George Knapp shares some music video picks.
Below are excerpts from last week's one hour+ Q & A with numerologist Glynis McCants, our special guest in Streamlink's Live Chat. She presented information on people's Destiny Number and gave personal readings. Members can read/print the full transcript.
Art Bell shares a few recent photos of his family. Pictured: Airyn, Art and their 4-month-old daughter, Asia Rayne.
C2C Digicam image highlights the special Birthday Pizza for Coast board operator Steve Carr.
Joining Colm Kelleher tonight is George Knapp, an Emmy Award-winning journalist whose groundbreaking investigation of the Area 51 military base was selected by UPI as Best Individual Achievement by a Reporter in 1989. Currently, he's the chief of KLAS-TV's I-Team, and in that capacity he's continued to report on unusual stories, such as the 'Skinwalker Ranch', Dan Burisch, Bob Lazar and other topics.
Art Bell shared the story of how he met, fell in love with, and married a very special Filipina woman, Airyn Ruiz.
Luna Bella from the NightHawk Zone (Happy 6th Month Anniversary!!!) shares her list, You Know You're a REAL Coast to Coast AM Fan If...
With over 20 years of experience in the Louisville Radio Market, Chris McGill served seven years as a traffic anchor and operations manager for Skyview Traffic, which later merged into Metro Traffic. It's not by accident that Chris is such a natural at the mike, prior to traffic he worked as a DJ for WQMF-FM, KISS 104 FM and WLRS-FM.
In honor of Art Bell's 60th birthday, the first hour of Friday's show featured special guest call-ins who shared stories and sent Art their Happy Birthday wishes.
This past Sunday afternoon, George Noory spoke to a capacity crowd at the New Living Expo in San Francisco. He interacted with his fans and an "8-ft. alien!"
Adnan Saleem of Destination Creation has uncovered the secret reason why George is on radio and not television.
Thank you for your submissions. We've posted the second half of some of the responses we received, in our call for people to share their favorite or most memorable show moments from 2004.
We're happy to feature the first half of some of the responses we received, in our call for people to share their favorite or most memorable show moments from 2004.
Roots/alt-country artist Sean Hogan has sent us a new, longer version of his song Conspiracy Radio, which pays tribute to C2C and Art Bell. Enjoy this streamed recording, and visit Hogan's website for details on his upcoming CD release which will feature the song.
Lest we let Art Bell live down the time he accidentally glued his lips together, I offer this gentle reminder. It's all in fun, Mr. Bell...
Thanks to Art Bandini for providing tonight's logo image. On the right, Art's Webcam, with Art & Ramona.