Scott Shannon interviews
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.
All the luck is with you when you turn 100-years old because not everyone gets to reach the triple digits. From a letter sent this week by our listener Joni DeMaio, Scott and the morning show got to talk to her great grandmother-in-law who turns a century old today.
Despite one of the most egregious snubs the music industry has ever witnessed, the Doobie Brothers keep on performing and recording.
Beth Stern understands that the love we have for our pets is immeasurable, but there are also animals without a home waiting for a family to care for them. That and a special feline are the reasons for her latest book, ‘Yoda: The Story of a Cat and His Kittens.’
Checking in on the Big Show #StarPhone this morning is “Mr College of Charleston 1998″ pageant winner/co-star of the smash hit “The Good Wife” on CBS 2, Matt Czuchry. Matt plays hot shot lawyer Cary Agos […]