The Millenium Bug, Led Zeppelin's Photographer and Boise State Bandits
This morning, Big J reviewed a movie called “The Millenium Bug” as a part of his “DVDumbass” obligations. Last week, Big J approved “Silver Linings Playbook,” but did this week’s selection make the cut? Find out in our audio from today’s show by clicking here.
A famous photographer by the name of Neal Preston called into the show today. He has worked closely with artists such as Led Zeppelin, Queen, The Who, Bruce Springsteen, Fleetwood Mac, Michael Jackson and Whitney Houston. His archives were the primary source of still photographs for over 50 episodes of VH1’s “Behind the Music.” He has also shot covers for Newsweek, Time and Rolling Stone, along with photographing six Olympic Games, boxing, NBA Basketball and World Cup soccer. Not to mention, Preston has worked on the feature films Almost Famous, Vanilla Sky and Elizabethtown. Now you can add an interview with The Morning After to his resume. Check out xrock.com for that.
During “Sports with Pete,” we took a poll on how many Boise State Broncos are going to become Oakland Raiders. Well, not really but yesterday, two Boise State football players were booted from the team for violating team policies and former Bronco wide receiver, Titus Young, was arrested twice within a 15-hour window. Once for a DUI suspicion and the second time for trying ot break his vehicle out of the tow yard after it was impounded due to the first arrest. Even more importantly, click here to read about the time Young Sr. caused a ruckus inside an AT&T store before taking a nap.