Jeff Kinzbach

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Jeff Kinzbach (Weekday Mornings, 5:30am-10am) is a life-long resident of Northeast Ohio. He spent over 20 years at WMMS in Cleveland as the morning personality. The "Jeff & Flash" show was highly rated in Akron as well as Cleveland. Jeff was also the voice of WOIO-TV and appeared on many programs. Jeff was a major force in getting the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame located here.  He's been honored with a special display in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for his efforts.  Jeff is a Cleveland Area Broadcasters "Excellence in Broadcasting" award-winner, a Radio Television Broadcasters Hall of Fame inductee and a published author.  He gives back to the community with numerous charitable initiatives.  It's not unusual to find him biking & hiking on the towpath trail. Email Jeff: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Thursday, 10 September 2020 16:47

Geddy Lee is Alive & Well

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Today, people just jump to conclusions.  Case in point…people started saying that Geddy Lee of Rush was dead.  All because he was “trending” on Twitter.  Why was he trending on Twitter?  Because of a cardboard cut-out of Geddy placed behind home plate at Sahlen Field in Buffalo where the Toronto…
Toto’s lead guitarist Steve Lukather was enjoying his sleep when suddenly at 7am his idiot neighbor woke him up by firing up some leaf blowers.  Steve was pissed…grabbed his guitar, went outside with the amp and cranked it up.  Yes it worked…the neighbor shut up and after seeing the video…which…
Sunday, 23 August 2020 14:12

Lynyrd Skynyrd Drummer Artimus Pyle is Talking

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Lynyrd Skynyrd drummer Artimus Pyle  is talking about that new Lynyrd Skynyrd movie that’s out, it's been a hard-fought battle. He says, “We had a very small budget, about a million-and-a-half dollars to do a movie. It's a movie about something that really happened, so it's not just some frivolous…
Monday, 10 August 2020 14:12

New a New Toy?

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Tired of the same old "you-know-what" during the pandemic?  Maybe you need the new Heavy Metal Pin Ball machine.  It’s due to ship this November.  The game celebrates the 300th issue of Heavy Metal magazine and comes with a unique custom cover version of the magazine.  It even plays music…
Tuesday, 04 August 2020 13:47

George Thorogood Honors His Wife

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George Thorogood lost his wife, Marla last year.  They had been married for 34 years.   They were a tight couple and had one daughter.  Marla also helped George with his music and song selections.  She lost her life to ovarian cancer and George is honoring her by establishing the Marla…
Saturday, 01 August 2020 08:13

Ozzy Health Update

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Ozzy Osbourne is 71,  his gray hair tells the story.  Within the last 2 years he's had multiple staph infections, pneumonia, the flu, a burst blood vessel in his eye and a nasty fall that dislodged metal rods in his back that were placed there in 2003 after he had…
Thursday, 23 July 2020 15:53

Eddie Van Halen is selling 3 Cars!!

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Eddie Van Halen is auctioning off 3 of his amazing cars…all are being sold by the Stephen Becker Automotive Group.  These guys know how to customize cars and they are tops when it comes to celebrities.  First up is an orange 1970 Chevy Nova with a 650 horse 454…starting bid…
It was 40 years ago this week in 1980 that the final World Series of Rock Concert was held at Cleveland Stadium.  For $12.50 you got to see Def Leppard, Eddie Money, The J Geils Band and Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band.  I remember emceeing and making announcements…
Saturday, 18 July 2020 16:45

Alex's Book and Battle

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The long time host of Jeopardy, Alex Trebek has been battling cancer.  He says the treatment has been paying off but it’s taken a toll on him.  He’s very tired.  But, he’s got a new book titled; “The Answer is…Reflections on My Life.”  In it he mentions a time when…
Tuesday, 07 July 2020 06:17

Rest in Peace Charlie Daniels

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  It's a sad day when we lose great talent like Charlie Daniels. Back in the day he was a regular visitor to the station and always fun to interview. Great guy! He'd go through several bows while doing a show. He played so passionately that he'd shred them. It…
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