How do radio hosts spend their commercial breaks?

Some call their bae.

Some use the restroom.

Some have a quick smoke.

No bae, no need to run to the bathroom and no smoking for me. So, I made a kale smoothie and Facebook Live’d it. Here are the highlights.

Our girl Sharon Clott Kanter from People called in to talk about some of the fashion she saw at Sunday night’s BET Awards and the new look of Taylor Swift since she started dating actor Tom Hiddleston.
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Related: I had no idea “HiddleSwift” was a thing.

Chatted with People Deputy Style Director (and fellow Syracuse University alum) Sharon Clott Kanter and hosted my radio show. A solid Monday.

Atlantic City, a red carpet, two album release parties, zero hours of sleep. It was one for the books.

Adam Friedman performed an acoustic version of his single “Lemonade” and then chatted about working with Mike Posner on the track and going to school at Berklee with Charlie Puth.
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Michael Grubbs, the lead man of the indie pop outfit Wakey Wakey, stopped by to chat about the album “Overreactivist” he released in February and how he sometimes lives vicariously through others to write music.
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Chrissi Poland chatted about opening for Lady Gaga, landing a gig in Vegas and writing her debut full length album in the desert before returning to New York to record it.
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Singer/songwriter Benjamin Wagner stopped by the show to chat about his new album, “Great Lakes,” which he decided to release weeks earlier than his initial target date of Summer Solstice. Wagner explained why he pushed up the date and spent two years writing and recording the tracks.

This interview was the first in a series last week highlighting independent artists.

The release party for “Great Lakes” was last Thursday at Rockwood Music Hall, and hosted by yours truly.

I love Delta but they were wrong, twice.

Also, some very talented musicians are featured in this video.

A 5 hour bus ride to Syracuse, there for about 9 hours, then a 3 hour car ride back to Niagara Falls…