With the Jets preparing to take on the Saints, rather than spending his Halloween constructing yet another parody masterpiece, Al decided to keep it real.
If you want to learn how to be a cheapskate (and disappoint countless neighborhood kids), listen to Al.
Al Dukes had the thrill of a lifetime when he got to meet the one and only Jerry Seinfeld at the Gotham Comedy Club for the ‘Laugh For Sight’ charity event, hosted by none other than Craig Carton.
Al was obviously inspired by Thursday’s visit from the freestyle rapper ZEPS.
The day has come. It’s time to lift the maloik off the winless New York Football Giants.
Al Dukes was forced to deal with some car problems on Friday after a rat (pictured) was chewing on a belt when he tried to start his vehicle, killing the rodent and leaving his car undrivable.
This version was rewritten specifically for the Jets’ Week 7 matchup with the Patriots. Sing along and enjoy…
Al Dukes spread some joy around Friday morning in the Allstate Studio with a performance we won’t soon forget.
Al was at it again Friday morning, playing his part to motivate Big Blue and their loyal fan base for this big NFC East clash.
Al harkened back to his childhood when procuring his item to share, an autograph from the great Muhammad Ali, which Al got while flying first class when he was a teenager…
Al Dukes clearly does not want to see the Giants lose to the Chiefs and fall to 0-4. So he decided to do what he does…
Get that surround sound ready…
With the Jets traveling up to Foxboro to take Tom Brady and Patriots, Al Dukes seized the opportunity and used it to perform his reworked parody masterpiece, “Beat Tom Brady,” LIVE in the Allstate Studio this morning.
Desperate times call for desperate measures. That was the case Friday here at WFAN, when Al Dukes needed a gift for an uncle of his, who happens to be a big Giants fan.
Al Dukes was very excited to learn that the Giants would be playing the Cowboys to kickoff the 2013 NFL season, because it meant he could head to his lab and rewrite one of his rewritten parody songs, which he did — again.