Howard Stern honors celebrity guests who have passed away during week-long tribute on Howard 101 channel

Howard Stern is hosting a week-long tribute, Gone But Not Forgotten, celebrating some of his most famous guests who have passed away over the years. Throughout the week, Stern will weave his memories throughout replays of his best conversations with the late guests. The special programming will take over Howard 101 (Ch. 101), and can also be streamed On Demand via the SiriusXM app now.

Known as one of world’s best interviewers, throughout his career Howard Stern has sparked fascinating conversations with legendary figures spanning the fields of music, comedy, sports, and beyond. In Gone But Not Forgotten, listeners will hear interviews with 30 different celebrity guests from Stern’s rich and varied archives, including special tributes to several members of Stern’s home-grown fringe guests known as the “Wack Pack.” The interviews include:

  • First appearances from comedians Sam Kinison (1986), Flip Wilson (2004), Don Rickles (2007), and Charlie Murphy (2009).
  • Musical moments from James Brown (1998), Stone Temple Pilots’ Scott Weiland (1996), and Soundgarden’s Chris Cornell (2007), which includes a haunting acoustic performance of “Black Hole Sun.”
  • The final appearance from legendary comedian, and one of Stern’s all-time favorite guests, Joan Rivers, who passed away in 2014 (2014).
  • “Wack Pack” legends beloved by Stern fans including Eric the Actor (1996), Hank the Angry Drunken Dwarf (1996), Crackhead Bob (1995), Evil Dave (1999), and Riley Martin (1996).

The Gone But Not Forgotten special follows Stern’s tribute to Eddie Van Halen last week, which originally aired on October 7 following the news of the legendary guitarist’s passing. Here the full special On Demand via the SiriusXM app now.

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