Scott Shannon interviews

"Quiz Daddy" Himself, HQ Host Scott Rogowski In Studio With Scott Shannon

Today on Shannon in the Morning, joining the crew in studio was the host of the hottest game on the planet -- you know him as "Quizzie Maguire," the one and only "Quizzard of Oz," that's right ladies and gentlemen, it's "Quiz Daddy" himself Scott Rogowsky of the hit game show app HQ ! You may...
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Def Leppard Drummer Rick Allen Is Helping Wounded Veterans Through Healing Art

Rick, a world-renowned drummer since the early ’80s, rose to stardom after joining the iconic British rock group Def Leppard at the age of 15 in 1978...
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Rick Springfield Details New Album 'The Snake King' With Shannon in the Morning

'80s icon Rick Springfield has a brand new album coming out January 26th called "The Snake King" and the new single "Little Demon" is rockin'!
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Jim Breuer Stops By The Big Show To Announce His Paramount Residency

Comedian Jim Breuer stopped by the Big Show to talk about his high school days growing up on Long Island and to announce his new comedy residency at the Paramount Theater in Huntington, NY!
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‘Property Brothers’ Jonathan and Drew Drop the ‘Property,’ Keep the ‘Brothers’

Jonathan & Drew -- The Scott Brothers -- are back on the program to make Patty Steele blush like a little school girl!
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Joey McIntyre

Boston-Bred Joey McIntyre Remembers J. Geils: ‘He’s a Character’

As a member of Boston's most famous boy band New Kids On The Block, Joey McIntyre is feeling the pangs of loss after J. Geils death.
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John Oates

John Oates Has Nothing To Be Ashamed Of

With a career spanning 50 years, John Oates was bound to make some mistakes between recording hit records and performing in front of sold out arenas as one half of Hall & Oates. With the release of his memoir — Change of Seasons — Oates details a life filled with both oversight and success.
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John C. Reilly ‘Went All Over The World’ for ‘Kong: Skull Island’

Kong: Skull Island debuted at #1 at the box office last weekend and part of that success is due to John C. Reilly's role as soldier Hank Marlow and his scene-making one-liners.
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