The outpouring of affection continues for Michael Floorwax, who has announced that he won't be returning to 103.5 The Fox, where he starred as a morning-drive host for more than 24 years, due to health issues. As proof, we offer the following essay, in which a superfan offers a highly detailed histo ... More >>
Michael Floorwax's announcement yesterday that he will not be returning to 103.5 The Fox, where he'd served as a morning-drive host for 24 years, due to health problems, prompted a big response from readers. Naysayers were outweighed by warm wishes from fans. Here's a sampling. See also: Michael Fl ... More >>
For the majority of 2014, Michael Floorwax, veteran morning-show host on 103.5 The Fox, has been off the air for reasons that were never specified. Now, Floorwax has released a statement that was read to listeners by longtime partner Rick Lewis moments ago. In it, he reveals that he's fighting medic ... More >>
Slacker and Steve, the co-hosts of the popular afternoon-drive show on 105.9 Alice, are well-known for their sense of humor. But it was no laughing matter yesterday, when Slacker passed out during a live broadcast. See also: Michael Floorwax: Why Has the Longtime 103.5 The Fox Jock Been Off the Ai ... More >>
Earlier this year, Michael Floorwax vanished from his longtime gig co-hosting the morning show on 103.5 The Fox with partner Rick Lewis. The only explanation offered to date comes from Greg Foster, vice president/programming for the Denver branch of Clear Channel, the Fox's owner: "Floorwax is curre ... More >>
A lot of Michael Floorwax fans (and a few detractors) responded to our post about the longtime 103.5 The Fox radio personality's recent, and still largely unexplained, absence from the airwaves. Here's one of many testimonials about him.
Michael Floorwax is a radio survivor. Since 1990, Floorwax (real name: Michael Steinke) and his longtime partner, Rick Lewis, have made up one of the metro area's most prominent radio tandems via their morning show at classic-rock outlet 103.5 The Fox. In addition, the pair anchor the Groove Hawgs, ... More >>
Update, 9/25/13: Todd Park Mohr of Big Head Todd has been added to the lineup for this Friday's flood relief benefit at Swallow Hill. Complete information listed below. Although the heavy rains that soaked the Front Range have stopped and the floodwaters have begun to recede, as with any natural di ... More >>
Click to enlarge -- without surgery!And now, for a question that hasn't really puzzled anyone as far as we can tell but is pretty funny nonetheless: Can you tell the difference between photos of 103.5/The Fox personality Kathy Lee's boob cleavage and butt cleavage. This is the challenge jocks ... More >>
Reggie McDaniel's moved on to a pay-for-play gig. In an August 7 blog, I wrote about Reggie McDaniel, a ten-year veteran of KOA-AM/850 who mysteriously vanished from the outlet's airwaves despite his continuing presence on its website -- and at this writing, his web page is still there. In the ear ... More >>
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WE'VE JUST LISTENED TO EVERY RADIO STATION IN DENVER--AND BOY, DO OUR EARS HURT.
OR: HOW I SURVIVED 24 HOURS WITH THE FOX.
LEWIS AND FLOORWAX CALLED THEM "SLAVES" AND "DOGS," TWO WOMEN SAY IN A LAWSUIT.