Judah Friedlander talks about his first time taking the comedy stage at the age of 19 and will star in the new Seth MacFarlane-created cartoon Bordertown, premiering in January on Fox’s “Sunday Funday” line-up.
Nile Rodgers talks to Scott Shannon about playing the Apollo with Screamin’ Jay Hawkins, recording with Duran Duran, and FOLD Festival 2015.
There are really only two differences in the way Taylor works now than he did in the past: drug-free (he’s been clean since 1983 after a nearly 20-year addiction to heroin) and, more recently, the manner in which he writes songs.
Matthew and Gunnar Nelson discuss the night that influenced “Garden Party”; Rick Nelson’s last Top 40 hit.
Alan Thicke—on with Scott Shannon to promote his show ‘Unusually Thicke’— discussed the ‘Blurred Lines’ lawsuit his son Robin Thicke is embroiled in.
At only 24-years-old, he must be feeling like a “drunk monkey,” as Scott Shannon put it, after going from an unknown artist to worldwide superstar in about three seconds.
Ironically, for important news on Huey Lewis and the News, the “Ask Huey” section of hueylewisandthenews.com may or may not be the best place to go.
Joining us in the Big Show studio this morning was the season 14 winner of American Idol, and one of Patty Steele’s heart throb hunks, Nick Fradiani.
Joining us in the Big Show Studio this morning was the long time announcer for “The Late Show” with David Letterman, the one and only Alan Kalter.