Today Scott Brion, a journalist for the popular magazine Rolling Stone, was aired during the 8 am hour. Brion spoke of a legendary TAMI concert that is set to be released on DVD. TAMI stands for Teenage Music International. Dick Clark helped producers acquire original footage of the famous rock concert that will forever live in history. The full interview is revealed in the audio below.
Plus check out today’s Flying Fickle Finger of Fate and Generation Gap!
6 am Flying Fickle Finger of Fate
The fickle flew to New York where Willie Macentire was shot in the head as he sat in his car. Ironically, this was the second time Macentire was shot in the head this year and survived. Willie refused to respond to police until they called him by his nickname “Lucky.” Hear more details in the posted audio.
7 am Flying Fickle Finger of Fate
The second fickle of the day started in Michigan when a fugitive wanted for bank robbery was taken into custody by authorities. The wanted man apparently had a fainting spell while in his jail cell and was taken to the hospital. As if being arrested once wasn’t enough, he proceeded to make an attempt at escape by taking off with his hospital gown flapping in the breeze and an IV stuck in his arm. After booking it to the nearest bar, the suspect was apprehended once again.
Today we played Generation Gap with 8 year old Nathan Hopkins at Desert Christian School. Check out the audio and see if this youngster will bridge the generations!