Bill Louis 10:00am To 3:00pm


Bill Louis is known to Cleveland radio listeners as the host of Cleveland’s Classic Café, serving up lunch requests and a bit of rock and roll trivia every midday on WNCX. Bill followed the classic prescription for a successful career in radio…leave Cleveland, get experience in smaller markets and come back home to a long-running, successful 21+ year career and a prominent position in the community.

In addition to Bill’s on-air and programming contributions to WNCX, Bill is the station’s community service ambassador. Bill works hard with numerous non-profit organizations and community groups to help raise funds and extend their message to the community.

In 2007, Bill received the Cleveland Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame Award for Excellence in Broadcasting, The Free Times Best Radio DJ in Cleveland Award and a Proclamation from the Village of Walton Hills for 10 years of service and support for the Christmas For Kids Program.

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Ozzy: Sober, Rich, But Not Happy

After a lifelong career of being “The Prince Of Darkness”, Ozzy appears to be looking for some light at the end of the tunnel.

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Win Lunch From Schlotzsky’s Deli

Join Bill Louis weekdays at noon for the ‘NCX Classic Cafe where this week you could win lunch for you and your friends from Schlotzsky’s Deli located at 36575 Euclid Avenue in Willoughby.



Original Bowie Album Finally Released

“Young Americans” was intended to be a funked up soul album called “The Gouster”. Now the original will see the light of day.


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Ozzy Is History

It could be the biggest thing to hit the History Channel since the hiring of Larry The Cable Guy. Beginning this Sunday at 10pm Ozzy Osbourne and his son Jack star in Ozzy & Jack’s World Detour.


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Beatles Go Bowling Again

The Beatles are re-releasing, and adding to, their 1977 release “Live At The Hollywood Bowl”. This is in support of the movie”The Beatles: Eight Days A Week-The Touring Years”


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Yes: No Alan White

You may be able to win tickets to see Yes at the Rocksino all this week, but you may not see drummer Alan White. One of the few longtime members of the band left, White was forced off the tour


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Joe Walsh: Two Eagles Tour Could Fly

Well, it took a mere 6 months after the death of Glenn Frey for someone to start talking “Eagles reunion”, and that someone is Joe Walsh


Joe Perry of Aerosmith (Larry Busacca/Getty Images)

Joe Perry: Discharged, Recharging At Home

A trade publication reports Joe Perry is out of the hospital. See the Hollywood Vampires do “Whole Lotta Love”


399502 08: Aerosmith singer Steven Tyler performs live January 11, 2002 at The Joint in Las Vegas, Nevada. The special 1,400-seat club show was filmed and will be released later this year as part of a new Aerosmith DVD. (Photo by Scott Harrison/Getty Images)

Tyler To Perry: Give Me A Shout

Steven Tyler of Aerosmith has heard as much as you or I regarding the health of Joe Perry. Nothing. He’s getting frustrated with not getting any updates


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Keith: My Only Guitar Would Be…

Hey Keith, if you could only own one guitar, what would it be?


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