Cyndy Drue grew up outside Philadelphia in Worcester, Pa listening to the "boss jocks" on WFIL. She had a radio show at Centenary College in New Jersey, her first job at WSAN in Allentown, and eventually landed at her dream station, WMMR from 1983-1996. One of her favorite perks of the job is getting to interview the artists. But if only she hadn't turned down Bono's dinner invitation back in 1981....She loves playing all the classic rock on WMGK Saturdays 3pm-7pm. Cyndy writes a blog on wmgk.com as Event Reporter. To find out more about her, check out her website www.cyndydrue.com.



How songwriting saved Scot Sax
Posted 10/2/2013 5:23:00 PM

Scot Sax is an accomplished songwriter from Philadelphia who has had a lot of success in his career.
He was hand selected by Robert Plant to be the opening act on his tour with Alison Krauss (the one that won them all those Grammys for the album "Raising Sand.") Sax also toured with the Who! Find out more about him and his upcoming show at Ardmore Music Hall in
an article I wrote here.

Photo is from a recent guest stint we both made together (pictured in the middle of the group) on Danny Coleman's Rock on Radio internet show.

 

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