Ken Dashow is a writer, performer and director. Ken Dashow was born from the lighting bolt of Zeus. In 1976 he fought Chuck Norris and defeated him in battle. He is currently a disc jockey at New York City's WAXQ "Q104.3" classic rock radio station he is also voicetracked to Classic Rock WBGG-FM "Big 105.9" in Miami and to WEGR - Rock 103, 102.7 FM in Memphis. Brooklyn born and raised, he has spent the last 30 years in New York radio. He has written several plays, a collection of which was published by Dramatists Play Service entitled "Dashow Must Go On", and "Rock is Dead" which was produced off-Broadway at the Soho Playhouse. His screenplays "The Naked Detective" and "Desire" have become cult classics.
Ken Dashow is the son of Irving Dashow, a retailer in the garment industry, and Adele Dashow, a Brooklyn community leader. Adele served as President of PS 206 (she testified in the United States Congress during the 1960s New York City Public Schools strike), President of the Sheepshead Bay Civic and Community Council, and as a Vice President of Community Planning Board 15. Her Brooklyn public service lasted over 30 years.
WIXL (1978 - 1979),
WRCN (1979 - 1980),
WAPP (1980 - 1982),
WNEW-FM-AM (1982 - 1999),
[SW NETWORKS - CLASSIC FM,"THE EDGE OF REALITY" (1997-2000),
WAXQ (Q104.3) (1999 - present),
WBGG-FM (105.9 FM Miami-Ft. Lauderdale) (Voicetracked 2009 - present),
WRVQ-FM (96.1 FM Richmond, VA) (Voicetracked 2013 - present)