October 27, 2017

What is your favorite dynamic duo of all-time in any of the music, radio, entertainment or sports fields?

Erik Bradley, B96: Michael Jordan + Scottie Pippen, Chicago Bulls.


Java Joel, WAKS: Easy. Daryl Hall & John Oates. My all-time #1. Today’s pop songwriters could learn a thing or two from these guys. No 2 of their hits sounded the same. Okay… maybe “Kiss On My List” and “Private Eyes” a ‘lil. But – SO much variety in their catalog. I mean, “I Can’t Go For That” was the inspiration for “Billie Jean.”

Frankie V, KSSX: The #VBROS!

Jon Zellner. iHeartMedia: Music: Simon & Garfunkel, twenty one pilots, Steely Dan. Radio: Elvis Duran & Elliot Segal, Howard Stern & Robin Quivers, Scott Shannon & Ross Brittain. Entertainment: Lucy & Ethel, Felix & Oscar, Bert & Ernie. Sports: Lou Gehrig & Babe Ruth, Jimmy Connors & Bjorn Borg, Magic Johnson & Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.

Reid, KZZP: Howard Stern and Robin Quivers.



Fish Boy, WKRZ: Montana to Rice!

Kobi, WNRW: Kobe Bryant and Shaquille O’Neal.

Rob Roberts, WRQX: It’s hard to beat Aaron Judge and Gary Sanchez.  We’ll see if it stands the test of time but I think we’re watching the beginning of an epic duo.

Roxy Myzal, hardDrive: After Lou Brutus and Roxy Myzal, I would have to say Howard Stern and Robin Quivers.

Reed Phillips, Sun Media-Paducah, KY: Growing up in Kansas City, it’s tough to beat the duo of Neil Smith & Derek Thomas. A combined 212 sacks and the backbone of the Chiefs Defense in the 90s. DT (the “Batman” of the duo) had 7 sacks of Dave Krieg in 1 game against the Seahawks.

Jonathan Reed, WNOK: Since the weather is changing… what about food?  Tomato soup and Grilled cheese sandwiches.

Heather Deluca, WSJO: Howard Stern and Robin Quivers.

Kobe, WWHT: Daft Punk from one era and Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin from the classic era.

Bob Patrick, WXLK: Legendary Philadelphia Phillies announcers Harry Kalas and Richie Ashburn.

Derrick “DC” Cole, WAEB: THE ROCK n SOCK Connection! Classic wrestling tag team with Mick Foley and my man…Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson!

Joey Brooks, WHYI/WMIA: Dr. Dre & Eminem.


Todd Shannon, WAPE: Glenn Frey and Don Henley.

Matt “MJ” Johnson, KUDD: Peyton Manning and Marvin Harrison, mainly because Harrison went to ‘Cuse!  And as an addendum, in the culinary field I would have to say peanut butter and jelly.

Gina Gray, WERO: Our morning show Ace & TJ who just killed it in the Summer Book!

Jeff Hurley, WHKF/WLAN: The Road Runner and Coyote.

Rick Vaughn, Power 94.9: Bert and Ernie.
Big Rob, KSME: Batman and Robin, DUH! That or Peyton Manning to his entire Broncos receiving core. They we’re all special together in their own way.

Brodie, KCHZ: That’s too easy! OutKast! It’s just two dope boyz in a Cadillac!

Mikey V, KISS 108: #VBros! Is there even another duo in the game???? I think not!!


Jonathan Shuford, WRVW: Does Ren and Stimpy count? No? Okay then Hall & Oates or the Bash Brothers (McGwire and Canseco) from the old Oakland A’s teams.

Brian Mack, WXXL: John and Paul!



Mike McVay, Cumulus Media: In music, Hall & Oates. Sports: Omar Vizquel and Robby Alomar, short-stop and second base for the Cleveland Indians 1999-2001. Entertainment: Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz.

Mike Miller, WZFT: Paul Rudd & Jason Siegal in I Love You Man!

Jammer, WEZB: Kenny Rogers & Dolly Parton.


Chris K, 106.5 The End: Tears for Fears for music, and I have two for sports: Montana to Clark and Bumgarner and Posey showing my true Giants colors!

Sassy, WKXJ: Howard Stern and Robin Quivers, Mike and the Mad Dog.

Kevin Kash, WIYY: Batman & Robin. For music, Steven Tyler & Joe Perry.


Matt Talluto, WBYR: Radio: Early days of Drew and Mike (WRIF). Entertainment: Abbott and Costello. Sports: Isiah Thomas and the rest of the ’89 Pistons. Music: Eddie Van Halen and Sammy Hagar


Next Week’s Question Of The Week:
What has been the most memorable station and/or label/industry event you’ve experienced this year?
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