Music of the 'X' Zone by Rob McConnell is Now Released and Available on Apple iTunes
Originally from Montreal, Quebec now in Hamilton, Ontario, where he now calls home, music has always been a part of Rob McConnell’s life.
Music of the 'X' Zone Album Cover
PRLog - Jan. 20, 2013 - HAMILTON, Canada -- 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.
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*T in 1997, and was the consultant to the producers of the Canadian hit TV Show, Creepy Canada for three years. In 1997 Rob invented the very popular 'X' Game. Rob's broadcast experience includes 1220 CHSC in St. Catharines, 1290 CJBK in London and Rob was also the Executive Producer of Talk Programming for NewsTalk 610 CKTB. Rob has produced TV commercials, infomercials, concerts and features in Ontario and Quebec.