Bill Louis 10:00am To 3:00pm
Join me Bill Louis weekdays at noon for the ‘NCX Classic Café.
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.
Pick up some chocolate covered strawberries for that special someone and celebrate Sweetest Day with Malley’s Chocolates and 98.5 ‘NCX.
“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.
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 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.
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.
It all kicks-off tonight at 8:00 pm as the Cleveland Browns begin their 2013 preseason at FirstEnergy Stadium with a game against St. Louis Rams.
In today’s 4-play we honor one of Ohio’s most celebrated people – Neil Armstrong on what would have been his 83rd birthday.
Bill Louis says “Good Luck” to the Tribe as they go for their 9th win in a row tonight against the Marlins. Here’s a 4-play of “9″ songs to get them in the mood – all brought to you by Ambiance – the Store for Lovers.