JayMack9 was a devoted supporter of Anonymous. He believed that good person could change the world for the better. Little is known about the man named JayMack, except that he was shot and killed in Dawson Creek by a member of the RCMP who to this has never been named. Jaymack9 has always been a supporter of RFV, even when it seemed like the ride was over Jay always believed that the power of RFV will prevail. It is his belief that has kept the idea of RFV strong, and thus we dedicate the legacy of Radio Free Voice to him. It is because of his belief in this idea that Radio can connect people, educate and inspire and entertain, that we are still here.
J.D. Nero was the first musician to submit his work to the Radio Free Voice Podcast back in 2011. Throughout all of the transitions, JD has helped to promote, create content and influence the path of Radio Free Voice. It is easy to say that we would not exist without JD’s support and influence. JD Nero continues to be an inspiration to all those around him. Using his music to educate, entertain and inspire, he is currently working on his first book and has several projects in the works. We are so proud of our friend and co-creator JD Nero and look forward to seeing him become a global success.