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I've been playing the hits on radio since 1981, starting on Cape Cod, and in Boston, Massachusetts where I grew up. (when The Sox and Patriots both broke everyone's hearts. Funny how things change.)
After 3 years of Las Vegas culture-shock in the late 80's and early 90's I was looking for work and found myself in Cleveland in 1991 through some mutual radio friends and met Britney Spears back when she wasn't making people gag.
And now, I'm here and get to play some of the best music ever recorded and have a blast with you all night long. I'm lovin' every minute of it and my life couldn't be any better or more complete.
Let's make it a regular thing to have some late night radio fun. E-mail me above and and let me know where you are, and where you listen overnight. Catch you soon between the tunes.
Paul Walker's "Fast & The Furious" family put together this very moving tribute for his fans, taken from clips set to some very moving music and graphics.
They're also donating a portion of the proceeds of the just-released "Fast And The Furious 6" DVD to Paul's charity Reach Out Worldwide
Well-respected British actor Benedict Cumberbatch (“The Hobbit” Trilogy, “Sherlock”) was on the same show as Modern R&B loverman R. Kelly on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
So in honor of that great guest combo, Jimmy asked Benedict to recite some of the lyrics of Kelly’s hit song "Genius" to hilarious results.
If you really want to subject yourself to the original for a comparison, here’s R. Kelly's version.
This will warm the heart of any animal lover. Three deer found themselves stranded on the frozen Albert Lea Lake in Minnesota. And those cool hovercraft we've seen floating over golf courses and such, were put to great use to save this family of deer.
Here's the announcement as it was made to the South African people by their current president, that the iconic former leader, and one of the foremost representatives of a free and equal society, Nelson Mandela had died at age 95.
President Obama speaking on the death of Nelson Mandela
It was an unfortunate turn Of letters and events when the Monday after the tragic death of Fast & the Furious movie star Paul Walker that weekend, a puzzle on Wheel Of Fortune had “The Fast & The Furious” as an answer.
It was just bad luck and timing. The show had been taped weeks earlier, it wasn’t caught in time, and had already gone out to over 200 TV stations. See it below.
Note the scroll going across the top.
Wheel… later added, quote, "The hearts of everyone at Wheel of Fortune go out to the family, friends & fans of Paul Walker."
Using a program on his iPad a guy actually did such a good job with the painting of Morgan Freeman, that it looks like an actual photo. But it’s actually 200 hours of work (condensed here into 3 minutes) on an iPad finger-painting program.
Rod Stewart / Ronnie Wood Think Faces Reunion - 2015
Many have talked about a possible Faces reunion for the last few years now. Rod finally says “definitely” but it’ll have to wait until Ronnie Wood’s commitments with the Rolling Stones are complete. Rod seems to think that’ll be sometime in 2015. [Check the story here]
Duets Between Freddie Mercury And Michael Jackson Might Get Released
First it was Barry Gibb and Michael Jackson recordings unearthed, now Queen members Roger Taylor and Brian May say that duets between late lead singer Freddie Mercury and MJ have seen the light, and are good enough to put out. [See the story here]
This duet has been floating around the net for a few years now.
Freddie Talking About Michael
John Fogerty’s Duets CD Makes Rolling Stone’s Top 10
John Fogerty’s CD release earlier this year “Wrote A Song For Everyone” made the prestigious Rolling Stone Magazine “Top 100 Albums Of the Year” list. John had help though since it was a “Duets” disc of sorts with collaborations from Bob Seger, Jennifer Hudson, Miranda Lambert and others, re-imagining some of Johns biggest CCR and solo tunes of the past [See the RS entry here]
Usually a Tsunami is synonymous with devastation. This Geese "Tsunami" is simply a thing of beauty.
Serge Vorobyov threw $1000 dollars off the 4th Floor at the Mall Of America on Black Friday, he says, because he’s going through a divorce, having a bad year financially (probably because of the divorce), and wanted to do good for others by tossing his last thousand bucks on others.
Mall security and the local authorities think there are better, less risky ways to be helpful, stopped the toss and charged Serge with disorderly conduct.
No one was reportedly hurt while scraping up, but has this guy SEEN Black Friday videos like the one a few videos down?? Some say good deed, some say foolish. What do you think?
Watch it happen below.