Friday, December 22, 2006

Bonaduce Goes To The Dark Side

December 22, 2006

Danny Bonaduce has made his choice. He chose the form of radio that existed in his glory days with the Partridge Family instead of the format that would let him express himself in a manner that fans have come to expect.

With satellite radio available, it always makes one scratch their head when an edgy talent such as Bonaduce makes a conscious decision to tie their hands in the form of their expression for the dollars being offered by content challenged terrestrial stations.

The wave of the future of radio is with satellite, and those that establish a foothold in the satellite radio medium now are at a bigger advantage in the future. Best wishes Danny.


Fresh off the season two conclusion of the hit non-scripted cable television show, Breaking Bonaduce, Danny Bonaduce will join THE ADAM CAROLLA SHOW as a featured member of the morning drive program (6-10:00AM, PT) beginning on Tuesday, January 2, 2007. Broadcast live out of the show’s flagship station, KLSX-FM in Los Angeles, THE ADAM CAROLLA SHOW is carried on six CBS RADIO stations on the West Coast, and syndicated to a host of additional stations. The four-hour program also features Teresa Strasser in the studio.

"If you asked me why I wanted to join Adam’s show, my first reaction would be to say poverty," said Bonaduce, "followed quickly by the fact that I’m a big fan and have a lot of respect for his work. There’s nothing quite like doing live radio especially with a veteran like Adam. Having done his show in the past I know that there is something unique about what we bring to the table. I’m thrilled to be included and look forward to being back on the air full time."
Bonaduce has spent a lifetime in show business. His radio career began in Philadelphia and brought him to Chicago, Detroit, New York and Los Angeles, where he was among the most listened to personality in the market. Bonaduce starred in the series The Partridge Family for a better part of the 1970s, and his other television credits include Eight is Enough, That 70's Show, Sabrina, The Teenage Witch, The Drew Carey Show, The Other Half talk show as well as several Partridge Family reunion and dedication programs.

12/22/2006 08:34:00 PM

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