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Jeff Foxx stops by to chat with your girl, LaDonna Raeh on Life and the Public Figure.
Jeff Foxx is an institution. A popular force in NY Radio for the last 20 years, his morning voice and warm laughter are as familiar and necessary as coffee and alarm clocks. While he has ruled the radio waves in one of the most important markets in the country, there is more to Jeff Foxx than just a smooth, friendly voice. He’s also a gifted musician and composer who has crafted songs that he hopes one day soon will receive the same exposure that he has doled out to artists since he began in radio in 1981. From Cleveland to Chicago to Philadelphia and finally New York City, Jeff Foxx’s personable and pleasing voice has made him a pioneer. He invaded NY airwaves in the late 1980s and before there was a Hot97, or even institutionalized rap radio, he introduced the radio world to seminal rap acts such as De La Soul and Public Enemy, while keeping Black music alive and expanding. He’s done radio solo, as a duo, as a part of the Sirius network, and now is part of the winning morning team at WRKS-FM (better known in NYC as 98.7 KISS-FM). As a result, that has made him a continuing force in the most enviable marketplace in the country for the last two decades. Jeff Foxx is indeed a pioneer.
He will be talking about his newest project, "Pockets" and how he got started in the industry of radio and entertainment.
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