Michael Stanley 3:00pm To 7:00pm
Michael Stanley is Cleveland’s most recognized entertainer and musician. Stanley is WNCX’s Afternoon Drive Air Personality, playing Classic Rock Favorites from 3 PM – 7 PM every weekday afternoon.
Stanley’s diverse career encompasses all aspects of the music industry, radio and television. From writing, and recording to performance, he has done it all in the music industry. He has recorded 18 albums, leading several versions of his original group, The Michael Stanley Band, including Michael Stanley and Friends and The Ghost Poets. He’s performed hundreds of concerts and holds countless attendance records at Blossom, The Front Row and the Richfield Coliseum. He co-hosted WJW TV 8’s PM Magazine program for eight years and was a feature reporter on WJW’s First Look. Stanley won 12 regional Emmy Awards for his television writing.
Born and raised in Cleveland, Michael Stanley embodies the sprit of his hometown. His music and lyrics reflect the lives of the people who have been tuning in to hear him play their favorite classic rock music every day on WNCX for the past ten years. Stanley’s passion for music and incredible wit make him one of the most desired and loved personalities in Northeast Ohio.
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May 15th at Cleveland Masonic Auditorium featuring The Wally Bryson Group and Sittin’ Ducks.
Michael Stanley shares his pick for his favorite album released in the year 1985-Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers’ Southern Accents.
Elvis would have been eighty years old today: EIGHTY FREAKIN’ YEARS OLD!
The bassist from Glass Harp talks with Michael Stanley about their upcoming performance in Mentor
The Plain Dealer’s music critic Chuck Yarborough took a minute out to write a favorable review of our own Michael Stanley and his latest album release, The Job.
Read all the birthday wishes Michael Stanley got from our NCX listeners yesterday on Facebook and Twitter – thanks everyone for the shout outs!
Michael Stanley announces the release of his newest album ‘The Job’ – 13 tracks that feature contributions from The Resonators and produced by Bill Szymczyk.
In the late 90’s Michael Stanley had the chance to meet Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash – here’s his impression of the couple.
If you’ve never seen The Ramones live, Michael Stanley tells you what his experience was like seeing them at The Agora in 1978 with the Runaways.