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The Start Of Brooklyn Decker’s Relationship With Andy Roddick Was ‘Superficial, But No So Superficial’

“It’s a very Hollywood, ‘people calling people’ story,” said the 29-year-old Decker, star of the new CBS sitcom Friends with Better Lives.


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Craig Carton In Studio With Scott Shannon

Craig Carton, from WFAN’s hit morning show Boomer & Carton, stopped in for a crazy interview.


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Teenage Doo-Wop Acappella Quartet The Whiptones Perform In Studio

Watch the full interview and The Whiptones performance of “Why Do Fools Fall in Love” in the CBS-FM studio.


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John Oates’ New Project Is All Thanks To Decades Of Hard Work And Success

His success has allowed Oates to work on music he is extremely passionate about in recent years, which led to a series on one-off singles with various artists and friends.


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Danica McKellar And Valentin Chmerkovskiy Prepare For New Season Of ‘Dancing With The Stars’

Danica McKellar is making moves on the dance floor for the newest season of Dancing With The Stars, which has a special twist in store to keep things exciting.


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Huey Lewis Reminisces with Scott Shannon, Talks Upcoming Shows & New Music

GRAMMY award winning artist Huey Lewis – you might know him from a small time band called Huey Lewis and The News – called in to the CBS-FM Star Phone this morning to catch up with his old pal, Scott Shannon.


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Gene Simmons On The Work Ethic That Made KISS Great, Snubbing The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame

“You had to do it the good ol’ fashion way, which was get in your station wagon and go around, knockin’ on doors,” recalls Simmons.


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Gloria Gaynor’s New Book Features Real Life Survivors

It’s been 35 years since the release of “I Will Survive,” and now Gaynor is here to deliver a new message: We Will Survive, which happens to be the title of her new book.


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Closing In On 80 Years Of Age, There Is Still No Stopping Frankie Valli

The Rock ‘N’ Roll Hall of Famer called up Scott Shannon in the Morning to discuss his tireless touring, continued enjoyment of live shows, and the ongoing success of Jersey Boys.