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Thanks To All Who Came Out And Donated At Our “Sweet 16″ 2014 Bloodsuckers Buffet

Thanks to everyone who was involved in our 16th annual Bloodsuckers Buffet at Windows on the River – the results are in, and they rock!

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‘NCX Classic Cafe – Long John Silver’s

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From The NCX Archives

Happy Birthday To Cleveland’s Rock n’ Roll Encyclopedia, Bill Louis!

Happy Birthday to our midday host, Bill Louis. Paula Balish leaves her birthday message for Bill – leave your own.



40 Albums Turning 40: Bill Louis On First Hearing Bad Company’s Debut Album

Bill Louis shares his pick for his favorite albums released in the year 1974 – Bad Company’s self-titled debut.


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The Real Reason Bill Louis Never Saw Jethro Tull’s ‘War Child’ Tour

On February 21, 1975 Bill Louis was not in attendance at the legendary Jethro Tull ‘War Child’ Tour – even though he had tickets to the show. Here’s the REAL reason why.



Join Bill Louis At Malley’s Chocolates

Pick up some chocolate covered strawberries for that special someone and celebrate Sweetest Day with Malley’s Chocolates and 98.5 ‘NCX.


NEW ORLEANS, LA - JANUARY 13: (L-R) Bassist Ricky Phillips, guitarist/vocalist James Young and guitarist/vocalist Tommy Shaw of Styx performs at the House of Blues on January 13, 2012 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Skip Bolen/Getty Images)

James Young Talks Styx’s Induction Into WNCX Hall Of Fame, Youngstown Concert

“We’ve always had a love affair with Cleveland,” says James “J.Y.” Young, guitarist for Styx. And that, you the listeners, have with Styx. You voted the band into the WNCX Hall of Fame.



Paul O’Neill Talks TSO’s Return To Cleveland

Founder, composer, lyricist and producer Paul O’Neill joined Bill Louis in the Classic Cafe to preview the Cleveland concerts, talk the holiday tradition that is TSO, and reflect on the band’s relationship with Cleveland.



Bat Out Of Cleveland – 35 Years After Meat Loaf’s First Major Success

Bat Out of Hell was the first album released by Cleveland International Records, founded by the late Steve Popovich. On September 6, 1978 at Blossom Music Center, Meat Loaf’s high energy show was stopped midway through so the platinum album presentation could be done in front of people that helped make it happen.



Humble Pie ‘Rockin’ The Fillmore’ Box Set To Be Released

Jerry Shirley and Peter Frampton are putting together a 4-disc release that give you all four concerts from May 28th & 29th, 1971 from which the album was originally chosen from.