None other than Knicks Owner James Dolan was in studio with WFAN co-hosts Boomer Esiason and Craig Carton on Wednesday morning. It was Dolan’s first time in studio with the dynamic duo, and the trio touched on a myriad of topics. Dolan talked about Phil Jackson and what he expects him to do, the Rangers and, of course, his music.
He’s opening for the Eagles on Thursday night at Madison Square Garden, and he’s set a lofty goal: setting a world record.
The 59-year-old will attempt to get everybody in the audience at MSG to play the kazoo. The current world record, Dolan told Boomer & Carton, is 5,192 simultaneous kazoo players.
The Garden’s capacity is 18,200.
Everybody in attendance will get a kazoo when they walk through the door on Thursday night.
“I will teach everyone, very quickly, how to play,” Dolan told the morning duo. “And we’re all going to play the solo together.”
A $100,000 donation will be made to ALS research, and Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist and Knicks forwards Carmelo Anthony and Amar’e Stoudemire will be on stage with Dolan.
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