Andrew Wanko joined Martin and Carney to talk about the Missouri History Museum’s new documentary, Show Me 66: Main Street Through Missouri.
Friends with Jimi Hendrix and Janis Joplin, and Alice Cooper’s first manager – those stories could fill a book. But that’s only the first page!
He’s a big Jethro Tull fan…and in fact, sang us a few bars from “Aqualung”…
The Carney Show: Arsenio Hall is coming to town, and as a Celebrity Apprentice winner, he’s got some thoughts on Trump…
Stuck in the middle of it – he also knows the Clintons – remember that saxophone playing Presidential candidate on late night TV…?
In a year where the Third Party candidate could take it all, what does “spoiler” Ralph Nader think of the country’s chances for a viable third party in the coming years?
The Carney Show: Comedian Larry Miller almost died and was in a coma – he’s now putting together a routine about it – Hilarious!
What could be funnier than being put on life support?! Larry tells us all about it.
Conversations with the guys behind Freddy and Jason, a head-spinning interview with Linda Blair, and Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, on her two most important (ahem) assets…
Joe Mancuso and Dave Black have a new album out, “Just the Two of Us” – a jazz compilation of popular music
Dave Black and Joe Mancuso are out with a new album, and they perform two tracks In Studio.
He’s been around the block with comedians like Jerry Seinfeld and Jeff Foxworthy…back when they were just stand-up comedians, themselves.
It was breaking news when this popular TV personality checked into alcohol rehab, but she’s back on her feet again, with a book that tackles her addictions.