• This Day in Music History: September 18th

    2008: Pearl Jam singer Eddie Vedder released the single “All the Way” a tribute to the Chicago Cubs. Vedder wrote the song after baseball hall of famer Ernie Banks requested that Vedder write a song about the Cubs. 


    1983: Kiss appeared without makeup in public for the first time when they were on MTV to promote the release of their latest album Lick It Up.

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  • Chaz & AJ Recap 9-18-14

    Miss any Chaz & AJ this morning? Then check out this  "in a nutshell version" of the antics that went on today including:

    1. Metallica's releasing 27 live albums this year

    2. AJ gets dominated by Football Chick in Shock Collar Trivia

    3. What the guys found in the car of NBC CT's Brad Drazen came back to haunt him

     

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  • AJ's Car of the Day '57 Factory Supercharged Ford Thunderbird

    Car: Factory Supercharged Ford Thunderbird

    Year: 1957

    What makes it special: Year 1957 was the last of the two-seater Thunderbirds, going out with refreshed styling and a host of new engine options. Most desirable of the new mills was the magical “F-Code” V8. While 21,380 Thunderbirds were produced in 1957, only 205 of those were delivered with the F-Code engine package. 

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  • Today On Chaz & AJ 9-18

    Find out what's happening this morning with this breakdown below. And make sure you call in to join the conversation: 877-R-NICKEL... Read More
  • Chaz and AJ Video - Sara G Hit With A Banana

    Sara G from CT Now was in studio to share with Chaz and AJ the story of the time she was hit by a banana, which was thrown at her head while reporting from the Super Bowl in Indianapolis. Turns out a Giants fan didn't like her Patriots hat.. 

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  • Chaz and AJ Podcasts - 9/17/14

    What are the new hot toys for the 2014 Holiday season? Find out which ones Chaz and AJ are excited for, plus Dr. Patty Ann was in studio to help Marie with her boyfriend's wandering eye. The Tribe also shared their most expensive vet bills, after hearing about a life-saving surgery.. on a goldfish, and CT Now's Sara G shares her Super Bowl story: getting a banana chucked at her head. 

    PLR Podcasts HERE
    DRC Podcasts HERE
    Fox Podcasts HERE

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  • This Day in Music History: September 17th

    2003: David Lee Roth injured himself onstage during a concert in Philadelphia while performing a complicated 15th-century samurai move with a staff hit Roth in the face. Roth needed 22 stitches to his face and cancelled the seven remaining dates of his tour.


    1997: Fleetwood Mac kicked off their 37-date reunion tour to coincide with the 20th anniversary of Rumours at the Meadows Music Theatre in Hartford, CT.

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  • Chaz & AJ Recap 9-17-14

    Miss any Chaz & AJ this morning? Then check out this  "in a nutshell version" of the antics that went on today including:

    - The Minnesota Twins have ended their relationship with the Rock Cats

    - There's a cool Brewfest happening in CT this weekend..where is it

    - Smash Burger is coming to Waterford--why are they so delicious??

     

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  • AJ's Car of the Day 1951 Mercury Eight Sedan

    Car: Mercury Eight Sedan

    Year: 1951

    What makes it special: Called the Mercury Eight for model years between 1949 to 1951 and up until the late 1950s, the vehicle brand was widely defined by a single car representing their entire portfolio. A wide option list would allow buyers to adapt the vehicle from a bare bones bargain car to a premium-trimmed edition.

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  • Today On Chaz & AJ 9-17

    Find out what's happening this morning with this breakdown below. And make sure you call in to join the conversation: 877-R-NICKEL...

     

    5:30/5:45: AJ's Top 10: Burger Chains

    6:00am: Breaking news: Minnesota Twins are done with the Rock Cats. Fox CT's Angelica Spanos on scene with new details

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  • Chaz and AJ Podcasts - 9/16/14

    AJ reveals an embarassing "guilty pleasure" song, all the best things about the Big E with John Juliano, psychic medium Anna Raimondi connects the Tribe to loved ones that have passed on to the afterlife, and Phil the Producer is wired up in a "Simpson's" themed Shock Collar Trivia segment. 

    PLR Podcasts HERE
    DRC Podcasts HERE
    Fox Podcasts HERE

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  • This Day in Music History: September 16th

    2006: Bob Dylan reached the top of the Billboard 200 Album Chart for the first time in 30 years with Modern Times which spent one week at number one. 


    2005: During a Motley Crue concert at the Phillips Arena in Atlanta, Vince Neil slipped off stage & ripped a calf muscle five songs into their set. They made up the concert in March 2006.

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  • Chaz & AJ Recap 9-16

    Miss any Chaz & AJ this morning? Then check out this  "in a nutshell version" of the antics that went on including:

    - What's Toby Keith singing while super drunk on stage?

    - Audio of Bratty Actress Daniele Watts' police encounter

    - AJ's guilty pleasure song. Why did he tell us?!

     

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  • AJ's Car of the Day 1957 Ford Fairlane Skyliner Retractable Hardtop

    Car: Ford Fairlane Skyliner Retractable Hardtop

    Year: 1957

    What makes it special: The Ford Fairlane Skyliner Retractable Hardtop model was produced from 1957 to 1959. Skyliner's had a complex mechanism which folded the front of the roof and retracted it under the rear decklid. At the time of its introduction, the Skyliner was the only true hardtop convertible in the world. It has become a very valuable collector car, with high-point, well-restored examples costing upwards of $73,830

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  • Today On Chaz & AJ 9-16

    5:30/5:45am - AJ's Top 10 Best Rock Vocalists Of All Time

    6:00am- Drunk Toby Keith Audio in news

    6:15am-  Favorite Guilty Pleasure Songs

    6:30am- Audio of actress Daniele Watts. Wow, You're not gunna be on her side

    6:45am - John Juliano, Special Events Director with the BIG E talking food 

    7:00am- Talking to Attorney General George Jepsen about his concerns with Apple Watch

    7:15am- Dumb Ass News

    7:30/7:45am- Dr. Lester, Allergist/Immunologist to find out why AJ gets congested after just a few sips of alcohol

    8:16am- Shock Collar Trivia--Phil answering Simpsons Triva Questions. 877-R-NICKEL

    8:30/8:45am- Clairvoyant Medium, Spiritual Counselor and Healer Anna Raimondi in studio. Call in to see what your loved ones want to say to you from the other side. 877-R-NICKEL. See her at the Ridgefield Playhouse this Saturday. Tickets here

    9:16am- Tickets to Transiberian Orchestra during Impossible Trivia. 877-R-NICKEL

    9:30am- Audio of a bat attacks a group of campers

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  • Chaz and AJ Podcasts - 9/15/14

    Beth went to the Tom Petty show in Hartford on Saturday, and came in studio today with audio from fun fans. Also, NFL Agent Joe Linta was in studio to talk about the Jets calling the worst timeout ever, and Wayne Carini answered the Tribe's classic car questions. 

    PLR Podcasts HERE
    DRC Podcasts HERE
    Fox Podcasts HERE 

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  • This Day in Music History: September 15th

    2008: Pink Floyd keyboardist Richard Wright died of an undisclosed form of cancer at his home in the U.K. He was 65 years old.


    2006: The Knack sued Run-D.M.C. for copyright infringement after Run-D.M.C. sampled the guitar riff from “My Sharona” on their song “It’s Tricky” twenty years after the initial release of “It’s Tricky”.

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  • Chaz & AJ Recap 9/15

    Miss any Chaz & AJ this morning? Then check out this  "in a nutshell version" of the antics that went on including:


    - That terrible timout called by The Jets

    - Miss Nebraska flashes her undies

    - Drunk audio of people at the Tom Petty Concert 


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  • AJ's Car of the Day '53 Chevrolet Corvette

    Car: Chevrolet Corvette Roadster

    Year: 1953

    What makes it special: The first generation Corvette was introduced in late 1953. Originally designed as a show car for the 1953 Motorama display at the New York Auto Show, it generated enough interest to force GM to make a production version to sell to the public. First production was on June 30, 1953. It was the first year of what is referred to as the "solid rear axle" models. ( The first of the famous independent rear axle Corvettes began in 1963.)

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  • Today On Chaz & AJ

    5:30/5:45: The Top 10 Cartoon TV Series

    6:16: Call in your Powertool Mishaps: 877-R-NICKEL

    6:30: Kanye West yelling at wheelbound fans to standup---got the audio

    6:45: We want to hear your elderly encounter story. Call in: 877-R-NICKEL

    7:00: One of Cheshire killers is suing, and Hilary Clinton wants meat + more in news

    7:16: Dumb Ass News 

    7:30/7:45: NFL Agent Joe Linta with football recap

    8:00: Field Reporter Beth has amazing drunk audio from the Tom Petty concert'

    8:30: Wayne Carini from Velocity's Chasing Classic Cars in Studio

    9:00: Gossip Goddess Zayda Rivera with the New York Daily News

    9:15: Tickets to Transiberian Orchestra in Impossible Trivia. 877-R-NICKEL

    9:30: Audio of a dog saying NOOO when his owner tries to get him in his kennel

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  • Chaz and AJ Video - "Bitz 'N' Hitz"

    It's football season, so it's buffalo wing season too - Jimmy Bitz from Buffalo Wild Wings was in to play a new game with Chaz and AJ: "Bitz 'N' Hitz" 

    A correct guess to a "bit" of a classic rock song allows him the opportunity to "hit" AJ with a football.  

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  • Chaz and AJ Podcasts - 9/12/14

    AJ takes footballs to the head in a new game with Buffalo Wild Wings' Jimmy Bitz; "Bitz and Hitz." Comedian Rich Vos is in studio, plus, a meatball thief and the people of WalMart in Dumb Ass News and Fox CT's Angelica Spanos calls in from the scene of the Bridgeport Factory Fire. 

    PLR Podcasts HERE
    DRC Podcasts HERE
    Fox Podcasts HERE 

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  • AJ's Car of the Day 1970 Ford Torino King Cobra SCJ 429

    Car: Ford Torino King Cobra SCJ 429

    Year: 1970

    What makes it special: The 1970 Ford Torino King Cobra SCJ 429 prototype is basically a piece of automotive history with just two ever built. The project was developed in order to compete at NASCAR, but when NASCAR increased the minimum number of cars produced for the public from 500 to 3,000 units for a car to qualify, Ford abandoned the project.

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  • AJ's Car of the Day '70 1/2 Chevrolet Camaro Z28

    Car: Chevrolet Camaro Z28

    Year: 1970 1/2

    What makes it special: The second generation F-bodied Camaro was introduced February 26, 1970. It was longer, lower, and wider than the first generation Camaro. A convertible body-type was no longer available. GM engineers call the second generation much more of a driver's car than its predecessor. The new body style featured a fastback roofline and ventless full-door glass with no rear side quarter windows.

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  • Chaz and AJ Podcasts - 9/11/14

    Today is the 13th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center. Congressman Peter King, from the Dept. of Homeland Security was on the phone to talk about today's threats against the country, while former Congressman Rob Simmons calls in to lament how not much has changed in security policy. Also, hear a first hand assount of 9/11 from Dave Russell, a retired FDNY member from the Bronx, and how to do something positive, from Jay Winuk, founder of www.911day.org. 

    PLR Podcasts HERE
    DRC Podcasts HERE
    Fox Podcasts HERE 

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  • Attend The 9/11 Ceremony With The Stamford Firefighters

    The Stamford Professional Firefighters will be sponsoring a 9/11 ceremony, honoring those who lost their lives on that tragic day.

    Join them tonight at 7pm in front of Station 5, 1620 Washington Blvd, Stamford. 

    As in the past, Southbound Washington Blvd will be available for parking, prior to the ceremony. SFD members are requested to assemble prior to 7pm in Class A uniform.

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  • Mother Of The Man In The Red Bandanna On Show

    Allison Crowther is the mother of Welles Crowther, the 24 year old known as the "Man in the Red Bandanna" who lost his life saving at least a dozen others on 9/11. 

    Click here to learn more and get involved in the Red Bandanna Project 

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  • Former FDNY Dave Russell With His 9/11 Experience

    Was a Lieutenant for Engine 62 Squad 41 in the Bronx During 911 and he is on the show with an incredible story. 

     

     

     

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  • Chairman Homeland Security Committee Joins Us

    Congressman Pete King,  who is a member of the Homeland Security Committee and Chairman of the Sub-Committee on Counterterrorism and Intelligence on the show. 

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  • Former U.S. Congressman for CT Rob Simmons On Show

    Retired U.S. Army Colonel and former U.S. Congressman for CT Rob Simmons calls in to talk about 9/11 and talk about what he thought of the President's speech last night

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