Henry Rollins is a Renaissance man. Frontman of the hardcore punk band Black Flag, political commentator and columnist, actor, TV host, and more. Now the angry young man is turning 50, and he joins us to talk about age, anger, music, and snakes.
Green Bay may have won the big game last night, but the battle over musical performances at the Super Bowl has just started. St. Petersburg Times' media critic Eric Deggans will review the best and worst music moments of the game. And we'll take your comments and calls about Christina Aguilera’s national anthem, the Black Eyed Peas’ halftime show and more.
At last night's Superbowl, Christina Aguilera flubbed the words to The National Anthem. But The Wall Street Journal's Christopher J. Farley says that taking "liberties" is in the tradition. He joins us to share stories of "The Star Spangled Banner."
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