“First of all, I am not Howie’s daughter, Howie is Alyssa’s father.” You gotta love that!
Our Alyssa Rose flexed her own vocal muscles on WOR’s The Sports Zone with Pete McCarthy and Sal Licata on Wednesday night:
Fun fact: Alyssa is actually the first person not named Darren Meenan to go out and do press on behalf of The 7 Line. Maybe she should do more, because she crushed it.
Alyssa talked about what she’s been doing here on the blog, the rise and fall of Matt Harvey, and why she isn’t necessary looking for a Mets fan to bring home to mom and dad. It’s a great listen, and she even makes Licata feel old, which is worth the price of admission for me.
It shouldn’t be that big of a surprise when you consider her bloodlines, but Alyssa is one heck of a talent. We’re extremely happy to have her on board. And as Darren and I move forward with some plans for Season 2 of Orange and Blue Thing, we think you’ll get a chance to see even more of what she can do.
You can follow Alyssa at @Lyssssajade, and don’t forget to check out The Sports Zone on WOR weekdays from 6:00-9:00PM.
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