The Philadelphia-born, Detroit-raised Doug Banks began his radio career as an on-air personality for his high school’s radio station. A local top 40 station took note of his talent and hired him for a temporary late-night weekend disc jockey spot. Even though he was the youngest DJ, he quickly earned a permanent position. After high school, Doug turned a six-week trial into a multi-year position at KDAY in
His next LA stop was KFI, which was the stepping-stone to his first Morning show slot in
The Doug Banks Show aired in the Afternoon for two years before moving up to Mornings. Now firmly established in the hearts and minds of fans across the nation, Doug recently celebrated his 16th year as a syndicated radio host. Millions tune in each week and experience some of the most creative and innovative programming on the airwaves today. In 2008, Doug launched his new afternoon show on V103 and has been top-rated ever since.
The recipient of numerous radio awards, Doug was honored in November 2005 at the 12th Annual Living Legends Foundation Gala in
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Young's father told the Detroit News that his son "suffers from a disorder caused by his brain being compressed into the front of his skull," and that an undiagnosed concussion last season worsened the symptoms. He also said his son hasn't been taking his medication.
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Aretha Franklin has canceled appearances in Chicago and Connecticutlater this month under a doctor's recommendation.
A Monday news release says Franklin will need treatment during the time period shows were scheduled with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra on May 20 and at Foxwoods Resort & Casino in Connecticut on May 26. The release doesn't specify what kind of treatment and her publicist did not immediately respond to a message seeking details.
Singer Janelle Monae will step in for Franklin for the Chicago Symphony Orchestra Corporate Night fundraiser. The Grammy-winning singer will be playing orchestral versions of her songs that she'll first debut Thursday with the San Francisco Symphony.
This is what happened when a woman refused to stop singing Whitney Houston's rendition of "I Will Always Love You" on an American Airlines flight from Los Angeles to New York on Thursday.
According to the Daily Mail, the woman was escorted off the plane in handcuffs. Because of her disruption, officials diverted the six-hour flight and the pilot was forced to make an emergency landing in Kansas City.
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