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The Weekly Podcast

Posted 8/1/2014 10:42:00 AM

Happy Friday, everyone! Here's your weekly highlight reel of the John DeBella Show. Every Friday we pack it all into the Weekly Podcast for you to relive it, catch up with what happened, or simply drown out your lawnmower in the dog days of summer. We'll chat again on Monday, have a great weekend! 



Christopher Titus In-Studio

Posted 8/1/2014 9:09:00 AM

Comedian and now "game show host" Christopher Titus hung out with us in-studio today for two separate segments! He was joined by our "First Friday" crowd and told us about his first job as Darth Vader at a kids birthday party, and his experience so far hosting the new show Pawnography on History Channel. Check him out! 



Michael Anthony On Rock, Rum & Hagar

Posted 7/31/2014 8:43:00 AM

Former bassist of Van Halen, Michael Anthony joined us to talk about his current tour with Sammy Hagar and Jason Bonham! He was candid about the difference between playing with David Lee Roth and Sammy as frontmen, and also showed his softer side when we asked him about behavioral changes as a rock star backstage...



Dom Irrera Is Feeling Better (Sort Of)

Posted 7/30/2014 8:15:00 AM

Native Philadelphian and stand-up comedian Dom Irrera joined us again this morning, and he had some explaining to do since canceling his appearance at this year's Veterans Radiothon! He was feeling better today, but still delightfully grumpy (as always), taking shots at Philadelphia personalities, sports teams and weather. Here he is... 



Joe Elliott Pours Sugar On Us

Posted 7/29/2014 8:53:00 AM

Joe Elliott from Def Leppard called us up for the first time ever, so our questioning ran the gamut this morning with the rock star! He's on tour with KISS currently, and we asked him about everything from the first album he ever purchased to the "stripper legacy" of Pour Some Sugar On Me. Check him out! 



 
 
 

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