He is the former host of the weekly radio show, Outlaws 4 Christ Radio and was also the host of the children's cable show, "Body-Slam On Drug's," a show geared toward the youth to help educate them on the dangers of drug & alcohol abuse. The show was done in association with a North Jersey Police Department and aired for over 3 years. This all came about when the Police Department seen Doc on a weekly Pro-Wrestling TV show he was CO-Hosting and they contacted him about producing a show together. After a short meeting, they agreed and the show was born.
But now America's Simple Man, is in a new direction with the up-coming release of a new book, "The Happiest Sad Guy
In Town "Volume 1" in early 2019.
The topics of this books cover depression, being bi-polar, sadness, the feeling of being lost and confused and so much more. A story that is true in the case for Doc Dalton who has suffered his own battles with depression for over 20 years.
It's a feeling of being lost and confused and you don't know how or why. It's about feeling alone in the most crowed place possible. It's about the dark journey your mind takes you on that becomes scary as hell.
The book is a combination of short stories and poems with those poems being directly related to those stories. Each book will contain 3 chapter - each chapter will be a different short story with each chapter being broken down in to 3 parts. There will be 3 poems in each book and poem will be followed by an explanation of why that poem was written followed by one Prayer in each chapter.
There will be a series of books touching on this title and more. Titles within each book will range from Prayer, Faith, Appreciation, Love, Kindness, Family, Respect, Loyalty and it will also touch on illness, sadness, depression. I have always said poetry, "God's Poetry" is something that has saved my life and I mean that 100%. States Doc, please understand that in No Way do I consider myself a great poet, WHY? Because bottom-line, I am not. In No way do I even consider myself a good poet. WHY? Because bottom-line, I am not. What I am is just some guy who stumbles through his words, so he could make it through his days. If there was No Poetry, I promise you, there would be, No Doc Dalton. Check Back for up-dates.