Foody is a native Detroiter with what seems to be a lifetime of experience in the music and entertainment industry. Foody has held leadership roles as Radio Station Programmer, Music Programmer and On-Air Radio Broadcast Personality.

Foody’s career In Music Entertainment has also included leadership roles as National Promotions and Marketing Manager for several major record labels. In addition Foody served as Entertainment Coordinator for the City of Detroit, Detroit Recreation Department for a number of years.

 Foody served this country in the United States Army and was awarded A Purple Heart and Army Accommodation Medal (s). Foody in years past served on the Board of The Boys and Girls Club of Southeastern Michigan. Under the Community Education Program at Wayne County Community College Foody taught courses, Introduction To Radio Announcing and Introduction to Radio and Television Announcing.

Foody’ Has also been awarded numerous awards throughout his career from City, State, Religious and Community Organizations. Plus Foody was Awarded The Frantic Ernie Icon Award, and Inducted in The R&B Hall Of Fame. Soul Tracks an International, Nationally known Magazine honored him. “For more than three decades, Detroiters have been “Cruisin with Foody,” enjoying the fantastic musical mixes of one of that city’s greatest disc jockeys”   

Foody Has a vast knowledge of all genres of music which has earned him the titles of "Yoda of Soul" and “The Legendary” (Soul Tracks). With forty (45) five plus years in this business of Radio, Music and Entertainment Foody is thankful, humbled and blessed that Detroit is still Cruisin after all these years. Who knew? Foody produces and host a special feature’s program “Foody’s Place”, Sunday Nights, at 7:00 PM - 12:00 AM., which airs on WJZDRADIO DETROIT



Gwendolyn B.

Food is the best RnB, old school, DJ I've ever listened to. I have to listen every Sunday night. He does his “quiet storm” and his Christmas music. Thought he was off the air. Thank God he made the pivot, change and still on the air. I love him.

Laurie H.

Im so happy that Foodys place is on line now we can we hear our old school music he can feel free to play what he chooses not what the Radio stations wants him to play

Cheryl L.

I've been crusing with Foody for years. You'll never hear old school music on the radio like foody play. I make sure I'm crusing with Foody every Sunday night. I tried picking up this station on my radio, but no luck, so I listen to it on my phone. If there's any way someone can explain to me how to get this station on my radio, I will appreciate it!