A syndicated rock radio show will start up from Cleveland’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Crystal Mountain Productions Ltd. will broadcast Moonlight Groove Highway -- Rock and Roll Through the Night, from midnight to 6 a.m. beginning Oct. 1.
The show is planned as a seven-days-a-week production delivering a wide range of music and commentary. Personalities include . . .
- Raechel Donahue, listed as one of the top 100 DJs in the Rock Hall
- former Rolling Stone editor Ben Fong-Torres
- David Spero, who created Cleveland’s once innovative WMMS(FM)
- Billy Bass, a WMMS mainstay when it was called the nation’s best rock station and
- Dusty Street, formerly a DJ at San Francisco’s “underground” KMPX.
Syndication for Moonlight Groove Highway is managed by Envision Radio Networks; advertising representation is provided by Jones MediaAmerica.