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Alan Thicke—on with Scott Shannon to promote his show ‘Unusually Thicke’— discussed the ‘Blurred Lines’ lawsuit his son Robin Thicke is embroiled in.
Mookie Wilson isn’t making any predictions, but he believes the New York Mets can find a lot of success this season.
Since wrapping up ten very successful seasons of Friends a little more than a decade ago, Matthew Perry has had leading roles in several original sitcoms with varying degrees of success. Now he’s giving the reboot a shot.
After several temporary gigs with John, Paul, and George, Epstein asked Starr to join the band permanently. And immediately.
As her 73rd birthday quickly approaches and with medical issues in the rear view, Aretha Franklin shows no signs of signaling a halt to her career.
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.
Co-star of the CBS hit show Mike & Molly, Billy Gardell, shared his opinions when he called into Scott Shannon in the Morning today.
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.’
Super talented 8-year-old drummer Avery calls into the show and performs a sweet drum solo.
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.”