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aug 29th 2014
John and Elwood tackle a hidden menu item - the Meat Mountain - from Arby's.

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aug 14th 2014
Aerosmith cancelled their show last night in Concord, CA and are reportedly cancelling this Saturday's show in George, Washington. TMZ is reporting that drummer Joey Kramer is dealing with heart issues. Another unconfirmed report from TMZ has Kramer planning to undergo heart surgery.

We wish the best to Kramer, his family, and the rest of Aerosmith.
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aug 14th 2014
Sammy Hagar has been tapped to host the 10th annual Classic Rock Roll of Honour (aka the Classic Rock Awards) on November 4th in Hollywood. This will be the first time the ceremony is held in the U.S. after nine years at the Roundhouse in London.

Fan voting is enabled for five of the categories. You can make your picks here.

Nominees include:
  • Metallica Through the Never and Rolling Stones Sweet Summer Sun, Hyde Park Live for Film of the Year.
  • Judas Priest, Bruce Springsteen, Pearl Jam, Tom Petty, and more for Album of the Year.
  • Reissue of the Year nominees from The Beatles, KISS, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Soundgarden, and more.
  • And Black Sabbath, The Black Keys, Guns n' Roses, Iron Maiden, Metallica, and Queen + Adam Lambert vying for Band of the Year.
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jan 28th 2014
All this week, John and Elwood are making their picks on Super Bowl XLVIII proposition bets. Here are our picks for day 2...
  • How many times will Archie Manning be shown on TV?
    • John: More than 1
    • Elwood: More than 1
  • How many times will Eli Manning be shown on TV?
    • John: Over 1.5
    • Elwood: Over 1.5
  • Which will be said more during the game?
    • John: Denver Broncos #1/Best Offense
    • Elwood: Seattle Seahawks #1/Best Defense
  • Which coach will be mentioned first by name after kickoff?
    • John: John Fox
    • Elwood: Pete Carroll
  • Which will be seen first on TV after kickoff?
    • John: Erin Andrews
    • Elwood: Pam Oliver
  • How many times will "12th Man" be said during the game?
    • John: More than 2
    • Elwood: Less than 2
  • How many times will "Beast Mode" be said during the game?
    • John: More than 2
    • Elwood: Less than 2
  • How many times will Peyton Manning say "Omaha" during the game?
    • John: Over 27.5
    • Elwood: Under 27.5
  • Will the announcers say the word "marijuana" during the game?
    • John: No
    • Elwood: Yes
  • Will the announcers refer to Russell Wilson being drafted in the MLB?
    • John: Yes
    • Elwood: No
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jan 27th 2014
On the Road Show, we're fans of proposition or "prop" bets - wagers on anything that DOESN'T relate directly to the game itself. Like the temperature at gametime or what color socks a certain player will be wearing.

All this week, John and Elwood are making their choices on Super Bowl XLVIII prop bets, and we'll be posting them for you to follow along with during the game.

  1. Will it snow during the game?
    • JOHN: Yes
    • ELWOOD: No
  2. What will be the temperature at kickoff?
    • JOHN: Under 32F
    • ELWOOD: Under 32F
  3. What will be the lowest temperature during the game?
    • JOHN: Under 28F
    • ELWOOD: Under 28F
  4. Will the power go out in the stadium during the game?
    • JOHN: Yes
    • ELWOOD: No
  5. How long will it take Renee Fleming to sing the official US National Anthem?
    • JOHN: Over 2m20s
    • ELWOOD: Over 2m25s
  6. Will Renee Fleming forget or omit at least 1 word of the official US National Anthem?
    • JOHN: No
    • ELWOOD: Yes
  7. Will Renee Fleming wear gloves when she starts singing the US National Anthem?
    • JOHN: Yes
    • ELWOOD: Yes
  8. If Renee Fleming wears gloves, what color will they be?
    • JOHN: White
    • ELWOOD: Black
  9. Will Knowshon Moreno cry during the singing of the National Anthem?
    • JOHN: Yes
    • ELWOOD: Yes, of course.
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dec 4th 2013
I remember when I was a kid during the holidays and the glorious day when the Sears and J.C. Penney "Wish Books" would arrive - busting the chestnuts of the poor S.O.B. mail carrier en route.
Contained within these impressive, glossy tomes were the hopes and dreams of everything I held dear - most of which, in my case, were licensed to George Lucas, the NFL and Mattel.
I would painstakingly go through all 500 pages or so - just in case they put a 'Jawa Droid Carrier' in some section other than "Toys".  To the clinical eye this may have been an early warning to the singular (obsessive) focus that  I seem to carry with me now as an adult - but as a kid I just wanted to be thorough - I felt I at least owed that to Santa for the bounty he was about to bestow upon me in less than a month's time.
I would come up with a good list of 50 or so items of which I coveted. Realistically knowing from past experiences (and disappointments) only a few would be lucky enough to make it under the family Christmas tree on the morning of December 25th.
So I found this article to be very funny on the modern day child's Christmas list - that was received by one of the writers of the sports website Deadspin from his daughter - and his very honest, annotated reaction to by him to each and every insane gift on the list.
Still Waiting on that "Ghost Gun" Mom....
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nov 21st 2013
Your school music teachers never picked awesome songs to play like these...

Iron Maiden - Number of the Beast:

Led Zeppelin - Thank You:

Aerosmith - Mama Kin:

Tom Petty & Stevie Nicks - Stop Draggin' My Heart Around:

Paul McCartney - Live & Let Die:
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nov 7th 2013
From last night's episode of South Park: when Cartman inadvertently creates peace in the Middle East, Christians, Muslims, and Jews all celebrate in the best way possible: with Van Halen.

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nov 6th 2013
Awesome news via

Packers Everywhere, the official online hub for Packers fans across the world, and Xbox One are offering fans the chance to play Xbox against a Packers player at Lambeau Field, through the 'Xbox One Challenge'.

The contest, which started Nov. 4, is open to fans 18 years and older, and can be entered by visiting The contest will be open through Nov. 18, 2013.

One first prize winner and nine guests will have the opportunity to play Xbox on a large video screen against a Packers player in a private indoor area at Lambeau Field on Tuesday, Dec. 3.

Winners will be notified within 48 hours of the contest ending. A complete list of contest rules can be found online at

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nov 6th 2013
Bruce Springsteen and Roger Waters are among the performers at Wednesday night's Stand Up for Heroes benefit concert in New York.

The show raises money for wounded service members through the Bob Woodruff Foundation. Waters will again perform with a group of wounded soldiers from the Walter Reed Hospital in Washington, D.C.

You can watch the live webcast here:
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nov 6th 2013
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nov 4th 2013

Packer QB Aaron Rodgers and his "fans" from the windy city are back at it - tailgating nonetheless.
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nov 4th 2013

Here's the Ultimate in Irony in simple to digest video form.
The Miami Dolphins are embroiled in a locker room 'schism' (sorry Vikings) - where guard Richie Incognito is accused of allegedly extorting money and 'bullying' (yes they're both adults) from fellow O-Lineman Jonathan Martin. The 'bullying' had gotten so bad that Martin has left the team due to mental distress - and when threatening voice mails and racially insensitive texts were revealed as recently as today  - Incognito was asked by the team to stay away.  
Strange behavior for a man who starred in the Dolphin's Code of Fan Conduct PSA centered around          "Being Civilized".  Nice Croquet Mallet.
Apparently the old adage, 'what's good for the guard isn't good for the fan-der (sorry) - applies here.
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oct 29th 2013
Superman is coming to Lambeau Field! Or at least his costumes are...

To celebrate the upcoming home entertainment release of the blockbuster “Man of Steel” on Nov. 12, and the 75th anniversary of Superman, Warner Bros., Home Entertainment and DC Entertainment are displaying original costumes from the Superman franchise in the Lambeau Field Atrium on Nov. 4 and 5.

The following costumes will be on display for fans to view, free of charge:

    “Man of Steel” (2013) – Superman, worn by Henry Cavill
    “Man of Steel” (2013) – Superman, worn by Henry Cavill
    “Man of Steel” (2013) – Clark Kent, worn by Henry Cavill
    “Superman” (1978) – Superman, worn by Christopher Reeve
    “Superman III” (1983) – Superman, worn by Christopher Reeve
    “Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman” (1993) – Superman, worn by Dean Cain
    “Smallville” (2001) – The Blur, worn by Tom Welling
    “Superman Returns” (2006) – Superman, worn by Brandon Routh

“Man of Steel” arrives onto Blu-ray 3D combo pack, Blu-ray combo pack, DVD 2-disc special edition, 3D limited collector’s edition and digital HD on Nov.12 from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment. In “Man of Steel,” Clark Kent is forced to confront his extraterrestrial past and embrace his hidden powers when Earth is threatened with destruction. For more information, visit
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oct 22nd 2013
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is once again letting fans vote to help decide which artists make the next induction class.

Who would you pick? Nirvana? KISS? Deep Purple?

Vote at this link.
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aug 7th 2013
Apparently the Green Bay Packers are ready to battle. At least each other... here's some fighting amongst teammates during Wednesday's practice.

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aug 6th 2013
Here's the official video for Sammy Hagar's new song "Knockdown Dragout" featuring Kid Rock and Joe Satriani. Get it on the new album "Sammy Hagar and Friends" on September 24.

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aug 6th 2013
It's Shark Week on Discovery Channel, and John & Elwood are celebrating the best way they know how: alcohol. Here are the rules for the Shark Week Drinking Game, courtesy of

1) Drink every time you hear an Australian, South African, or British accent

2) Drink every time you see a diver in a cage.

3) When a great white is 'jumping' out of the cage, drink from when the shark exits the water til it the re-entry

4) Drink every time a person mentions chum, a shark attack statistic, or a shark fact (note: this can only happen once every person)

5) Drink every time the camera shows a surfboard or person underwater in the same frame as a shark. Also drink if they show you a chewed-up surfboard.

6) Every time a new person is interviewed, drink

7) Every time a person is declared a "shark expert," drink

8) Finish your drink at the end of the episode. Should you not finish between the end of the episode and the start of the new show, chug an extra beer.

9) If they mention the state you live or have a house in. Drink. ( If they talk about Mass, Chatham, or Jessup don't be a b*tch and drink)

10) Drink every time the show references a new type of shark. If the shark does not attack humans (nurse shark) drink three times.

11) If a shark attacks an animal, drink until the animal dies or escapes. If the animal is a seal, finish your drink.

12) Drink every time someone mentions punching a shark in the nose or eye to stop an attack.

13) Drink every time a Facebook friend posts a #sharkweek status on Facebook or Twitter.

14) Drink every time some one mentions "Jaws" or if the "Jaws" theme music plays then say "we are going to need a bigger boat".

15) Drink every time Andy Samberg is on TV.

16) When a shark attack victim talks about the attack, drink for 1 second per 5 stitches the victim received. If the victim is a girl or a young child, double the time.

17) Drink half of your beer for every limb the shark victim lost. If it happened to be their genitalia, the least you could do is drink the whole beer.

18) Drink every time you see a subdued shark being poked, prodded, or given a tracking device on a boat.

19) Every time you mutter LL Cool J's lyrics, "Deepest, bluest, my hat is like a shark's fin" under your breath -- or aloud. Drink. (And good f*cking luck getting that out of your head.)

20) Drink because it's f*cking shark week. (Editor's Note: This one looks to be subjective, so interpret however you see fit.)
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jul 9th 2013
And now class, it’s time for this week’s lesson from Z’s School of Hard Rocks.                              This week we focus on the early days of Alice. Alice Cooper, born Vincent Furnier in Detroit, the son of a preacher. He says he wrote a lot of his lyrics based upon the reactions to him by his mother’s church group.
After high school, he and his band first called themselves the Earwigs, then the Spiders. By 1967 they renamed themselves The Nazz until they learned that was already the name of Todd Rundgren’s band. So they went with Alice Cooper because the name sounded innocuous and wholesome in contrast to their image and stage act.
One night after an unsuccessful gig at The Cheetah Club in Venice California where they emptied the entire room in about 10 minutes, a music manager named Shep Gordon approached them and said he knew of a guy who was looking to sign bizarre music acts to his new record label – Straight Records. That guy was Frank Zappa. For the audition, Zappa told them to come to his house at 7 o’clock. Well, the band mistakenly assumed he meant 7 o’clock in the morning. Being woken up by a band willing to play that brand of psychedelic rock at seven in the morning impressed Zappa enough to sign them to a three-record deal.
And that is this week’s lesson from Z’s School of Hard Rocks.
Class Dismissed!
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jul 9th 2013
And now class it’s time for this week’s lesson from Z’s School of Hard Rocks.
This week we getto the Heart of the matter as in the band Heart. Fronted by Ann and Nancy Wilson, the band has soldmore than 30 million records in its four-decade run and Heart was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame earlier this year. This week’s lesson focuses on the origin of two of their songs.
     It seems in 1977 Heart broke its contract with Mushroom Records where they were working on the
album Magazine and they signed with Portrait Records and got to work on Little Queenie.  Heart and the
two companies got into a nasty legal battle which gave birth to the song “Heartless”.
     Also in 1977, Mushroom Records ran a full-page ad in Rolling Stone Magazine showing the bare-
shouldered Wilson sisters posing much like they did on the Dreamboat Annie album cover with a
suggestive caption that said, “It was only our first time.” When a reporter suggested backstage after a
live performance that the sisters were sex partners, the infuriated Ann returned to her hotel room and
began writing the lyrics to “Barricuda”.
And that is this week’s “Crazy On You” lesson from Z’s School of Hard Rocks.
Class dismissed!
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