OverEasy with
Pam Rossi

7 a.m. - 10 A.m.
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For more than a decade, metro Detroiters have been easing into their Sunday with 94.7 WCSX’s Sunday Morning Over Easy. 

This Motor City staple offers the perfect accompaniment to relaxing with the paper, savoring a fresh cup of coffee, or enjoying the moment with close family and friends.  Crosby, Stills & Nash, Fleetwood Mac, Paul Simon, James Taylor, the Eagles, and more come together to create a soundtrack that makes Sunday our favorite day of the week.
It’s Sunday served right!  Join Pam Rossi this and every Sunday morning starting at 7 for Over Easy, exclusively on 94.7 WCSX.


Pam Rossi has been a radio DJ for over 25 years, mostly broadcasting in Metro Detroit, where she was born and raised.

For the last 12 years, she's been hosting and producing Sunday Morning Over Easy on 94.7 WCSX. Over the years, Pam has treated listeners to many live in-studio interviews and performances on Over Easy, as well as on her live-stream U-Detroit Internet radio show.  

In her leisure time, Pam attends many concerts and musicals, and has herself performed in several community theater productions where she has sung, danced, and emceed. Pam has also been a background actor in movies like "Out of Sight" and "Up in the Air" with George Clooney, and "Demoted" with Sean Astin.


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