Freddie Bell is the newest addition to the on-air staff at the area's only radio station with an urban format. Bell joins KMOJ with more than 30 years of experience in entertainment, most recently as the host of The Freddie Bell Morning Show, which was syndicated throughout the United States.
In the past, Bell has worked with Dionne Warwick, Sounds of Blackness, Helen Reddy, Lionel Ritchie, BB King, Luther Vandross, Debbie Gibson, Jimmy "Jam" Harris and Terry Lewis, Donna Summer, Earth Wind and Fire, Eartha Kitt, Jamie Foxx, Bill Cosby, Sinbad, and Motown greats including The Temptations and the Four Tops.
Bell was a journalist with ABC News, communications director for both Enron Energy Company and Mutual of Omaha and CEO for CBS Radio's Solid Gold Soul.
"We are excited about having the legendary Freddie Bell back on the air in the Twin Cities. We feel his return will not only enhance the presentation of KMOJ, but will also be a benefit to the community," said Kelvin Quarles, general manager at KMOJ.
Lisa Moy, who had been Shed's co-host in the mornings, has shifted to midday and host from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. daily.