Kurt St. Thomas is an award-winning filmmaker, author, and disc-jockey. He was the program director at the legendary WFNX in Boston during the birth of Alternative and Grunge music in the 1990s, and helped deliver the biggest musical acts of the flannel-clad generation. St. Thomas remained at WFNX until Clive Davis lured him out of his job to pick Alternative bands for Arista Records. In 2004, he wrote the book Nirvana: The Chosen Rejects for St. Martin’s Press to chronicle his inside view of Kurt Cobain and Nirvana’s career. He then went on to become an on-air talent for 10 years at The World Famous KROQ in Los Angeles. In 2009, He launched the premier internet radio station Houndstooth Radio, which is broadcast from his home. Kurt lives in St. Augustine, Florida with his superstar dog, Tommy. His third film with Mike Gioscia, The Last, is beginning the film festival circuit while at the same time Kurt is currently working on a remake of the film noir classic, D.O.A., starring punk rock legend John Doe.