New Jack City: Max Floyd’s Celebrity Roast: The TV Show—Now on Time Warner Cable!

For those who missed it but wanted to be part of it—NOW YOU CAN!

Time Warner Cable’s cameras were on hand at the recent MAX FLOYD CELEBRITY ROAST & SHOOTING STAR CONCERT documenting Kansas City’s long (radio) love affair with KY-102’s first program director, mentor and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Max Floyd.

The event was a long one making it difficult for everything and everyone to be included in the TV show.

But what TWC ended up with is a fast moving, tightly edited 45 minute highlights reel that should give Max’s fans and friends a healthy taste–and BITE–of what went down.

Roastmaster Skid Roadie set the evening’s tone , along with great clips from Scott Sheridan’s documentary ROCK AND ROLL GENERAL: THE MAX FLOYD STORY.

Snippets of roasters seen in the TV program include those from local radio alumni like
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6 Responses to New Jack City: Max Floyd’s Celebrity Roast: The TV Show—Now on Time Warner Cable!

  1. Anonymous says:

    thanks for the info. Couldn’t make it that night to the Uptown. Can’t wait to watch it.

  2. Anonymous says:

    We just finished watching it. Looks like everyone had a great time. Only wish we could’ve been there. Thanks Jack for letting us know about it.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I’ve got Comcast. Will they air it too?

  4. Anonymous says:

    the watcher
    for radioman

    What is it? Over at GWCR you said:

    Posted by rman on 2/1/2010, 6:44 pm, in reply to “Re: Hey board admin”

    Just a bunch of bitter, on the beach, guys pissed off at those who let them go, I’d say.

    It’s kinda nice to see them chew on each other insteada me. I feel kinda like Mister Congeniality here today. The only radio I heard was on my hard drive at work, some cuts from American Graffiti, and duh Wolfman! The only jock who can entertain, talkin over half of a song.

    We’re back to where I came in, years ago, everyone in radio loving to hate Hearne Christopher because he doesn’t stroke their egos.

    Saturday Nights party sounded like either a circle jerk or a drunken night at the VFW as old soldiers retold tales of back in the day. That can be fun, especially when the drinks are cheap. People woulda been right at home, no shortage of cheap shots in HERE, too, as I read today’s posts from the out of work old guard.

    Do out of work radio guys leave their egos at the door, or wear them on their sleeves?

  5. Anonymous says:

    Hey Watcher,
    Interesting comments to radioman. But I enjoyed the evening a lot too….. and I’m not unemployed—but self employed.
    About having fun because the drinks were cheap. They weren’t!!!! I paid $10 plus tip for a large cup of Boulevard Wheat at the Uptown’s ‘Conspiracy’ club where the roast took place and STILL HAD FUN 🙂

  6. Anonymous says:

    wake up

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