Tim Daugherty

staff tim homeTim Daugherty has played a variety of roles with WONE since the very first day it was on the air. A member of the original staff, he has been heard on every shift around the clock; morning, noon, and nights, even overnights!

These days, Tim is the guy to turn to for a rockin' ride in the evenings! Tune him in weekdays from 7pm - Midnight.  

The Rock & Roll Authority as he's been called, (and not just because Daugherty and Authority rhyme so well), is known to drop in weird and little known factoids about almost everything rock-related under the sun. Tune in and see for yourself.  

Marc Lee Shannon was a long-time member of The Resonators, Michael Stanley's band for the last 25 years. He's a local guy who like so many, rocked to MSB songs and albums back in high school. Marc is a talented guitar player who pursued a music career after graduation. It…
Thursday, 04 March 2021 11:30

Back in Business

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As a long-time member of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, I'm happy to report it is once again open for business so on a recent sunny day, Sue and I took a trip up to see what's new. First of all, the Hall is following Covid-19 guidelines so…
Saturday, 20 February 2021 14:27

Rundgren's Live Akron Album

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If you were at the Todd Rundgren-Akron Civic Theater show in 2009, the one when he performed his 1973 masterpiece "A Wizard, A True Star" album in its entirety, you're going to want to order this. Our beloved Civic served as the venue for this double live album, available on…
Thursday, 18 February 2021 12:55

Dave Grohl; A Man of Many Talents

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Is there anything Dave Grohl can't do or at least won't try? He and his band Foo Fighters were nominated for Rock Hall induction and if they get in, it'll be Grohl's second go-round. The first time of course was with Nirvana. The Foos are among many artists taking part…
Thursday, 11 February 2021 10:57

My Thoughts on the Rock Hall Nominees

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Each year when the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame announces its list of nominees, it spurs a vitriolic debate, not unlike something from the political arena. In fact, many detractors even claim the considered artists are picked solely for political reasons. I don't want to go down that road…
Friday, 29 January 2021 06:14

Get to The Point!

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A world-wide pandemic and lock downs put a damper on Cedar Point's sesquicentennial celebration last summer but the legendary amusment park which first opened in 1870 plans to make up for it this summer, and it all starts in mid May. So mask up and get to The Point.
Monday, 25 January 2021 10:56

No Clydesdales! Wassup With That?

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Super Bowl LV (55, if your roman numeral recognition is rusty), is set. Tom Brady, the NFL's elder statesman, and the TB Bucaneers take on young football phenom Pat Mahomes and the KC Chiefs. This is going to look like so many other Super Bowl games with last year's winning…
Thursday, 21 January 2021 07:16

Paul Brown Museum display closing soon

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In this day of pro and college team name changes, one thing remains true - the Cleveland Browns will always be the Browns because of one man, Paul Brown. Some consider him to be the father of modern day football and we can claim him as one of our own.…
Wednesday, 20 January 2021 11:17

Happy National Disc Jockey Day

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It's National Disc Jockey Day! One of those silly, made-up holidays that Hallmark had nothing to do with. But I smile every year when it rolls around and I take a moment to celebrate the career path I chose over forty years ago, from a love of the medium, sparked…
Tuesday, 19 January 2021 05:37

Def Leppard Opens the Vault

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Def Leppard fans still bummed about last year's postponed show at First Energy Stadium will be happy to find out the band wants to give you a peek behind their curtain. The Leps have launched an on-line virtual museum called The Def Leppard Vault that will serve as a site where…
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