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Ken Calvert was born and raised in Detroit. A graduate of Brother Rice High School with college studies at Aquinas College in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He took broadcast, voice and acting courses at OCC in Farmington Hills, Michigan. Ken has spent the last forty-four years as a radio broadcaster and freelance voice-over announcer. He's also worked for Sony Music Corporation (Columbia Records) as both a local and regional promotion and marketing manager specializing in artist development, marketing, and retail. Ken currently enjoys doing a podcast and telling kids to get off his lawn!

Jun 12, 2019

I caught up with Detroit native and Specs Howard grad, Derek Richards, to talk about the fast-paced, raucous ride across America with four Irish comedians starring in The Irish Comedy Tour. It's St. Patrick's Day every day!   


Jun 10, 2019

On June 9th we celebrate the great Les Paul's birthday. Les Paul is one of the nicest people I've ever interviewed. On that same Mount Rushmore of Great Guys is Bob Seger. They don't get any nicer. This week there were two events, and I have two stories. 


Jun 3, 2019

That's right, it happened back in 2011. She wrote a song about me called "Secret Love." It was the first single from the 2011 solo release called "In Your Dreams." Look, it's complicated, but I'm telling you it happened. Stevie shares the sad details.


May 18, 2019

Burton Cummings starts by saying "It's an attitude of gratitude." On this podcast we hear the story behind 'American Woman', Guess Who's only number one. Burton Cummings tell us that there wouldn't be a Guess Who without Rosalie Trombley and CKLW.


May 4, 2019

"Just get an electric guitar then take some time and learn how to play." So said the Byrds in 1966. I'll take a look at the state of the music industry. Most musicians aren't making any money. Are the record companies? And, my chat with Robert Cray.