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.
Join Bill Louis for the ‘NCX Classic Cafe where this week you could win lunch for four courtesy of Playmaker’s Sports Grille in Garfield Heights.
Bill Louis shares his pick for his favorite album released in the year 1985-Dire Straits’ Brothers In Arms.
Bill Louis talked with TSO founding member Paul O’Neill about what fans can expect from this years show, what it was like to play for a million people on New Year’s Eve in Germany and more!
Performing “Wish You Were Here”
1974 was the year it all changed in the concert scene.
Live Fathers Day Weekend Broadcast June 13, 2014
Attention T.S.O. fans: you loved him in his featured “Old City Bar” performances but now Steve Broderick is bringing a little different style to the Marc’s Great American Rib Cook-off & Music Festival with his […]
Bill Louis extends a birthday wish to the one and only host of the Saturday Night House Party – Mr. Classic!
Thanks to everyone who was involved in our 16th annual Bloodsuckers Buffet at Windows on the River – the results are in, and they rock!
Happy Birthday to our midday host, Bill Louis. Paula Balish leaves her birthday message for Bill – leave your own.