Howard Stern vs Bon Jovi

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Jackson Heights, New York City, New York, United States
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New York, New York
United States
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United States
12/01/1954
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Bachelor of Arts / Science, Boston University
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2027

The agreement also gives Sirius the rights to his radio and video archives for an upcoming on-demand streaming application until 2027

2015

In February 2015, Whalerock Industries announced its partnership with Stern to set up a future direct-to-consumer digital "media hub" service, with a potential mix of free and subscription-based programming

2013

Stern and Cowell tied first place in the following year's poll with the same amount earned from June 2013–14

2012

Stern was inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame in 2012

2011

Later in 2011, Stern announced his return to network television as a replacement for Piers Morgan as a judge on America's Got Talent for its seventh season

2010

In December 2010, Stern renewed his contract with SiriusXM to continue his radio show for a further five years

2008

They married at Le Cirque restaurant in New York City on October 3, 2008

2007

He announced their engagement on his radio show on February 14, 2007

2006

As part of his radio show's Staff Revelations Game in January 2006, Stern revealed he underwent rhinoplasty and had liposuction under his chin in the 1990s

2005

In 2005, he formed two channels, Howard 100 and Howard 101, which launched in September, and formed Howard 100 News, a team of news reporters hired to report daily stories surrounding the radio show and those associated with it

2004

Stern blamed the Bush administration for increased FCC fines and scrutiny of radio broadcasts in 2004 following the Super Bowl XXXVIII halftime show controversy that February, and that year began openly promoting John Kerry's presidential campaign and urged listeners to oust Bush

2003

In March 2003, Stern filed a $100 million lawsuit against ABC, Telepictures and the producers of its reality television series Are You Hot?

2002

In late 2002, Stern acquired the rights to the comedy films Rock 'n' Roll High School (1979) and Porky's (1982) with Arclight Films

2001

The marriage ended in 2001 with an amicable divorce and settlement

2000

In 2000, he started to date model and television host Beth Ostrosky

1998

" He moved from the home he shared with Berns in Old Westbury, New York into a 4,000-square-foot apartment in Millennium Tower in the Upper West Side of Manhattan which he bought in 1998 for $4

1996

Filming began in May 1996 with director Betty Thomas, and lasted four months with Stern, Quivers and Norris acting as their younger and current self

1995

His November 30, 1995 appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno caused controversy after he appeared on the show with two bikini-clad women who kissed each other and received spanks from Stern

1994

In June 1994, Stern founded the Howard Stern Production Company for "original film and television production enterprises as well as joint production and development ventures"

1992

Development for The Adventures of Fartman, a feature film based around the character, began in late 1992 with Stern reaching a verbal agreement with New Line Cinema to release it

1991

As part of his rally against the FCC's actions, Stern released a compilation album of censored radio segments titled Crucified by the FCC in early 1991

1990

Between 1990 and 2004, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) fined owners of radio station licensees that carried The Howard Stern Show a total of $2

1989

In October 1989, fans sold out Nassau Coliseum in four hours for Howard Stern's U

1988

Stern went on to host his first pay-per-view event, Howard Stern's Negligeé and Underpants Party, in February 1988

1985

In a press conference held in October 1985, Stern announced the signing of a five-year contract with Infinity Broadcasting worth an estimated $500,000 to host afternoons on its rock music station WXRK from November 18

1984

His popularity with the audience grew despite management's continual restrictions; on May 21, 1984, he made his debut appearance on Late Night with David Letterman and was featured in People magazine, increasing his national exposure

1982

Stern began his afternoon show at WNBC on August 30, 1982 and was closely monitored, instructed to avoid discussions of a sexual or religious nature

1981

Stern was cautious about the offer at first as the general manager "was not really aware of what I did", but accepted the offer and started on March 2, 1981

1980

Stern went ahead regardless and accepted a deal, starting on April 21, 1980

1979

In the summer of the 1979 energy crisis, Stern urged listeners to a two-day boycott of Shell Oil Company, a stunt which attracted media attention

1978

" They married at Temple Ohabei Shalom in Brookline, Massachusetts, on June 4, 1978; both were 24 years old

1977

After several months, Stern became the station's production director which lasted until November 1977 when he became its program director for an increased salary of $250 a week

1976

With encouragement from his mother and girlfriend, Stern contacted WRNW for work and agreed to take cover shifts surrounding the Christmas holidays in 1976

1975

With the license, Stern landed his first professional radio job at WNTN in Newton, Massachusetts from August to December 1975 doing air shifts, news casting, and production work

1974

In 1974, he gained admission to the university's School of Public Communications

1972

In 1972, Stern declined a place at Elmira College to instead pursue a Communications degree at Boston University, but his average high school grades caused him to spend the first two years in its College of Basic Studies

1970

In the early 1970s, Stern's parents began to practice Transcendental Meditation and encouraged him to learn

1969

In June 1969, the family moved to nearby Rockville Centre, and Stern, at age fifteen, transferred to South Side High School where he became "a total introvert"

1960

In the late 1960s, Roosevelt became a predominantly black area; Stern remembered just "a handful of white kids" had remained in his school and repeated instances of bullying from black pupils

1955

In 1955, the family moved to Roosevelt, New York on Long Island where Stern attended Washington-Rose Elementary School followed by Roosevelt Junior-Senior High School

1954

Howard Allan Stern was born on January 12, 1954, the second child of Ben and Ray (née Schiffman) Stern who lived in the Jackson Heights neighborhood of Queens in New York City

2017

On February 10, 2017 a 25-LP box set titled Bon Jovi: The Albums was released

2016

In November 2016, Island Records and Universal Music Enterprises released Bon Jovi's studio albums in remastered versions on vinyl, spanning their thirty two-year career from Bon Jovi (1984) up until What About Now (2013)

2015

It consists of Bon Jovi's thirteen studio albums, the compilation Burning Bridges (2015), the two Jon Bon Jovi solo albums (Blaze of Glory and Destination Anywhere), and an exclusive Extras album featuring "international rarities"

2014

In November 2014, Jon Bon Jovi told a reporter that Richie Sambora had officially left the band, saying "He's quit

2013

On March 14, 2013, Bon Jovi appeared on the results show of American Idol and played one song, "Because We Can", from their new album What About Now

2012

As regards Tico Torres he focused on playing golf, by taking part in several tournaments and being captured by many different cameras while David Bryan made a short performance at Fantiscritti, Carrara in May 26, 2012

2011

At the conclusion of 2011, the tour placed second on Billboard's annual, "Top 25 Tour", earning over £790 million dollars

2010

In October 2010, Bon Jovi released the concert film, "The Circle Tour Live From Jersey" in U

2009

On November 10, 2009, the band released their eleventh studio album, entitled The Circle

2008

In Pollstar's calculus for North America, the Lost Highway Tour had the highest gross for 2008 at $70

2007

4 million in 2007 from the Newark shows, making a combined gross of $227 million in ticket sales

2006

The album influences the band's rock sound with that of country music following the success of a country version of the band's 2006 single "Who Says You Can't Go Home", a duet with Jennifer Nettles

2005

Soon after the release of Have A Nice Day, the band started gearing up for the new 2005–2006 worldwide Have A Nice Day Tour

2004

In November 2004, Bon Jovi was honored with the Award for Merit at the American Music Awards

2003

Bon Jovi's compilation album This Left Feels Right was released in November 2003

2002

In spring 2002, the group entered the studio to begin recording their eighth studio album

2001

Bounce was influenced by the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, released on October 8, 2002

2000

Bon Jovi played two sold-out concerts at London's historic Wembley Stadium in August 19, 20, 2000, becoming the last ever concerts held at the legendary venue before its demolition

1999

After a nearly four-year hiatus, during which several band members worked on independent projects, Bon Jovi regrouped in 1999 to begin work on their next studio album

1998

In 1998, Richie Sambora released his second solo outing titled Undiscovered Soul

1997

While he was free between filming different movies, Jon wrote what would become his second solo album, 1997's Destination Anywhere

1995

In June 1995, Bon Jovi sold out three-nights at London's historical Wembley Stadium

1994

In the UK, Cross Road became the best-selling album of 1994

1993

The concert was released commercially in 1993 as Keep the Faith: An Evening with Bon Jovi

1992

Bon Jovi's fifth studio album Keep the Faith was released in November 1992, representing "the beginning of a new chapter in the history of Bon Jovi" and marking a change in the band's sound and image

1991

Richie Sambora, with the help of Tico Torres and David Bryan, released a solo album entitled Stranger In This Town, in 1991

1990

Released in 1990, the title track, "Blaze of Glory" peaked at number one on the Billboard Hot 100

1989

In September 1989, Jon Bon Jovi and Sambora performed 'Livin' On A Prayer' and 'Wanted Dead Or Alive' with only acoustic guitars on the 1989 MTV Video Music Awards

1988

Determined to prove that the success of Slippery When Wet was not a fluke, Bon Jovi released their fourth effort New Jersey in September 1988

1987

In August 1987, they headlined England's Monsters of Rock festival

1986

By the end of 1986, Bon Jovi were well into six months of headline dates in arenas across America

1985

While on tour, Bon Jovi released a collection of live performances from throughout their career in an album entitled One Wild Night Live 1985–2001

1984

The box set marked the sales of 100 million Bon Jovi albums and also commemorated the 20th anniversary of the release of the band's first record in 1984

1983

In March 1983, Bon Jovi called David Bryan, who in turn called bassist Alec John Such and an experienced drummer named Tico Torres, both formerly of the band Phantom's Opera

1982

He also played on the album Lessons (originally intended for release in 1982; re-released on CD through Long Island Records in 1995) with the band Message, for which Alec John Such was the bassist

1980

He appeared on 26 records and had recently recorded with Franke and the Knockouts, a Jersey band with hit singles during the early 1980s

1975

Jon Bon Jovi began his music career in 1975, at the age of 13, playing piano and guitar with his first band 'Raze'