Anthony Cumia, dressed in full wizard regalia, takes the stage at the Hard Rock Cafe, and launches into a dead-on Neil Diamond imitation, singing 'Sweet Caroline" to the crowd of faithful O&A listeners.
Neo takes the stage at the Hard Rock Cafe, and he's HAMMERED. He proceeds to curse, slur, and pull his shirt off, and shows off his tumor-riddled body to the disappointed crowd. Oh yeah, then he gets naked.
Ryan Star, who was one of the contestants on ROCK STAR: SUPERNOVA, takes the stage at the Opie and Anthony Halloween Party at the Hard Rock Cafe in Times Square and launches into his song "Back Of Your Car"...the audience isn't digging it, but he manages to turn them around.
Ryan Star breaks into an acoustic version of NINE INCH NAILS classic "Head Like A Hole" on stage at the Hard Rock Cafe...and then takes out some aggression on some prick in the third rom.
Tippy Tom takes the stage at the Opie and Anthony Halloween Show and stinks the joint up.
Club Soda Kenny takes the stage in his ridiculous mask and cape and belts out his own sloppy rendition of 'Monster Mash' at the Opie and Anthony Halloween Party at the Hard Rock Cafe.
Chuck D joins Flavor Flav on stage at the Opie and Anthony Halloween Party for an impromptu PUBLIC ENEMY reunion... surrounded by fifty of Flavor Flav's entourage and family members. This is the only part of Flav's appearance at the party that wasn't a total disaster. You see, no one told Flav that
Paul Stanley of KISS visits the Opie and Anthony Show to promote his new CD, 'Live To Win' and join the walk to XM...and listen to Jim Norton horrify everyone in the room with his childhood stories of being beaten up...then hugged...by KISS.
The Mad Mexican, one of our co-workers at XM, gave Jim Norton a stuffed Paul Stanley doll to show to Paul Stanley, who was coming to visit the show in a few days. Well, Jim was just so super-excited to have this little stuffed piece of rubbish, and wanted to share his new toy with his pal Opie. The
Sharon Osbourne, wife and Manager of OZZY OSBOURNE visits the Opie and Anthony Show, and is, of course, subject to the rantings of Black Sabbath/Ozzy Osbourne uber-fan... Jim Norton