Mitchell Hallock - founder/organizer for ComiConn, happening this Saturday at the Trumbull Marriott, was in the studio, took on the Tribe's Q & A on comic book prices plus Spiderman questions on "Shock Collar Trivia" as AJ took the zaps.
Nick DiPaolo - comedian, in the studio, also in for "Shock Collar Trivia", his take on hot news stories, plus trouble sleeping stories, check him out live at Mohegan Sun in the Cabaret Theatre on Saturday Night.
Tim Rogers - Westport Little League head coach, on the phone, with a recap of last night's longer than the normal six innings, his players stuck it out for nine innings against CA, and it is not over yet for these kids!
AJ's TOP 10 LIST:
Music promoter Sid Bernstein, who booked such top acts as Jimi Hendrix and the Rolling Stones and hit the highest heights when he masterminded the Beatles' historic concerts at Shea Stadium and Carnegie Hall, died Wednesday at age 95. Bernstein's daughter, Casey Deutsch, said he died in his sleep at a hospital. She cited no illness and said he died of natural causes.
Top 10: Historic Concerts of All Time
1) The Beatles at Shea Stadium, New York City, August 15, 1965: The first ever stadium concert was held at Shea Stadium in New York City featuring the Beatles.
2) Jimi Hendrix at Woodstock, Woodstock, NY, August 18, 1969: Woodstock has always held many concert records, but it was Jimi Hendrix’s performance that made it even more memorable.
3) Pink Floyd’s “The Wall” Tour, various venues worldwide, 1980-1981: Massive visual effects, including the famous “exploding wall”, and animatronic puppets, gave rock concert goers new meaning to the phrase “really big show”.
4) George Harrison’s Concert for Bangladesh, Madison Square Garden, New York City, August 1, 1971: 40,000+ fans packed into Madison Square Garden in New York City to see Harrison, along with Eric Clapton, Bob Dylan, Ravi Shankar, and Billy Preston, perform a benefit show for humanitarian relief to the troubled country of Bangladesh.
5) U2 atop a liquor store in LA, Los Angeles, California, March 27, 1987: U2’s twenty minute show to thrilled onlookers resulted in the LAPD pulling the plug, and appearing on the group’s “Where the Streets Have No Name” video.
6) The Who Live At Leeds, University of Leeds, Leeds, England, May 16, 1970: The Who, performing at University of Leeds in England, recorded the show and released one of the must-have live albums in rock music history.
7) The Rolling Stones at Wembley, Wembley Arena, England, September 13/15, 2003: Just when you thought the Stones were through, a two-day, sold out 40th anniversary concert proved that the aging Englishmen had a lot more under the hood than anyone realized.
8) Led Zeppelin at Madison Square Garden, New York City, 1973: Three consecutive shows by Led Zeppelin at Madison Square Garden in 1973 led to the celebrated live video, “The Song Remains the Same.”
9) Peter Frampton Comes Alive, Marin Civic Center, San Francisco, June 13/14, 1975: The Marin Civic Center shows produced the best selling live album in history, with over 16 million units sold.
10) Simon & Garfunkel in Central Park, Central Park, New York City, September 19, 1981: More than 500,000 people attended the historic show, where Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel seemed to forget about their decade long separation.
Q: Admittedly, this actually scares one out of nine office workers. What is it?
A: The Copy Machine.