Scott Shannon interviews
Bon Jovi has every intention of keeping the Bills in Buffalo.
Classic cult-movie director of such hits as Cry-Baby and Hairspray, John Waters, called up the CBS-FM Star Phone to talk with Scott Shannon and the Big Show crew about his latest project, a book chronicling his cross-country trek via hitchhiking—yes, hitchhiking!
What can we look forward to On “Weird” Al’s new album? “The kind of crazy stuff you’d expect from a guy like me,” says Al. Touche, Al.
Grammy Award winning singer Darius Rucker began his career as lead singer of Hootie and the Blowfish. After their break-up, he stayed on the music radar with his solo career, releasing four albums and earning 6 #1 singles.
Even with nearly fifty years of recording and touring under his belt, Farner still remembers the day Grand Funk Railroad and his career took off.
We did learn something new about Rivera today: the first time he performed at New York City’s Madison Square Garden.
With so much success, it’s hard to imagine members having any regrets, but founding member Robert Lamm can think of one.
On the role she says, “I had so much fun with the wardrobe because it was the 50s, 60s, and 70s, so I went through a few changes and that was a lot, a lot, a lot of fun. It was an amazing experience.”
Phillips has now released his second album, Behind the Light, and believes it is closer to the music he made before reality show stardom took over.
“I’ve had a unique perspective. Three, almost four decades of New York baseball,” says Randolph, owner of ten World Series championships.