Kevan Kenney

Kevan Kenney & Eric the Good News Guardian

LISTEN: Eric the Good News Guardian Serenades NJ Man On Air

What we do at ALT 92.3 is a public service. Every Friday, in honor of that, Kevan Kenney offers free serenades. You call us between 6 and 10 PM with whatever you’re going through and his cast of characters will come up with a custom serenade to help get you through the night.
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New Music Friday: Lil Peep - "Walk Away As The Door Slams"

Lil Peep passed away two years ago and I often think of how different our playlist at ALT 92.3 would look if he was still around driving music and cutlure today. Today we get the latest posthumous release from the New York native entitled Everybody's Everything. There's 19 tracks in all, but the...
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Flea of Red Hot Chili Peppers In the RADIO.COM Theater

Flea Picks His Favorite Chili Peppers Song of All Time

Flea’s catalog with the Chili Peppers goes back four decades. Sure, the guy on the street is probably going to cite "Under The Bridge" as their favorite track, but what song does Flea think sums up the band?
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Flea with Kevan Kenney in the RADIO.COM Theater

Red Hot Chili Peppers' Flea Reveals His Favorite New Artist

When Flea stopped by to chat his new book, Kevan Kenney was eager to get his thoughts if there were any artists today that he particularly enjoyed.
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EXCLUSIVE: Chris Martin of Coldplay on the Meaning Behind 'Orphans' and Dealing With Super Bowl Critics

There’s a certain urgency to “Orphans,” the first glimpse released from Coldplay ’s upcoming eighth studio album, Everyday Life . In the jubilant crowd that fills the song, bursting bright from the speakers, there’s a determined voice that leads the way. The song was the last addition to Everyday...
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Flea visits the RADIO.COM Theater

EXCLUSIVE: Flea Reveals Differences With Anthony Kiedis That Make Red Hot Chili Peppers Work

The bassist’s new memoir ‘Acid for the Children’ is out now
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The Performance That Made Counting Crows

I was hanging out with Adam Duritz yesterday and our conversation turned to the start of the Crows career. I foolishly asked what broke Mr. Jones. Adam quickly corrected me - Mr. Jones, the band’s longest lasting cultural touchstone, wasn’t even the track that made them rich and famous. That honor...
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There Used to Be Bars on the Subway

My life is a series of self discovery that I was simply born too late. I was in Kindergarten when Kid Rock told me to get in the pit and love someone. I don’t know how familiar you are with pits, but there aren’t many in kindergarten. I was eight years old when Limp Bizkit told me to break stuff...
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Gerard Way Has A Very Famous Cousin

So you think you’re the biggest My Chemical Romance fan? Get in line with all the other “Play MCR!” texters at 55701. As much as you love the Emo icons, I bet you didn’t know this: Gerard Way has a very famous cousin. A famous cousin that you most absolutely know. Remember Fear Factor? Ever watch...
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Billie on Billie: The Meeting of Alt Generations

It’s Billie on Billie in the latest Rolling Stone magazine and amazingly not one goat was involved. Mr. Armstrong and Ms. Eilish linked up for the Musicians on Musicians feature. The cross generational alt stars spotted matching outfits while posing around a car. If at first this seems like a cheap...
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