September 24, 2018

What three people in either of the music, entertainment or sports fields would be your ultimate “celebrity dinner” and what would be the main topic of conversation?

Jonathan Shuford, WRVW:Kanye West, Donald Trump and Le’Veon Bell.  I’d just ask “Who’s the best out of the three of you” and then walk away.  They’d just talk about themselves forever and never be heard from by the public again, so the world would be a better place.  Also, Steven Avery, Michael Peterson and Marjorie Diehl-Armstrong. Topic of conversation “Did you do it”?

Mike McCoy, WNCI: Don Mattingly, Derek Jeter and Joe Torre, the subject matter is self-explanatory.

Todd Shannon, WAPE: Roger StaubachJimmy Buffet and Jason Bateman. Topic would be, what are your secrets to success? Roger successfully went into real estate, Jimmy is a major artist who turned entrepreneur, and you have Jason who started off as a little kid actor and just continues to reinvent and recreate himself.

Matt Johnson, KSLZ: JesusBuddha and Abraham Lincoln. Of course, the topic would be my fantasy football, maybe those guys can help me figure it out!


Sue O’Neil, WKSE: I prefer my mom.

Chris Michaels, FM100:
Kevin James, Howard Stern and Chris Rock. It would be about anything and everything.


Big Rob, KSME: I’d want to eat with Stone Cold Steve Austin. He’s the only big hero from my childhood I’ve never met. We’d talk about all the crazy stuff he did!

Mase, CD1025: Steve Martin, Dave Grohl and Winona Ryder and we would talk about how great Steve Martin is.

Java Joel, WAKS: Are we opening this up to dead people? If so, Frank Zappa, George Carlin & Joe Rogan. We’d talk music, politics and& the ramifications of the cumulative effect social media is having on our collective psyche.

Kobe, WWHT:
Stephen Colbert, John Oliver and Jon Stewart, the topic would be Donald Trump.


Mike “OD” O’Donnell, WKRZ: I’d go in the political field with Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama, and we would be talking about collusion in the music business.

Rick Vaughn, Power 94.9:Kid Rock, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Chris Rock. Topic would be poker.

Jon Zellner, iHeartMedia: Barbra Streisand, Jerry Seinfeld, Scarlett Johansen, Adam Sandler, Kate Hudson, and the topic would be, how to best integrate Jewish holidays into mainstream culture.

Fish Boy, WKRZ:
Joe Montana, Lou Holtz and Oprah, and the main topic would be work ethic.


Rod Phillips, iHeartMedia: Tiger Woods, Katy Perry and Brett Favre. Topic would be, how are we going to fix Luke Bryan’s swing?

Kevin Kash, WIYY: Ozzy, Gordon Ramsay, and Boog Powell (he was my favorite Oriole growing up). They’d sample and rate Boog’s BBQ. Then Ozzy and Boog would square off in a cookoff with Ramsay as the judge.

Chuck Damico, WMMR / WBEN: Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos and Dave Grohl. We’d discuss how to make America great again.

Jonathan Reed, WNOK: There would be 3 separate dinners. Howard Stern – Hopefully he would be in a talkative mood. Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla – Talk cars. Bob Pittman – Would love to hear more of his insight since he’s the CEO of my company.

Mike McVay, Cumulus Media: P!nkBill Cowher and Jimmy Fallon.

Kobi, WNRW / WLGX:Justin Timberlake, Denzel Washington (I would pick Obama but I know he wouldn’t show) and Oprah. Just talk about life.

Rob Roberts, WRQX: John, Paul and George.  We would discuss all the Beatles stories and legends over the years…and how little they actually needed Ringo.

Jimmy Steal, KPWR: Kanye,
Steven Wilson,
Peter Gabriel, and the topic would be using music to consistently move the culture, inspire the audience, save the environment, and steer AI and block-chain into making the world an even better place to live.

Bob Patrick, WXLK: Howard Stern, P!nk, and Charles Barkley. We’d see whose turn it is to buy?

Brian Michel, iHeartMedia / Atlanta: Bobby Orr, Scott Niedermayer and Vin Scully, and we would talk hockey and broadcasting.

Jason Squires, KFRR: Vince McMahonTerry Bollea, Ric Flair. ’80s wrestling national expansion.

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