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His forthright candor is as legendary as his love for the genre whose actors he's best known for representing, and now soap power broker Michael Bruno is dropping by the Buzz to help analyze the just-released nominations for the 2009... more

She won a well-deserved Emmy playing Rae Woodard on the classic ABC serial "Ryan's Hope," and is now an acclaimed novelist, with a brand new book, entitled "Serendipity," now in stores and a full career behind her both in front of the... more

His new book "Absolutely Should-Less" is burning up the bestseller charts across the country, and his "Soap Shrink" columns at Marlena De Lacroix's fabulous website are an industry-wide must-read, and now Damon Jacobs is coming by... more

He stole our attention first as dashing Sen. Trey Clegg on "Capitol," and later as an infinitely more urbane and sophisticated recast of Max Holden on "One Life to Live." He stepped away from Hollywood several years ago to follow his other... more

They co-founded and maintain the internet's most comprehensive website dedicated to the CW's smash young adult drama "One Tree Hill," and now Cortni and Nelly are dropping by Brandon's Buzz to discuss their site and what's... more

A sensational band called Tami Show scored an unforgettable smash in the early '90s called "The Truth" before going their separate ways, but the group's magnificent vocalist Claire Massey continues to make music today, and she's... more

He was best known as Lt. Marcus Taggert, the constant justice-seeking thorn in mobster Sonny Corinthos' side on "General Hospital," and now Réal Andrews is dropping by Brandon's Buzz to discuss his time on the show, his decision to... more

She started out in heady days of the Austin explosion of the late '90s, which also gave birth to Fastball, Patty Griffin, Abra Moore, Shawn Colvin, Sister 7, and so many others, and eleven years after her stunning debut "River Under the Road,"... more

She first came to our collective attention as spunky dancer Nicole on the classic '80s television series "Fame," and we've loved her in all her various incarnations --- TV host, pop singer, butt-kicking action star, and respected actress ---... more

Her fascinating and instantly recognizable voice --- equal parts Tammy Wynette and Janis Joplin --- brought Lacy J. Dalton a stunning string of twenty top 40 country hits in the ‘80s, including “Takin’ It Easy,” “16th Avenue,” and “Black... more

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