• Chaz and AJ Video - Bitz N Hitz with Jamie Kennedy

    With about 24 hours left to go until Super Bowl XLIX, here's a video of how Chaz and AJ play football. Comedian Jamie Kennedy was in to witness and play in the latest installment of "Bitz N Hitz."  

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  • Chaz and AJ Podcasts - 1/30/15

    Comedian Jamie Kennedy was in studio sharing Hollywood stories, like why he passed up a role in "Boogie Nights" that would've had him in the back of a limosine with a naked Heather Graham. Plus, Jimmy Bitz from Buffalo Wild Wings was in to play Round 2 of Bitz N Hitz, and Jamie was appalled with Pam's wing eating methods. 

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  • This Day in Music History: January 30th

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    1969: The Beatles performed their final concert on the rooftop of Apple offices in London. The concert was halted 42 minutes into their set due to noise complaints.

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  • Jamie Kennedy Met His #1 Fan Today: AJ

    What a nutty show today...here are the highlights including:

    - Comedian Jamie Kennedy was impressed that AJ knew every line to Malibu's Most Wanted

    - Pam creeped out Jamie Kennedy with how she ate wings from Buffalo Wild Wings

    - Save the Oakdale!

    - We had a Super Bowl Champ in studio!

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  • AJ's Car of the Day '68 Ford Mustang GT Fastback 428 Cobra Jet

    Car: Ford Mustang GT Fastback 428 Cobra Jet

    Year: 1968

    What makes it special: The 1968 Ford Mustang 428 Cobra Jet was the quickest pure-production Mustang of the muscle car era. After getting their butts handed to them by Big-Block Camaros and Firebirds as well as 340 Dodge Darts and Plymouth Barracuda's, Ford came out with the Mustang 428 Cobra Jet on April 1st, 1968.

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  • Today On Chaz & AJ 1-30-15

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  • Chaz and AJ Podcasts - 1/29/15

    The new cast for the "Ghostbusters" reboot has been released, and it sparked a huge debate that divided the show on what is, and what is not, a "chick flick." Plus, legendary sportscaster and former "Access Hollywood" host Pat O'Brien called in, as did NBC CT's Kevin Nathan, who was live from Arizona to discuss the Super Bowl. 

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  • This Day in Music History: January 29th

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    1983: “Shock the Monkey” by Peter Gabriel peaked at number 29 on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart, which was Gabriel’s first top 40 single & his first single to chart higher in the U.S. than the U.K.

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  • Pat O'Brien Is Not Mad At Us For Playing His Drunk Audio

    Here's what we had going on today, including: 

    - Pat O'Brien Interview

    - What's a chick flick?

    - Best Super Bowl Story Yet

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  • AJ's Car of the Day '66 Chevrolet Nova L-79 327/350

    Car: Chevrolet Nova L-79 327/350

    Year: 1966

    What makes it special: Introduced for the 1966 model year, Chevrolet's Nova was given a restyle. The big news was the L-79 option, which was a Turbo-Fire 327 cu in V8 producing 350 horsepower. The L-79 equipped Nova was an instant performance hit and 5,481 L-79 option Nova's were ordered.

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  • Chaz and AJ Podcasts - 1/28/15

    The new KFC Double Down Dog sparked some spirited conversation, while Dumb Ass News was littered with chicken puns thanks to a man arrested wearing a giant chicken suit. Plus, WFSB's Joe Zone called in to talk about the Super Bowl and the idiocy that precedes the game, and Pam tries (and fails) to bring back the Ice Bucket Challenge. Don't miss information about the CT Lottery game that has AJ all excited, and dreaming about coming to work in a different car each day. 

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  • This Day in Music History: January 28th

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    1956: Elvis Presley made his American television debut on the Dorsey Brothers Stage Show. Jackie Gleason predicted “He can’t last. I tell you flatly, he can’t last”.

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  • AJ's Car of the Day '63 Mercury Comet S-22

    Car: Mercury Comet S-22

    Year: 1963

    What makes it special: Mercury's Comet model was based on the same platform as Ford's Falcon. The 1960 through 1963 year Comets are often referred to as "Round Body Comets." It shared a number of mechanical and body parts with the short-lived intermediate size Mercury Meteor. The optional S-22 package was released starting with the 1961 model year only on the 2-door sedan, and billed as the "Sport" package.

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  • Chaz and AJ Video - Pam's Ice Bucket Challenge

    Yesterday, during the blizzard, Pam finally accepted The Zambonis Ice Bucket Challenge from the summer. You might be asking yourself; "Why yesterday?" Well, Pam didn't see much of a "challenge" in dumping icy water on herself in the warmer months, so she promised to do it during the first big snow storm. 

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  • Chaz and AJ Podcasts - 1/27/15

    Covering the snowstorm as it was happening, complete with interviews with the Governor, Lt. Paul Vance of the CT State Police, Mayor Erin Stewart, and Tom from Long Island, who derailed the Top 10 List at 5:45 AM. Plus, ESPN's Kevin Negandhi called in to talk about the Super Bowl, and make a prediction for Sunday's game. 

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  • This Day in Music History: January 27th

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    1971: David Bowie arrived in the U.S. for the first time. Bowie couldn’t perform live, but he did gain publicity for wearing a dress during a promotional event.

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  • AJ's Car of the Day '62 Plymouth Valiant "Hyper-Pak"

    Car: Plymouth Valiant "Hyper-Pak"

    Year: 1962

    What makes it special: Considered its own distinctive brand, Plymouth's Valiant model made its debut for the 1960 model year. It was less radical than Chevrolet's Corvair model, and considered more aesthetically daring than Ford's equally new Falcon. Valiant's were produced with uni-body construction which wasn't used by the Chrysler Corporation since the 1930's Airflow models rather than the usual body-on-frame construction.

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  • So Did It Snow?

    We woke up this morning, and was pleasantly surprised that we didn't get as much snow as we thought we'd get. We talk to all the important people that made sure the roads and snow were taken care of this morning..... Read More
  • Chaz and AJ Podcasts - 1/26/15

    All you need to know about the incoming blizzard, straight from the source! Governor Malloy, CT D.O.T. Commissioner Jim Redeker, and the National Weather Service were all on this morning to share the important info to safely ride out the storm. Plus, NFL Agent Joe Linta was in studio breaking down the Super Bowl matchup, and what effects DeflateGate might have on the game. 

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  • This Day in Music History: January 26th

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    1977: Founding Fleetwood Mac guitarist Peter Green was committed to a British mental institution after he fired a pistol at a messenger who attempted to deliver a royalty check.

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  • AJ's Car of the Day '73 Mercury Capri V6

    Car: Mercury Capri

    Year: 1973

    What makes it special: Mercury's Capri models were sold in the U.S. by Lincoln-Mercury. They were sold as three distinctly different cars over three decades. The Capri for the 1971 to 1974 model years and Capri II for 1976 to 1977 were imports made by Ford of Europe in Germany. At their peak, Mercury Capri sales in the U.S. were the highest for any import model except VW's Beetle.

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  • Today On Chaz & AJ 1-26-15

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  • Chaz and AJ Podcasts - 1/23/15

    Jason Page with his opinion on how the NFL has already botched their investigation into #DeflateGate, and then Chaz and AJ test two footballs in studio with a metal trash can. Plus, Jamie the Bear the day after setting a world record; eating 93 deviled eggs in four minutes! The Tribe called in to share their stories about taking shots to the beans. 

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  • This Day in Music History: January 23rd

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    1973: Neil Young was handed a piece of paper during a concert at Madison Square Garden & read the message that a peace accord had been reached in Vietnam.

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  • Loser of the Week: Patriots Haters

    We're actually surprised by this. We thought it would be Tom Brady or Bill Belick that wuold get voted for Loser of the Week. But apparently the Tribe is made up of more Pats fans...so haters were told to suck it today

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  • Just So Many Ball Jokes

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  • AJ's Car of the Day '69 Chevrolet Yenko SC427 Nova

    Car: Chevrolet Yenko SC427 Nova

    Year: 1969

    What makes it special: The 1969 Chevrolet Yenko SC427 Nova is quite possibly the most lethal of all Nova's ever produced. A mere 38 were built by Don Yenko of Yenko Chevrolet in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania. Yenko referred to the SC427 Yenko Nova as barely legal at best. Chevrolet refused to build a Nova to it's specs through their COPO ( Central Ofiice Production Order ) program, so Yenko did it themselves.

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  • Today On Chaz & AJ 1-23-15

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  • Chaz and AJ Podcasts - 1/22/15

    Toni Boucher (R) and Tony Guerrera (D) were both in studio to debate whether or not tolls on CT highways would be a good idea for the state and taxpayers. Plus, Jason Page with the latest on #DeflateGate and audio of the crazy crying Canadian chick who missed her ferry. 

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  • This Day in Music History: January 22nd

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    1965: The Animals were set to record their live album The Animals at the Apollo at Harlem’s Apollo Theatre. Before the concert, the U.S. Immingration Department ordered the concert to be cancelled.

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