Permanently Suspended: The Rise and Fall... and Rise Again of Radio's Most Notorious Shock Jock (Unabridged)
by Anthony Cumia, Johnny Russo - contributor, Brad Trackman - contributor & Jim Norton - Foreword
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The uncensored and long-awaited life story of radio’s most notorious shock jock, Anthony Cumia. Today, Anthony Cumia is the co-host of the wildly popular “Anthony Cumia Show,” which live-streams to a huge following of paid subscribers; however, Anthony is most well-known from the legendary, nationally syndicated “Opie and Anthony Show.” Permanently Suspended is an all-access pass to the controversial mayhem that ensued on-and-off the air. A must-listen for all diehard O&A fans, Permanently Suspended finally answers the questions that everyone has been waiting for: What really happened between Opie and Anthony? What was the reasoning behind the multiple firings? What prompted the tweeting about the Times Square NYC incident? What is the true account of the controversial allegations? What are the never-before-revealed details of Anthony’s stint in rehab? What does the future hold for his livestream podcast? These questions, and many more, will be answered. Permanently Suspended is a humorous, no-holds-barred account of the legendary career and life of Anthony Cumia - a blue collar guy who made his dreams come true, rising above all obstacles to become one of the most well-known and successful personalities in radio history.
“You hurt my weewee!”
I’ve got a signed copy on the way but this is way better than reading.
Nothing new here to see folks
I had hoped for a little more inside information. All of the stories here are pretty common knowledge to any O&A fan.
The radio stuff was the only good part
As an O and A fan, definitely wanted to listen to this, but his life before radio was REALLY boring, if you remember everyone of Ants childhood stories he would tell on radio, much of the book is a real tough slog. The stuff with him, Opie and Jim was good though, not great. Little Jimmy Norden’s book was superior.