "Cadillac") is still running after all these years.

David Martin is the producer and director of The Caribbean Connection radio program. The program airs on WRCA 1330 AM, on Saturdays from 12-7pm. David can be reached at 617-293-8357 or by email at caribbeanconnection@hotmail.com. You can also find the show on the web at www.ourcaribbeanconnection.com or www.connectcarib.com.