Jeff Foxx is an institution. A popular force in New York City radio, Jeff has been “rockin’ the box” for more than 20 years. And there is more to Jeff Foxx than just a smooth, friendly voice. He’s also a gifted musician and composer and now he’s taking the time to write songs that he hopes will one day soon receive the same exposure that he has doled out to artists since he began in radio in 1981.
Jeff’s self-entitled CD Jeff Foxx was released last year and features Jeff and his band performing a mix of funk and R&B they’ve been known for through clubs and venues throughout the Tri-State Area. From Cleveland to Chicago to New York, Jeff Foxx’s personable and pleasing voice has made him a pioneer. He invaded NY airwaves in the late 1980s before there was a Hot97 or even formal rap radio, he introduced the world to De La Soul and Public Enemy while keeping Black music alive and expanding. He’s done radio solo, as a duo, and as a part of the Sirius Satellite Network. Jeff currently holds down afternoon drive right here at 107.5 WBLS.