Bill Louis 10:00am To 3:00pm
Join Bill Louis weekdays at noon for the WNCX Classic Cafe. This week you could win lunch for four courtesy of the all new E-55 On The Lake at the East 55th Street Marina! Grab [...]
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.
Bill Louis shares his pick for his favorite albums released in the year 1974 – Bad Company’s self-titled debut.
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.
“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.