Scott Shannon interviews
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 […]
“I said, ‘there’s no way this show is going to last. This show is terrible!'”
For someone so ingrained with movie culture and having viewed thousands of movies, there is one film that stands out to Maltin as his favorite. Chances are his choice is the same as yours if you’re a lover of the Golden Age of Hollywood.
To look at him and hear him speak, you would never know such a warm and genuinely funny man like George Takei had dealt with such great persecution.
Barry Williams is far removed from the role that made him famous, but he will never let his Greg Brady character die. Williams has made a new home for himself in the vacation capital of Missouri, a beautiful area known as Branson.
Toss your Sunday shoes aside because ‘Footloose’ singer Kenny Loggins has a slew of upcoming shows sure to please fans in the tri-state area.
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.