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Crossover Media snags exclusive rights to the 'The Boyce Lancaster Story'

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After 35 years of sharing classical music with all of central Ohio, Classical 101 morning host Boyce 'theVoice' Lancaster retired earlier this month. Born in Lubbock, TX  and growing up in Tulsa, OK, the award-winning radio host and producer spent the majority of his career exploring classical music on Classical 101 WOSU-FM, but cuit his radio teeth in South Carolina, West Virginia and Ohio. In addition to his busy voice-over schedule, Boyce' productions have covered a wide range of artists, musical organizations, and productions including; the ProMusica Chamber Orchestra broadcasts; the Columbus Jazz Orchestra broadcasts; Ruby Elzy: Black Diva of the Thirties, Return to Camelot: Music in the Kennedy White House, and Fridays with George, featuring CSO Associate Conductor Albert-George Schram, to name a few. His interviews included conversations with musicians Hilary Hahn, Evelyn Glennie, Leslie Howard, Michael Feinstein, and Mark O'Connor; composers Joan Tower, Michael Daugherty, Christopher Theofanidis, and John Rutter; and such luminaries as Tony Randall, Johnny Mathis and Henry Mancini. 

The Classical 101 hosts and Columbus classical music fans met for coffee at Mozart's in Columbuis on Saturday, September 14 to officially bid Boyce farewell. Crossover Media had the pleasure of knowing and working with Boyce for the last 25 years and we produced our own tribute in this this conversation with him. Enjoy the listen.