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INTERVIEW: Daughtry Keeping Busy

It has been a whirlwind of a week for the band Daughtry. On Sunday the fellas played a sold-out Count Basie Theater in Red Bank, NJ. The following morning, it was off to NBC’s “Today.”

“Night shows are always very different than morning shows,” explained Daughtry during an appearance at New York’s 95.5 PLJ. “A lot of times, morning shows aren’t really garnered toward full band set-ups.”

For example: Chris was only backed by a couple of acoustic guitars during Monday morning’s TV appearance. Usually for the late night shows, Daughtry can “hide behind all the noise” of a full band.

“I think singing that early in the morning generally is scary, especially after doing a show the night before,” Daughtry admitted. “You’re normally not ready for that, so you have to get up five hours earlier just so you can kind of ease in to it.”

Things didn’t slow down for the crew after Monday though. On Tuesday, Chris and Elvio Fernandes – a touring member of the band – fulfilled a handful of promotional obligations throughout New York City. Why Elvio and not a proper member of the band? Everyone else was in rehearsal for upcoming tour dates – including this week’s performance in Dubai, which the band left for on Wednesday evening.

DAILY DOWNLOAD: Sean Kingston f. Cher Lloyd – ‘Rum and Raybans’

I’m a fan of one of the two, plus this song. Any guesses on which one? This track will appear on Kingston’s Back 2 Life, due out in December.

INTERVIEW: Adam Levine Insists He Has ‘Nothing But Love’ for Christina Aguilera

Adam Levine seems pleased with Maroon 5’s journey – from breaking out with 2002’s Songs About Jane to gaining more momentum in 2007’s It Won’t Be Soon Before Long and then almost losing it all on the 2010 release of Hands All Over. Certainly thanks to the success of “Moves Like Jagger” and this year’s Overexposed, it is easier for Levine to look back fondly on the ride.

“Listen man, it’s a long, weird road being in a band,” Levine explained on “The Ralphie Show.” “We kept treading a line between were we a pop group or were we trying to be a regular alt-rock band? Yunno, we just didn’t know what we wanted for a minute.”

To Maroon 5’s credit – the band figured it out. Not to mention, Levine’s overall involvement with NBC’s “The Voice” hasn’t hurt the cause. The aforementioned “Moves” collaboration with his fellow coach Christina Aguilera proved to revive the group’s popularity. Aguilera will depart after this third season to focus more on her music career. If anything, Levine won’t miss the media-manifested drama between the two.

“I never liked that sh-t,” Levine stated rather bluntly. “I’ll be the first person to say that we had our share of issues in the beginning but I love that girl. Yunno, we’ve been through a lot. We came out the other end as friends and I’ve always got nothing but love for Christina.”

Levine went on to describe what was reported about the two as, “petty, despicable bullsh-t” in publications he called, “god awful.”

The lead singer was just as candid about which candidate he is backing in this year’s presidential election. The last time Levine called in to “The Ralphie Show” was in 2008 on behalf of President Barack Obama.

“I’m gonna do whatever the hell I can (to help President Obama) because if he doesn’t get elected I’m f-cking moving,” Levine claimed. “I’d rather you be president that f-cking Mitt Romney, and I barely know you.”

Levine might be better suited for the position – if you believe those “god awful” publications, he certainly has “binders full of women.”


Best wishes to the mother of one as she vacations following the release of her number one album, The Truth About Love. Here’s the second single from the LP.

DAILY DOWNLOAD: Nicki Minaj – ‘Va Va Voom’

When she’s not feuding with Mariah Carey, Nicki Minaj is releasing more fun dance tracks off the 18th re-release of Pink Friday.


In this week’s edition of “Trend Hungry Tuesday” – Resident Fashionista Jessie Holeva talked about a trend that could be considered either trashy or trendy, wearing bustiers as tops.

Visit Trend Hungry to find the latest fashion 411 on a skinny budget, and catch Jessie every Tuesday evening on “The Ralphie Show.”

‘The Ralphie Show’ Now Airs from 95.5 PLJ in New York

What a week.

Last Wednesday, Cumulus Media officially announced that my show and I were relocating to New York. My new flagship station is 95.5 PLJ, where my show airs live every weeknight from 7 to 10 pm to millions of people throughout the Tri-State area. “The Ralphie Show” still airs on 97 BHT in Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, PA, 92 PRO-FM in Providence, RI, and Q105 in New London, CT during its normal timeslots.

I’ve already welcomed Steven Tyler and Joe Perry on to the show. Adam Levine and Chris Daughtry join me before week’s end. A big guest is planned for Monday and Carly Rae Jepsen will call me, really, next Wednesday.

After a tumultuous search – yes, I think that is a fitting adjective for Manhattan apartment hunting – I “lucked out” (because that’s the cool thing to say) and found a cozy one bedroom in an amazing neighborhood. I’ve always dreamt of New York – working here, playing here, living here… and now I get my wish. To say I’m looking forward to living out my dreams would be a gross understatement. I’m ecstatic, and I feel blessed that I have this opportunity.

As I’ve mentioned a couple times in the trade publications (which naturally I’ll link to at the end of this article), I’d like to thank the Dickey family and Jan Jeffries for offering me the biggest break of my career. Jan isn’t simply delivering a company line when he says that Cumulus Media likes to recognize talent and promote from within, and I’m glad that I can serve as another example of that.

Again, I’m appreciative for my family, friends, and co-workers throughout the years. I’d like to give a special shout out to every program director that helped me grow as both an air talent and a person.

Trust me, I’m counting my blessings and as far as I’m concerned, we’re just getting started…

- All Access

INTERVIEW: Aerosmith ‘Toxic Twins’ Seem Closer Than Ever

It seems the Toxic Twins are back and as strong as ever. The coincidence is that the latest issue to drive them apart – Steven Tyler’s involvement on “American Idol” – may have been what brought them back together.

“I didn’t have anything to give Steven as a present because I’ve already given him everything that I could think of that I know he likes,” Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry told me regarding his cameo on last season of “Idol.” He played guitar on “Happy Birthday” for the 64 year-old Tyler. “That’s the kind of thing you give your brother.”

Tyler confirmed to Perry that he had no idea his fellow “bad boy from Boston” would be showing up on stage that night.

“What do you give a guy that’s got everything?” asked Tyler. “It was quite the moment, man. It was beautiful. It kind of took all the bad vibes and the whole business that was going on at the time and made it be okay.”

Perhaps it also sheds a little more light on how the tumultuous duo was able to link up with their other band mates to release Aerosmith’s first studio LP in eight years on November 6 and extend its current “Global Warming Tour” through the fall.

“This is the first record that I can think of in a long, long time where everybody is really excited about it in the band,” Perry noted. He has no problem referring to Music from Another Dimension as Aerosmith’s best yet. “I’d say we’re our own biggest fans so we’re also our own biggest critics.”

Seems not too much has changed from those crazy days of touring in the 70’s and 80’s… but some things are different.

“There are some substances that aren’t back there that used to be,” said Tyler – in a more matter-of-fact than joking manner – about the scene at the show these days. “It’s just so crazy. Everybody wants the backstage ticket. It’s pretty cool.”

And for the first time, Steven Tyler actually came across understated.

DAILY DOWNLOAD: Sammy Adams – ‘All Night Longer’

Another fun party jam (that samples Gary Glitter?) from one of New England’s most talented emcees…


In this week’s edition of “Trend Hungry Tuesday” – Resident Fashionista Jessie Holeva talked about a trend that Beyonce is a big fan of, wedge sneakers.

Visit Trend Hungry to find the latest fashion 411 on a skinny budget, and catch Jessie every Tuesday evening on “The Ralphie Show.”