interesting-facts-about-we-are-the-world1985 was a big year for all-star charity singles and "We Are The World" was the first. Actually, no it was the second, but compared to "Do They Know It's Christmas" it had the most Huey Lewis in it, and the least Duran Duran. It also had Michael Jackson, Bruce Springsteen, Ray Charles and about 3,000 other stars all singing their hearts out. How did this happen? Was that really Dan Aykroyd in the back? And would they have raised more money if Bob Dylan had stayed home? Returning guests Frank Santopadre and Susan Kruglinski came to the studio in separate limos to heed a certain call.

Listen to Frank Santopadre every week as the co-host of "Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast" where he and Gilbert interview and discuss the celebrated, the elevated, and the unjustly underrated.

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5700-rawFrank Santopadre of "Gilbert Gottfried's Colossal Podcast" puts on his vagabond shoes and steps behind the microphone to take on Frank Sinatra's (and Liza Minelli's) "New York, New York".  Where did it come from, and how did it become the signature song of New York City? Do any native New Yorkers actually like it? If you can listen to the answers here, you can't listen to them anywhere. Just here.

Listen to the amazing colossal Frank Santopadre every week on "Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast" where Frank and Gilbert interview and discuss the celebrated, the elevated, and the unjustly underrated.

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