Joakim Noah still has two years left on his contract and a boatload of money. Many say the Knicks should eat the contract and cut him, but I disagree. Check out my latest WFAN column on why the Knicks should keep Noah and play him next season.
Unfortunately, Entercom has come to the decision to end the Radio.com podcast network. They have their own network, Cadence13, and will not run with any podcasts from the CBS Radio podcast network. It’s been a hell of a run. I’ve been hosting podcasts with CBS since December 2014. I started The Jake Brown Show in October 2016 and a year and a half later it has come to an end. I wanted to say farewell and salute those who made the show happen, the incredible guests, memories, and the people who listened. I’ll be starting up a new show soon and I’m excited what the road ahead holds for me after a ton of success over the past three and a half years. From 4th & Goal with JB & BT and Brown And Troupe with former NFL tight end Ben Troupe…to Brown And Scoop, which had 10 viral interviews, and The Jake Brown Show…it’s been quite the ride.
My guy Constantine Maroulis joined me to co-host the finale of The Jake Brown Show. Maroulis has co-hosted the show with me before. Our chemistry is incredible together and to end my show, I’m happy to announce that wherever the new show is headed, it will be a new one.
I’m joining forces with the former American Idol and Rock of Ages star for a sports and entertainment show that will change the game. Stay tuned for more details. Constantine and I both have the passion for sports and our teams, and have fiery rants and debates over a plethora of topics. We both also love musicals…one of us was nominated for a Tony Award for his performance. There may also be a third wheel as we add a female in the fold. Buckle up.
LISTEN and WATCH The Jake Brown Show finale and announcement of the new show below:
American Idol legend William Hung joined me on The Jake Brown Show. How could you not remember Hung’s performance of “She Bangs” during the American Idol auditions in 2004 in season 3 of the show…that is still going on 14 years later. Hung was on the show at the height of its popularity, when 30 million were tuned in every week. Hung capitalized off the viral performance by making an album titled “Inspiration” that sold over 200,000 copies…one of those to 13-year-old Jake Brown. You better believe I was using Bar Mitzvah money to buy that classic album.
We spoke about his journey, the Idol audition, what he would have done if he didn’t do She Bangs, speaking around the world now and inspiring others, his parents reaction, the fame, commercials and endorsements he did, what he’s doing now, and he even sings a snippet of “Achy Breaky Heart” for me. This was a wonderful trip down memory lane for me.
It’s always an adventure when Nails is in studio. 1986 Mets world Series champion, three-time Phillies All Star, and one of the most wild interviews guaranteed every time Lenny Dykstra joined me for a third and final time in studio on The Jake Brown Show.
The conversation went everywhere: Charlie Sheen and their fallout, his alleged videos out there, Sheen being bisexual, Mets, Phillies, women, how he tries to still bang, his financial situation, a reality show he’s working on, and a whole lot more shenanigans.
On this episode of The Jake Brown Show: I talk about #16 UMBC taking down #1 Virginia and making history, why this has been the best couple of years in sports, the Jets trading up with the Colts to get the 3rd pick in the NFL Draft, my sports update, and more. Mamma Brown joins me in the second half of the show for a hilarious interview.