Monday, September 16, 2013

TONIGHT! JOIN ME on 'BEATS AND EATS' CELTICS SPORTS RADIO WITH TY RAY AND NICK

Join me for a GREAT SHOW tonight! 6 PM Pacific, 9 PM EST

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Beats & Eats Monday 9est w/80's star Lydia Cornell Featured

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Beats & Eats Monday 9est w/80's star Lydia Cornell
It's Monday night and you have a seat next to Ty Ray and Nick Gelso in the "virtual lounge."  Your show hosts will be in good company! You knew her as Sarah Rush on the hit tv show "Too Close For Comfort", Lydia Cornell will be joining Beats & Eats to talk about her career on and off tv.  What was it like for her to work with comic legend Ted Knight? How did she deal with superstardom at a young age? These are just some of the questions Ty and Nick will be asking.  Later in the show, Hell's Kitchen contestant Barret Beyer survived Gordon Ramsay but can he survive Ty and Nick. We'll also be taking your calls at 347-215-7771.  The lounge opens at 9pm est.

Ty Ray

Ty is a frequent host of the CLNS Celtics Post Game Show and co-host of Celtics Town King Of The Court podcast featured on CLNS radio.  His 20 year career in both tv and radio has allowed him to cover some of the biggest events in sports. He cites the 2001 MLB All-Star game in Seattle as well as the 2001 Stanley Cup finals among his favorite experiences.  His dream interview would include dinner and conversation with Celtics legend Bill Russell. 
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14 comments:

  1. Annapolis is a beautiful town, and one of my favorite weekend getaways. I have good friends there.

    So sad for that mess today. We just lost more people here in Maryland today than in the Boston tragedy. All gunned down in cold blood again by a nut with an assault rifle.

    And we were just starting to get over the Beltway snipers.

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  2. That interview was incredible! It was awesome.

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  3. I laughed my ass off. All those stories about Hollywood were Hilarious. The one about Jack Nicholson climbing for his smokes, the date at Ruth Chris with William Shatner, the Battle of the Stars, ...I loved when you did Howard Cosell.

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    1. Thank you Worf! Thanks for listening :)

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  4. They're still talking about you, how the phone lines lit up, what a great classy star you are.

    That was really a fun show, I really enjoy listening to those stories about Hollywood that you have. Those are gold.

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    1. Gee Worf, is that a brown spot on your nose?

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  5. Has anyone been watching 'Under the Dome?"

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  6. No don't know what that is.

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  7. Hey everyone, just put up a new photo we took Saturday night at the AVCOA fundraiser. This is way out in Antelope Valley (Paranormal area of very strange happenings in the desert. Lots of drones fly overhead and underground military installations with secret projects going on...

    I love the Joshua tree-desert landscape of this strange part of California..

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  8. I saw a bobcat when I camped out at Joshua Tree, Christmas day, 1996.

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