• Chaz and AJ - AJ Punished by Lady Elizabeth

    With all the popularity of "50 Shades of Grey," lots of people have questions about BDSM. To help educate the Tribe, Chaz and AJ invited Lady Elizabeth the dominatrix in studio this morning to punish AJ. 

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  • Chaz and AJ Podcasts - 2/26/15

    Lady Elizabeth the dominatrix was in studio to show AJ what "50 Shades of Grey" is like in real life. Before Lady Elizabeth arrived, Chaz asked Pam to go shopping at an adult store for a brand new ball gag, which wasn't without incident. Attorney John Haymond stopped by, and then Doug Wimbish, the bassist with Living Color was in studio talking about his previous work with Grandmaster Flash. 

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  • This Day in Music History: February 26th


    1977: The Eagles reached the top of the Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart for the third time with “New Kid in Town”, their first single off of Hotel California which spent one week on top.

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  • AJ's Car of the Day '64 Pontiac GTO 2 door Hardtop

    Car: Pontiac GTO

    Year: 1964

    What makes it special: Pontiac GTO was an option package for the Tempest model, available for the two-door coupe, hardtop, and convertible body styles. It was the brainchild of Pontiac engine specialist / engineer Russell Gee, chassis engineer Bill Collins, and Pontiac chief engineer John DeLorean. GTO was basically a violation of GM policy limiting the A-Body intermediate line to a maximum engine displacement of 330 cu in, but since the GTO was an option package for the Pontiac Tempest and not standard equipment, it fell into a loophole in the policy. Pontiac sales manager Frank Bridge did not believe it would find a market and insisted on limiting initial production to 5,000 cars.

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  • Today On Chaz & AJ 2-26-15

    We want to learn a little bit more about the hye of 50 Shades of Grey--so dominatrix Lady Elizabeth is coming in studio at 7:30 & 7:45 to tie up AJ and make him her b*tch! Read More
  • Chaz and AJ Podcasts - 2/25/15

    Beth was in studio with audio from Albert, who was single on Valentine's Day, and had a great story about a bad first date that involved drinking too many martinis and taking mushrooms. Plus, Dr. Patty Ann returned to help the Tribe with the things that set them off, Amanda from Largay Travel hyped up the Chaz and AJ Cruise to Bermuda, and New Britain Police Chief James Wardwell commented on the attempted bank robbery and bomb threat from earlier in the week. 

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  • This Day in Music History: February 25th


    1980: Bob Seger released his eleventh studio album Against the Wind which was his third album with The Silver Bullet Band. The album went on to reach number one on the Billboard 200 Album Chart and sell five million copies in the U.S.

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  • AJ's Car of the Day '67 Mercury Cougar XR7

    Car: Mercury Cougar XR7

    Year: 1967

    What makes it special: The Cougar finally gave Mercury its own "Pony Car" upon its introduction. Fitting between the Ford Mustang and the Ford Thunderbird, the Cougar was a performance icon for the Mercury name for several decades. Based on the 1967 restyled first-generation Mustang, it had a 3-inch longer wheelbase and new sheet metal. Cougar was available in both a base and XR-7 model, and only came in one 2-door hardtop body style.

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  • Today On Chaz & AJ: The Guys Are Back!

    They're finally back! Here's what we have going on today--and remember to call in 877-R-NICKEL

     

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  • This Day in Music History: February 24th


    1988: As a joke, Alice Cooper announced plans to run for Governor of Arizona as a member of the “Wild” Party.

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  • AJ's Car of the Day '53 Chevrolet Corvette Roadster

    Car: Chevrolet Corvette

    Year: 1953

    What makes it special: Introduced late in the 1953 model year, the first generation Corvette was originally designed as a show car for the 1953 Motorama display at the New York Auto Show, but generated enough interest to force General Motors to make a production version to sell to the public. First produced on June 30, 1953, a total of 300 hand-built polo white Corvette convertibles were made. This generation is usually referred to as the "solid-axle" models, with a solid rear end as opposed to the independent rear suspension second generation models. The headlights were set behind screen covering the openings.

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  • Heat Up At One Of These Legendary CT Motels

    Pipes frozen? Or just lookin to heat things up in these freezing cold temperatures? Consider getting out of the cold and warming up at one of these fine Connecticut motels. 

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  • This Day in Music History: February 23rd


    1970: The Doors received their fifth Gold album for Morrison Hotel which went on to sell one million copies in the U.S.

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  • Chaz and AJ Archive - Joey Logano

    Middletown, CT native Joey Logano won the Daytona 500 yesterday! Check out some of his past interviews with Chaz and AJ: 

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  • Birdman Gets Spoofed

    For your Oscar consideration: A veteran puppeteer, who plays an avian icon, battles his ego and attempts to find his way back to a certain furry and friendly street. This is 'Big Birdman.'

    Check it our here

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  • AJ's Car of the Day '64 1/2 Ford Mustang Convertible

    Car: Ford Mustang Convertible

    Year: 1964 1/2

    What makes it special: The Ford Mustang was unveiled five months before the normal start of the 1965 production year. Its earliest versions are often referred to as 1964½ models, but VIN coded by Ford and titled as 1965 models. Ford's Mustang created the "Pony Car" class of American cars, which are sports-car like coupes with long hoods and short rear decks, spurring competition like Chevrolet's Camaro, Pontiac's Firebird, the AMC Javelin, the restyled Plymouth Barracuda and first gen Dodge Challenger. Initially based on Ford's Falcon platform, more than one million Mustangs were built within the first 18 months. Most of its chassis, suspension, and drivetrain components were those used on Ford's Falcon and Fairlane models.

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  • Lady Gaga Was Amazing Last Night!

    Lady Gaga performed the Sound of Music during last night's Oscars...and KILLED IT! She actually looked normal, but really beautiful. 

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  • This Day in Music History: February 20th


    1969: Goodbye Cream, the documentary film of Cream’s farewell concert at London’s Royal Albert Hall premiered in Baltimore.

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  • AJ's Car of the Day '72 Pontiac GTO 2-Door Post Coupe

    Car: Pontiac GTO 2-Door Post Coupe

    Year: 1972

    What makes it special: By 1972, Pontiac's GTO went from a separate model line to a $353.88 option package for both the Le Mans and Le Mans Sport coupes. On the base Le Mans line, the GTO package could be had with either the low-priced pillared coupe or hardtop coupe. Even the GTO's Endura bumper was offered as an option on Le Mans/Sport models, with "Pontiac" spelled out on the driver's side grille rather than "GTO." Both models came standard with cloth and vinyl or all-vinyl bench seats and rubber floor mats on the pillared coupe and carpeting on the hardtop, creating a lower-priced GTO. The GTO in pillared coupe form for 1972 were produced in low numbers.

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  • FINALLY! McDonald's Bringing Back Best Menu Item!

    These were by far the most gourmet item on the McDonald's menu. I was so surprised when they took them off after being available for 10 years. 

    Well, after a dark 2 years....they're coming back in March. Read about it here!

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  • Jon Stewart Responds To Wrestler Seth Rollins Claim To Takeover The Daily Show

    After hearing wrestler Seth Rollins claim he could take over “The Daily Show” and make it watchable, host Jon Stewart recorded a video message with some words for Mr. Money in the Bank....

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  • This Day in Music History: February 19th


    1980: AC/DC singer Bon Scott died of acute alcohol poisoning in London while sleeping in a friend’s car. He was 33 years old.

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  • Watch This 92 Year Old Crash Into 9+ Cars!!!

    We've all had encounters with elderly drivers. Well, 9 (and more) people had an encounter with this guy. 

    The video is hysterical...watch it here

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  • AJ's Car of the Day '71 Plymouth 'Cuda 340

    Car: Plymouth 'Cuda 340

    Year: 1971

    What makes it special: The third generation Plymouth Barracudas were based on cut-down intermediate bodies which had wider engine compartments, and the opportunity was immediately used. The redesign for the 1970 Barracuda removed all its previous links with the Plymouth Valiant. The original fastback design was deleted from the line and the Barracuda now consisted of coupe and convertible models. This new platform was called the E-Body.

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  • Norm Macdonald Explains Why Eddie Murphy Was So Awkward

    Did you notice how awkward Eddie Murphy was at the SNL 40th anniversary show? It's because he was thiiiiis close to being Cosby in the Celebrity Jeopardy sketch. We learn this by Norm Macdonald's behind the scenes live tweets.

    Read it all here

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  • This Day in Music History: February 18th


    1972: Neil Young received his third Gold record for Harvest, which went on to sell four million copies in the U.S.

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  • AJ's Car of the Day '1965 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu L79 327

    Car: Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu L79 327

    Year: 1965

    What makes it special: The Chevelle Super Sport was Chevrolet's entry into the muscle car wars. Starting in mid 1964, the Chevelle in both Malibu and SS model form could be ordered with the 327 V8 in your choice of 250 or 300 hp. Both used a 4-barrel carburetor and 10.5:1 compression, and easily held their own against the 289 V8 Ford Fairlane and 273 V8 Plymouth Barracuda.

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  • This Day in Music History: February 17th


    1988: A 12 year old boy in Hollywood, FL set his legs on fire & suffered burns over 10 percent of his body while trying to imitate a stunt in Motley Crue’s music video “Live Wire”. Motley Crue issued a statement saying their stunts should not be tried at home.

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  • AJ's Car of the Day '1964 Ford Fairlane 500 K-Code Sports Coupe

    Car: Ford Fairlane 500 k-Code Sports Coupe

    Year: 1964

    What makes it special: Ford transferred the Fairlane nameplate to its new "senior compact” line in 1962. The downsized Fairlane was nearly a foot shorter than regular Fords, but longer than the Falcon. In 1963, the restyled Fairlane Sport Coupe became a true hardtop. For 1964, a new grille and headlight bezels were introduced, the tail fins were dropped, some chrome decorating on the side was changed, and the shape of the trunk lid changed.

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  • This Day in Music History: February 16th


    1972: John Lennon performed with Chuck Berry on The Mike Douglas Show, performing Memphis & Johnnie B. Goode during Lennon & Yoko Ono’s week-long stint hosting The Mike Douglas Show.

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