For a multi-talented individual like Springfield, it would be easy to believe performing with countless pairs of eyes watching would be a non-issue.
Tom Green jokingly refers to his career as coming full circle: from public access, to MTV, and back into the humble confines of his living room.
We’re not sure how many miles Barry Manilow has traveled during his 40+ year career, but there comes a point in every musicians career when they become weary of the road. The age of 71 is that point for Manilow.
If Hall & Oates had any questions regarding how a tour highlighting deep tracks might go, they got their answer from an admirer in the crowd.
Stories from Michaels’ 40-plus year career in broadcasting are detailed in his book, ‘You Can’t Make This Up: Miracles, Memories, and the Perfect Marriage of Sports and Television.’
Sting joins Scott Shannon and Patty Steele in studio to talk about his role in the Broadway production of “The Last Ship.”
Nealon isn’t naive when it comes to the importance of the internet as a medium to reach audiences.
Paul Rosolie, The Guy Who Was Supposed To Be Eaten Alive By A Snake But Wasn’t, Calls Up Scott Shannon
“A lot of people are going off, but it’s all good,” began Rosolie. “When You work with wild animals, you can’t guarantee anything.”
Gardell says he became used to the show being pushed around, considering the Monday line-ups on other networks.