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Jordan Feldstein, Maroon 5’s Manager, Dead at 40

Jordan Feldstein, the brother of actors Jonah Hill and Beanie Feldstein, has died at the age of 40, PEOPLE can confirm.

A music talent manager who worked with Maroon 5 from their inception over 15 years ago, Jordan passed away on Friday after suffering a heart attack. He is survived by his two children. Read Full Story

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PHOTOS: A Dose of Karma Rx

PHOTOS: Pocahotness

Steve Miller Joins Billy Joel Onstage at Madison Square Garden

Baby Huey

Baby Huey is a jack off of all trades… he’s Lamont & Tonelli’s producer, your DJ for the Saturday show (8pm to midnight) and host of The Other Guys Podcast. Baby Huey’s been with The Bone since August 2005, but has been a Bonehead from Day One. He’s a Bay Area native (born in Berkeley and grew up in Alameda) and graduated from the University of California, Berkeley. When not at the radio station, Baby Huey can be spotted at most rock shows – whether it’s supporting the local scene or catching the big name tours.

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Twitter: @BabyHuey83
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Chasta is originally from Sulphur, Oklahoma; a tiny town in the heart of “red dirt country.” She graduated from the University of Central Oklahoma with a Bachelor’s Degree in Interpersonal Communications. In college, she caught the bug for broadcasting while interning at The Katt in Oklahoma City. Her first on air shot there came as an overnight jock. After graduation, she made the jump to Morning Drive Co-Host on sister station K-Bull. Just a few months later she moved to Los Angeles to pursue her radio dreams. After a year long stint as a personal assistant to an A-List actor, Chasta returned to her calling as a broadcaster for MetroNetworks in L.A. While there she was featured as a news and traffic reporter on such stations as K-EARTH 101, The Wave, KSPN, KLSX Free FM, KFWB, and KABC.

After spending 5 years in Los Angeles she decided to make a move to the beautiful San Francisco Bay Area where she joined the “Lamont and Tonelli Show” as the female perspective and traffic reporter. When she’s not on the mic, Chasta spends her time traveling, working out, going to local rock shows, and hanging with her husband, son and three dogs.

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Twitter: @chasta
Instagram: @chastalynn

Lamont & Tonelli

Lamont is a Bay Area broadcast veteran that has often been described as a “perfect ten.” Unfortunately that rating refers to his PH scale. He’s been happily married for 21 years… although his wife says it seems more like 21 minutes – underwater. He loves cheeseburgers, pizza, and donuts – thus, the nickname “fat ass.” His all-time favorite band is AC/DC.

Paul Tonelli was born in San Francisco, raised in Daly City (“A-la ka-zit”… you Daly Citians know what he means) and is a proud graduate of SF State (Go Gators!!). He’s been very lucky to have spent nearly all of his radio years in his own backyard – San Francisco. And equally lucky to have spent nearly all of that time with his talented on-air partner Lamont. He grew up as an avid Giants, 49ers and Warriors fan. If you happen to miss him 5am-10am weekday mornings with Lamont, you can catch him on the P.A. at Levi’s Stadium during 49ers games – “That’s another 49eeeeer… first down!”

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RECAP: Evanescence at the Masonic in San Francisco

The first time I heard a metal band perform with a symphonic orchestra was back in 1999 when Metallica did it with the San Francisco Symphony. It was fresh and innovative back then, but tonight when Evanescence did something similar at the Masonic in San Francisco it was simply divine.

Singer Amy Lee began the performance with “Never Go Back” sitting behind a grand piano and singing acapella with the gorgeous soprano voice that she is known for. Then followed the drums, the strings, and it crescendoed with a full orchestra backing her up, including a beautiful harp that radiated from the side of the stage. Apparently, Amy told the audience, the band performs with a different group of local musicians every night of the tour and last night’s team was nothing short of spectacular. Read the full story and check out the exclusive photos here!

Photos by Louis Raphael (All Rights Reserved – Do not reproduce or alter in any way without written consent)

Tom Delonge UFO Video Goes Viral

Tom DeLonge’s UFO research just got a little more legit. A former Pentagon official has come out to confirm the existence of a UFO-related investigative program called the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP). The official, Luis Elizondo, now works with the former Blink-182 guitarist, releasing a declassified video of a potential unidentified flying object via YouTube.