PRLog - Jan. 20, 2013 - HAMILTON, Ontario -- Born in Montreal in 1952, from playing in garage bands on the South Shore of Montreal, playing the part of John Lennon in one of the first Beatle Clone bands “The SelBeat” in Quebec in the late 60s’ to Montreal’s British Pubs, the French Bistro’s in historic Old Montreal, church and school dances, to playing the Coffee Houses of Montreal’s McGill University’s Aylmer Street area, to working with such greats as B.J. Thomas and Peter Noone, Canadian broadcaster and media personality, Rob McConnell has quite a career to his credit. Musician, police officer, director, producer, publisher, author, syndicated columnist and still, after 20 years, hosting the internationally syndicated radio show which he created, The ‘X’ Zone, McConnell continues to be one of the few spearheading the Canadian Media Scene.
Music of the 'X' Zone Album Cover
Now, as President and CEO of one of Canada’s complete multimedia companies, REL-MAR McConnell Media Company Radio/TV Broadcasting, Programming and Production - Publishing, Internet and Satellite Programming Delivery), he had released his first Music Album, Music of The ‘X’ Zone (© 2013 REL-MAR McConnell Media Company) which was inspired by just some of those who have been a major part in his life and the lives of his international ‘X’ Zone audience. McConnell is now offering media opportunities and mentoring to those who seek careers in the new world of broadcasting, publishing and the new media.
Since 1992. Rob McConnell has been publishing The ‘X’ Chronicles Newspaper, North America's only Paranormal/ Parapsychology / New Age newspaper. Rob McConnell was featured by the BBC in C*O*N*T*A*C*
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