Weekends on CSX | Email: Bill@wcsx.com
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.
Weekends on CSX | Email: Megan@wcsx.com
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!
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Jack Trash grew up in the shadow of the Hollywood sign. During the 1980’s he saw the sunrise over the Sunset Strip countless times. After realizing he had zero talent for guitar or drums, and people begged him not to sing. He figured the best way to live out his Rock and Roll dream was to talk about it on the radio.
His first gig was at the legendary KNAC, the first 24/7 hard rock,heavy metal station on the planet. He went from errand boy van driver to doing the morning show and being MTV’s Riki Rachtman’s co-host for the wildly popular ‘Radio Cathouse”.
Being a lifelong KISS fan Jack felt now is the time to make the pilgrimage to Detroit Rock City