WYSP (94.1) today finally confirmed the worst-kept secret in radio -- that Danny Bonaduce will start Monday on morning drive. His shift will be 6 to 10 a.m.
When moving 3,000 miles from L.A., most people would build in a week or two between jobs. Few people share Bonaduce's work ethic.
The Broomall native told me today that he's flying here after his show Wednesday on a red-eye and will spend much of Thursday asleep in a Center City hotel. Friday, he will do two L.A. shows from WYSP studios. Saturday, the furniture arrives at his new apartment. He and CBS did not enlist a relo specialist to match him with housing. I won't give his exact address. He said: "My mom made a couple calls, and said, 'You have to live in the [blank]. " So he rented in the [blank].
Asked what the show would be like, he said, "It's hard to say. I don't really write a show. Well, I do write a show, just so when they ask what I'm doing, I can show them something. Nothing funny happens in an office building in a cubicle. It sucks the life out of comedy. I go out and live my life and that becomes the next day's show." Expect music and shtick.