by Jeff Niesel
Before he got into the grilled cheese business, Melt owner Matt Fish thought he’d be a rock star. He played in a few bands and even did some regional touring. Even though he’s turned Melt into a successful franchise, his passion for independent music hasn’t subsided. On Sunday at 11 p.m. on 87.7 WLFM-LP, Cleveland's Sound, he’ll debut "The Sunday Night Cleveland Meltdown: The Hard and Heavy Weights from All Spectrums of Rock and Roll, Punk and Metal,” an hour-long radio show which, according to a press release sent out by the station, will feature “heavy rock and roll classics, as well as obscurities from bands like Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, Kiss and Judas Priest, along with the new hard and heavy from bands like Mastodon, The Sword, Baroness and Torche, plus the punk sounds of OFF!, Bad Religion, The Stooges and Motorhead.” That's a lot of good stuff to cram into an hour, but we're looking forward to hearing the eclectic mix of music.