Michael C. Anthony
YEEE HAAAAAAAW! Something I yelled MANY times while taking a few special preview rides of Hersheypark's SKYRUSH last night ; ) SO many descriptive words come to mind for this new, 12th coaster at HP, but probably the best one IS indeed RUSH!!! They sure got the name right on this one. It was not necessarily what I've been dreaming it would be since they announced it last August...but even BETTER! I mean over 200 feet tall, winged seats, speeds over 75 mph AND five zero-G airtime hills. Only one thing comes to mind: I WANNA RIDE AGAIN!!! LOL Check out the PennLive.com article about it HERE.
Can you see me in these pics?
Check out this vintage concert clip of the song that helped Donna Summer win her first Grammy...Last Dance. STILL a classic!
Hard to believe another great entertainer is gone. Donna Summer lost her battle to cancer at age 63. She leaves behind a legacy of awesome music where ya just couldn't sit still. Check out this interview on American Bandstand with the late Dick Clark. They both look incredible...and check out her outfit! Talk about RETRO ;)
|Michael C. grew up in the small town of Schoeneck in Lancaster County. His love of music undoubtedly came from Mama C. “She would always have the radio on or be playing records”, he recalls. But the day that changed His life forever was his seventh birthday. He had the Chicken pox AND mumps at the same time. Being sympathetic, Mama & Papa C. asked what he wanted for his birthday. The answer: A RECORD PLAYER! And the rest is history.He would listen to his favorite stations growing up and try to mimic the DJs. After graduating from Cocalico High School, he went on to attend the Pennsylvania Broadcast Institute in Reading. That same year he landed his first job in radio. He’d go on to work at other stations, eventually 101 The Rose, where he’s been a fixture since 1999. In addition to his passion for music, Michael C. loves traveling, roller coasters, the beach, hiking and biking, cooking, concerts, hockey and just hangin’ out with friends.|
Q: Which single from Huey Lewis & The News' SPORTS album from the 80's was originally released by the country-pop band, Exile, in 1981?
A: Heart and Soul
Q: What year was cotton candy introduced to circus audiences in America?
Q: Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey's last performance under a tent happened right here in Pennsylvania in 1956. Where?
Q: About how long is the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus train?
A: One mile
Q: How many pounds of popcorn are consumed in each city that Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey's "Greatest show on earth" visits?