Join Jim O’Brien with Ryan every weekday morning. Classic Rock along with “Battle of the Burbs”, “Boot Check”, “Reelin’ in the Years” and all things Detroit
I’ve been part of 94.7 WCSX since 2002 – raising two sons here in Waterford (one is now a graduate of Michigan Tech). Spent eight years in the Naval Submarine Service before getting into radio full time. Married for 28 years to my lovely wife Kathi. Love Detroit for its blue collar work ethic and family feel. Our listeners are part of our lives – and it’s an honor to be part of theirs. Couple of notes: · Appeared on Shark Tank (Season 5) to pitch my “Man Medals” idea · Cub Scout leader for Pack 105 when my kids were younger · Big Bob Seger fan. Travelled around the country to see shows on his last tour.
I have been with WCSX since I was an intern 8 years ago, worked my way up to now co-host of Big Jim’s House. I recently got married and in the process of starting a family. I am obsessed with golf and baseball. I played college baseball and caddied for a professional golfer for a few years.
Weekdays 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Two kids, two cats, two dogs and deep love of classic rock: Donielle Flynn is a busy woman. Doni (as friends call her) is busy but never too busy to give you her full attention from 10am-3pm weekdays on WCSX. Doni breathes classic rock and loves telling the stories behind the songs (she has a soft spot for Tom Petty). Winner of the coveted Bell Ringers Award for the Salvation Army and a huge supporter of Gleaners, Doni loves her community and all things Detroit. Grab a Faygo and some Bettermade chips and join Doni for The Power Lunch at noon weekdays on WCSX. You can also find Doni on the streets celebrating our communities with City of the Week!
Weekdays 3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
After I graduated from Grand Valley State University I moved to Florida and began my radio career at WPBZ-FM 103.1 The Buzz West Palm Beach. I went on to work at radio stations in Kansas City, Jacksonville Florida, Grand Rapids, and finally made it back home to Detroit in 2012. Hands down my all time favorite band is Zeppelin, and I’m also a big fan of Warren Zevon, Tom Petty and The Stones. My dad is in an assisted living care center with Dementia, so it’s a cause near and dear to my heart. In the summer of 2019 I bought myself a mid-life crisis single guy pontoon man-boat and quickly found out what a crappy boat driver I am. I routinely crash / smash into docks, boat slips and seawalls. (and by routinely, I mean- every time I use the boat)
Weekdays 7:00 p.m. – 12:00 a.m.
Hey Hometown, Palooch PROUD to be with YOU! Born here, grew up here and very, very proud to be raising my three awesome kids here. I’m also very proud to be part of the Beaumont Health System Acute Rehab team! I work with their stellar group of dedicated medical and therapy professionals who have helped many, many hometowners infected with Covid, get back to health, back on their feet and back to their homes and families!!! I am also VERY proud to be part of the stellar team of classic rockers here on CSX who have played a huge part in the hope and healing process for our whole city throughout this troubling and often terrifying time. Can’t say it often enough… Classic Rock is the ultimate comfort food for our Motor City rock and roll soul!!! From the Motown Museum to the DIA, to Belle Isle to Foxtown to Mich/Mich state to Metro airport, Metro Beach to StoneyCreek and Romeo… I thank YOU, my FAMILY! I am so proud of all of you and all of us…rockin’ right here in our Hometown on 94.7 WCSX!
I grew up in a musical household, so I’ve always had a love for music and radio. My on-air radio journey began in the early 90’s during my senior year of high school when I enrolled in the Media Broadcasting program, which quickly led to working weekends at a radio station in Northern Michigan. I’ve had the pleasure of working in radio ever since! I also worked in TV for years, both on-air and behind the scenes, but my passion for music has always brought me back to the radio air waves. I cherish my record player, which belonged to my Dad. My vinyl collection includes Bob Seger, Paul Simon, Joan Jett, Ozzy, Alice Cooper, and lots of hair bands, just to name a few. I love helping people and animals! I volunteer at the Hospitality House in Commerce and support local animal rescues and shelters. My husband Dane and I adopted our two adorable cats, Lindy Lou and Connor, from Shelter to Home rescue in Wyandotte. Attending concerts, exploring Detroit, nature hikes, Harley rides with my hubby, cleaning up local parks, bonfires, time with friends and family, Detroit Red Wings (especially Tyler Bertuzzi) and hockey fights are a few of my favorite things!
Uncle Buck’s been on the air at WCSX since big hair bands were still big. As a member of the Knights of Columbus he helps many charities. He’s crazy about Springsteen, the Spartans and bacon. Loves the Lions and all things Detroit too.
Host: OverEasy, Sunday Mornings 7am to 10am
Scott Shepard host of OverEasy Sunday Mornings 7am to 10am. Born in Detroit, grew up in Clawson, graduated Western Michigan University and Specs Howard School of Broadcast Arts. Passions include Cars & Bars, Music & Sports. First show—Cheech & Chong Royal Oak Music Theater. First concert—Boston at Cobo Hall. Playing Classic Rock at WCSX for everyone in Detroit Rock City is a dream come true. Keep Jammin’.
Bill is a born and raised, life-long Detroiter. Bill likes to say, “the people make Detroit the greatest, most honest city in the country. Even if you’re white-collar, you have blue-collar blood running through your veins.” He can tell you almost every street in every city and loves discussing metro Detroit restaurants and nightclubs of days gone by, which means he clearly has too much time on his hands (thanks, now I can’t get that Styx song outta my head). If Bill had to limit his fave five bands they would be Rush, The Stones, The Who, Ozzy and the CRUE!! Bill has been in Detroit radio for nearly 20 years and lives on the east side with his wife Danielle, twins Marco and Amelia and their rescue pooch Maple.