Dennis DeYoung is the former keyboardist and founding member of Styx. In addition to four solo albums, DeYoung has performed outside of the rock arena in the musical 'Jesus Christ Superstar' and has written songs for a musical version of 'The Hunchback of Notre Dame.'
Join Andy Cohen and Anderson Cooper for an unscripted, uncensored and unforgettable night of conversation. The late night talk show host and the journalist, longtime friends, interview each other and take questions from the audience. It's a live, interactive look behind the scenes of pop culture and world events.
Clean can often mean not funny, but in the case of Brian Regan, it means streamlined, creative and enthusiastic. Audiences have been drawn to his howl-worthy comedy, which ranges from profound insights to silly exaggerations. Since his first appearance on "The Late Show With David Letterman" back in 1995, Regan has emerged as a viewer and audience favorite, typically making more than 80 stops a year to sold-out audiences across the country.
From his time in the Doobie Brothers with songs like 'What a Fool Believes' and 'Taking It to the Streets' to his work with Steely Dan, Donna Summer, Kenny Loggins and Christopher Cross to his solo career, Michael McDonald has one of rock's more familiar voices.
LA singer/songwriter Jackson Browne is known for such hits as "Running on Empty," "Doctor My Eyes," "The Pretender" and more. His introspective, literate lyrics have crossed personal and political borders over the years, but throughout his 40-plus years in the music business, Browne's been a touchstone for those among his fanbase.
Nick Swardson is perhaps best known for his recurring role as Terry Bernadino in the TV series "Reno 911!," but he has also appeared on "The Tonight Show," "Comedy Central Presents" and many more, as well as the film "Bucky Larson: Born to be a Star," which he also wrote and produced.
A founding member of Creedence Clearwater Revival, John Fogerty's solo releases "Centerfield" and "Blue Moon Swamp" have earned him acclaim and praise from fans around the world. In addition, Fogerty and his #1 recording "Centerfield" were honored during the 2010 National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction Ceremonies--the first time the National Baseball Hall of Fame has immortalized a musician or song as part of the annual ceremonies. He's also called the "Father of the Flannel Shirt."
Kenny Loggins has logged (pardon the pun) many a memorable album since he started out at the age of 20. He has achieved worldwide superstardom, amassed a distinquished list of classic hits and received a star on the Walk of Fame. The Grammy winner's hits include 'This is It,' as well as several movie soundtracks including 'I'm Alright' from 'Caddyshack' and 'Danger Zone' from 'Top Gun.'
The legendary drummer of The Beatles leads this rock supergroup with shifting personnel. The current lineup includes Todd Rundgren, Steve Lukather, Gregg Rolie, Richard Page, Warren Ham and Gregg Bissonette.
The world has never "Lost That Lovin' Feelin'" for the distinctive sound of Bobby Hatfield and Bill Medley, The Righteous Brothers. Now performing with singer Bucky Heard, Bill Medley continues the phenomenon of "blue-eyed soul" that produced such hits as 'Unchained Melody' and '(You Are My) Soul And Inspiration.'
Aaron Lewis is the lead vocalist and founding member of Staind. His own solo album, Town Line,' allowed him to venture into country music. His first full-length solo release, "The Road," was released in 2012. In 2013 he headlined the Jagermeister Country Tour, debuted on the Grand Ole Opry and was nominated for four Sportsman Choice Awards. He released his latest album, "Sinner," in the fall of 2016, featuring a cameo from Willie Nelson on the title song, as well as a cover of Chris Stapleton's "Whiskey and You."
The Hasidic singer-sonwriter Matisyahu stands out like no other. This lyricist, MC and beatboxer explores traditional Jewish themes and spirituality by mixing in ever-more exploratory journeys into reggae, rock and hip-hop beatboxing sounds. His second album, "Youth" was nominated for a Grammy and his third, "Light" reached the top of the reggae charts. His latest release, "Undercurrent," is a more personal, musically thematic eight song cycle.
No stranger to television, Chicago native Sebastian Maniscalco catapulted into the national spotlight with a 20-city tour for his one-hour Comedy Central DVD Special 'Sebastian Live!' On 'The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,' Sebastian appeared as the unforgettable style correspondent providing hilarious grooming advice to unsuspecting airline passengers and churchgoers.