Howard Stern Birthday Bash: What you missed, with photos, interviews and more

Mark Cuban called it “probably the most amazing party ever.” The event took over Twitter, with seven trending topics. Dave Grohl, Slash, Train and Steven Tyler all performed – the same song, together.

If you didn’t listen to Howard Stern’s Birthday Bash, you missed out.

Since everyone will be talking about the party for the rest of the day week year, though, here’s a recap of four of the most legendary hours of entertainment in radio history.


Looking for an idea of the musicians, celebrities, Stern staff members and wack packers who were in attendance? Here’s a small sample, from red carpet to the final musical number, Walk This Way, which featured Steven Tyler on vocals, Slash on guitar, Dave Grohl on drums, and Train backing up.


#Howard. #howardbdaybash. Purple Rain. Bryan Cranston. David Letterman. Dream On. Hell, even Tan Mom.

If you were on Twitter Friday night, your timeline was probably taken over by at least one, if not all seven, of the above topics.

And with good reason, too. Everybody was talking about Howard Stern’s Birthday Bash, including the many celebrities at the Hammerstein Ballroom.



Relive the event with SiriusXM’s live chat from New York City, or get a recap from one of the five websites below:


Immediately after the show, Howard 100 News caught up with many of the key players in making the Howard Stern Birthday Bash happen, including JD Harmeyer, Beth Stern, Gary Dell’Abate, Robin Quivers, Jason Kaplan, Jon Hein and Howard himself:

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