Alan Cox
Alan Cox is considered one of the most diligent luthiers in broadcasting. A veteran of the Chicago comedy scene, Alan began his radio career as a producer for WLUP/Chicago. He went on to host his own "award"-winning shows in Pittsburgh and Chicago, as well as national programs from New York, Boston, Salt Lake City, and Los Angeles. Alan has written for "Maniac" magazine, spent six years as a commentator for PBS, and was arena host for the Pittsburgh Penguins and the Chicago Sky. He has been seen hosting for, has narrated documentaries on the Big Ten Network, and voices numerous national commercials. His comedy albums "Alan Cox Sells Out", "Ribbed", and "Shadyside Bathroom Wall Blues" are still available and overpriced in 99-cent cutout bins everywhere.Alan's extracurricular activities include writing about himself in the third person. He is an inexplicably good archer and is beyond thrilled to be on the air in Detroit, where his in-laws in Fenton & Clarkston can harrass him daily. He still calls DTE "Pine Knob."