September 9, 2017

Who is the greatest entertainer of all time and who is the greatest entertainer in today’s Pop culture world?


Zac Davis, WRVQ: Gotta be Michael Jackson for best all time and in current day it’s a tie between Justin Timberlake and Bruno Mars.

Heather Deluca, WSJO: Howard Stern is the greatest entertainer of all time. Was and still is.

Jonathan Shuford, WRVW: For all-time it has to be a toss-up between Elvis and Johnny Carson. As for today, it has to be Taylor Swift, and I would throw Jimmy Fallon into the mix as well.

Brian Mack, WXXL: I’d have to go with Paul McCartney of all time…or The Stones? They’ve hung in there the longest! Today, it’s hard to compete with Taylor Swift. High demand songs, tickets, and you never know who will show up on stage with her!

Matt Talluto, WBYR: Anyone who saw Michael Jackson would back me up on “The Greatest Of All Time” nod. Today? It’s a toss up between Justin Timberlake and Bruno Mars…in my opinion.

Rob Roberts, WRQX: Michael Jackson and Bruno Mars.


Fish Boy, WKRZ: Michael Jackson and Justin Timberlake.

Matt “MJ” Johnson, KUDD: For different reasons in their own right, Michael Jackson and P.T. Barnum, plus I think Andy Kauffman deserves to be in the conversation too. I would say Howard Stern in today’s world, he’s still highly entertaining and very relevant.

Chris Michaels, FM100: All time would be Garth Brooks, and in today’s Pop culture world would be Bruno Mars.


Andrew Sykora, WBLI: Michael Jackson and Justin Timberlake.

Nik Rivers, WLKK: They are one in the same…Lenny Diana!

Jonathan Pirkle, WNFZ: All Time – Elvis! Elvis had: Las Vegas, 20 years of almost constant tours, 35 movies, Aloha From Hawaii, 68 Comeback Special, Graceland, Impacted colon, Today – Bruno Mars.

Chad Rufer, KZZO: Frank Sinatra and Taylor Swift.

JB King, KLUC: Michael Jackson. Today: Justin Timberlake.


Kobi, WNRW/WLGX: Michael Jackson. Today: Bruno Mars or Justin Timberlake.

Java Joel, WAKS: Prince. He had it all – singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, producer, dancer, actor, weirdo. Currently? Bruno Mars.

Chris “Hollywood” Mann, WERO: Frank Sinatra and Taylor Swift/ Lady Gaga.

Chris K, 106.5 The End: With all due respect to JT, I would have to say in today’s world it would be Bruno Mars. He puts on such an amazing live show. For all-time, I’ll go with Frank Sinatra, his music, his voice his acting ability…he did it all.

Randi West, WMTX: Never saw him but probably Michael Jackson.  Today, Taylor Swift.

Jeremy Rice, WBLI:Michael Jackson and Bruno Mars.

Jeff Hurley, WHKF/B104: Greatest of all-time has to be James Brown, and there’s nobody on his level in today’s world…the closest you’d have today is Kanye West.

Derrick “DC” Cole, WLAN: Can I go with Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson for both? I have some odd man crush on this dude! Seriously though, I would say Dean Martin is on my list. His music stands the test of time and he did it all! Music, acting and comedy.

Gina Gray, WERO: I have to go with Elvis for all-time. Taylor Swift for today, it’s have to go with Elvis for all-time. Taylor Swift for today, because it’s her world and we all just live in it.

Sassy, WKXJ: Michael Jackson and Bruno Mars.


Mike Miller, WZFT: Michael Jackson and Justin Timberlake.


Jonathan Reed, WNOK: Elvis Presley. He just had that brand. Bruno Mars.

Reid, KZZP: Robin Williams. Today, it’s a toss-up between Taylor Swift and Justin Timberlake.

Jammer, WEZB: Michael Jackson. Today: Celine Dion and Michael Buble really know how to connect and communicate with their audience.

Jon Zellner. iHeartMedia: I’ll go with Steve Martin and Johnny Carson for all-time, and Jimmy Fallon and Ellen DeGeneres for today.

Rick Vaughn, Power 94.9: All time is Michael Jackson. In today’s Pop world, I see a lot of cookie-cutter entertainment.  There’s a formula for everything.  The last concert that really blew me away and kept me through the very end was Bruno Mars, so I’ll go Bruno.

Kobe, WWHT: Frank Sinatra definitely for all-time. In today’s world, I have to go with my man Justin Timberlake who is this generation’s Sinatra. He’s a triple threat and there’s nothing he’s done that’s failed.

Tony Waitekus, WHTQ: All-Time – Elvis Presley Today – Bruno Mars

Twisted Todd, WTPT: Even though I am not a fan, I have to go with Elvis. I mean he really was the King. I think today’s King as far as Rock n Roll is concerned is Dave Grohl. Hands down.

Jason Squires, KFRR: Mase Brazelle is my answer to both of those.

Kevin Kash, WWEG: I’ll give greatest entertainer to Clint Eastwood. He’s had plenty of movies that I watch over and over. For today’s pop culture, it’s a stretch but I’ll give it to the Impractical Jokers. First show in years that actually makes me LOL!


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