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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!

Apr 28, 2018

Casey Kasem would have been 86 today. We lost Casey on June 15, 2014. He was the nicest man I've ever met. I found this interview from 1996. Remember, "Keep your feet on the ground and keep reaching for the stars."   


Apr 21, 2018

Tim Allen will hit the stage at 8:30 PM tonight at the beautiful, historic Fox Theater. The show is SOLD OUT. The show benefits Forgotton Harvest. We're old friends and Tim stopped by after sound check

Forgotten Harvest is a non-profit food rescue organization that collects food that would otherwise go...


Apr 18, 2018

Steve Miller and Peter Frampton will start their tour tonight in Kelowna, BC Canada. Steve Miller and Peter Frampton will be in our area on June 17th at DTE – Pine Knob. Steve Miller has sold over 60 million albums and Peter Frampton has arguably one of the most successful live releases ever. Both artists are...


Apr 18, 2018

Alice Cooper tweeted out this morning that the single “No More Mister Nice Guy” was released 45 years ago this month from the album “Billion Dollar Babies” I’ve known Alice Cooper for a long time. On December 15, 2010 Alice Cooper was finally elected in to the Rock ‘n Roll Hall of Fame. The original band...


Apr 16, 2018

I found this lost classic from Paul Stanley of KISS. It’s from 1996. The year KISS kicked of a 16-month reunion tour (Alive Worldwide) after a multi-year layoff. I was at News/Talk 760 WJR and I was always concerned that the Program Director wasn’t a big fan of my doing a rock and roll interview on a news talk...