in a couple of other markets, the majority of his time in radio has been spent in his hometown.
In 1975, his first radio gig was doing weekends for Detroit rocker WABX. In 1976 he moved over to crosstown rocker WWWW to do a full time 10p to 2a shift. He eventually moved up to 6-10p which he held until the station flipped to Country in 1980.
After the W4 flip, Podell moved to Minneapolis to do the 6-10p shift and handle Music Director duties for KQRS. He was only there for exactly one year before Detroit came calling again. He's been a Detroit staple ever since.
Todd 'ToddStar' Jolicoeur |100% Rock Magazine | 11 December 2021
According to a recent press release: “This group of artists has shocked their audiences with their natural talent and pure entertainment power. Frame 42 started in Lapeer, MI, under the direction of four-time Grammy nominee Deb Barber.
Their style has evolved from many genres, based on a foundation in classic rock.
Their expanding set of original songs has been widely received by their growing fan base. Constantly evolving, Frame 42 respects the classic artistry of the past and has developed it into their unique sound fronted by two female lead singers.