Regardless of her success on the small screen, McPhee never wants to leave her music career behind.
Long-time host for the 10-time Emmy Award winning show Phil Keoghan called up the CBS-FM Star Phone to talk about the show’s ability to appeal to audiences for such a long period of time.
Put the rolled up newspaper away and stop sticking your dog’s nose in the wet spot on the rug to try and teach him or her a lesson. Star of the CBS show Dogs in […]
Before Monty Python began filming for Life of Brian in 1978, EMI Films withdrew funding after reading the script. With crew already in Tunisia to build the sets, the group found themselves in a serious financial bind. That is when the Quiet Beatle stepped in.
Responsible for Philadelphia’s favorite fictional son’s return to glory is Jim Peterik, who co-wrote “Eye Of The Tiger” with Frankie Sullivan.
Almost 20 years ago, Scott Shannon helped debut the sounds of the Trans-Siberian Orchestra with their progressive rock concept on Christmas tunes. Now, they’re back and front man Paul O’Neil fills Scott and the morning show on what’s been going on and what’s new with the orchestra.
Professional mixed martial artist (MMA) and UFC Hall of Famer Randy Couture checked in on the Star Phone this morning with Scott and the gang to talk about his experience on ABC’s Dancing with the Stars.
This morning, Inside Edition’s Deborah Norville called into the Star Phone to chat with Scott Shannon and the gang about the latest on her show as well as her friendship with the late, multi-talented comedian Joan Rivers.
Growing up in the 1990s meant you probably had a crush on the quirky girl next door, Topanga Lawrence from Boy Meets World. Almost 15 years later, Danielle Fishel is back to reprise the role […]