Meatball & Mark talk to horror icon Eli Roth ahead of his new show "Urban Legends" on the Travel Channel. Horror guru Eli Roth directed the films “Cabin Fever”, “Hostel”, “Hostel: Part II”, and “The Green Inferno”. He also starred in the films “Death Proof” and “Aftershock”, and played Donny “The Bear Jew” Donowitz in Quentin Tarantino’s “Inglourious Basterds”. He hosts “Eli Roth’s History of Horror” on AMC and recently served up “Eli Roth Presents: My Possessed Pet” and “The Haunted Museum: 3 Ring Inferno”, both on The Travel Channel.
Meatball & Mark talk to Stewart Copeland, the infamous drummer from the legendary rock band The Police. In 1987, Stewart, legendary jazz bassist Stanley Clarke, and singer Deborah Holland formed the trio Animal Logic. They released two albums and several hit singles, and went on a world tour in 1989, in addition to performing on Late Night with David Letterman, The Tonight Show, and on MTV. He also talks about he's sometime's only known for being the man being the video game Spyro's music.
Meatball & Mark talk to Criss Angel about his new show Magic With The Stars, where in each episode two celebrities train with professional magicians and compete to create a show-stopping series of magic performances. They also talk about some of his most memorable and dangerous stunts.
The Rocker Morning Show was joined by the host of Pawn Stars Rick Harrison to talk about some of the craziest things that have come through his pawn shop doors in Las Vegas and the new season of Pawn Stars, pawn Stars Do America.
Even though he was born in Chicago and lived in Birmingham, MI, Milky The Clown had the burial that is fit for any great magician, as his remains were cremated and scattered over Lake Palmer in Colon, Michigan, the Magic Capital of the World