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Vito's Favorite Pictures!

A collection of Vito's favorite pictures. all photos credit: Vito

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    "Big" John Studd, Bill Sheehan, (World Champion Pool Player) Steve Mizerak, (Pro Basketball Great) Rick Barry and Bob Mason
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    Bob Mason, (Guardian Angel) Curtis Sliwa, Grego, Bill Sheehan
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    Unknown, Grego, Kevin Baker, Nancy Barrow
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    John McLoughlin, Liz Bishop and me.
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    Bob Mason, Jim Coyne, "Big John Studd", Bill Sheehan.
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    Warren Haynes and me in the PYX106 studio.
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    My wedding photo!
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    The "Coach", living life to it's fullest!
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    Me and Guardian Angels founder Curtis Sliwa!
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    Robbie Krieger and the late Ray Manzarek in the studio with me, 6/10/10.
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    From one of the old Breakfast Clubs! No idea who the ladies are, but the men left to right are me, David Allan, Bill Sheehan, Ed Levine and Bob Mason.
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    Bob Mason and me doing some radio shtick at an old Breakfast Club. — with Bob Mason.
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    A very young Vito! This is my school picture from kindergarten.
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    My wife and I met at a Valentine's Day Dance 44 years ago. This picture isn't from that dance, but from a few months later in that same year of 1970!
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    Doing a spot for the local news people after we collected campaign signs that were left out a couple of days. Again, I was almost arrested for this because they said it was theft. luckily I wasn't.
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    My daughter, Little Steven and me backstage at the TU Center.
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    Me and Dr. John Cooper at one of my remotes.
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    Me at a PYX event.
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    NY Giants running back, Tiki Barber and me.
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    Remote broadcast from Disney World in April of 1986. Lots of stories from this trip, including being banned from their for life!
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    Not sure where this is, but that's Grego on the far left.
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    Interviewing Alex Van Halen & Michael Anthony backstage at SPAC
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    The PYX106 Allstar basketball team! Not sure of the year here, but I was the manager. — with Danny Ferris, Bob Mason, Butch "The Bartender", Bill Sheehan, Vito Masonetti and Louie "The Twit".
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    Taken the second day after election day. As a radio stunt we went around and collected all the election signs still up. Almost got arrested for this because they said it was theft.
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    Behind the mic at the old PYX106 studio.
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    At Mason & Sheehan Celebrity Golf Tournament.
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    Appearing as Ranger Danger at a Mason & Sheehan Celebrity Golf Tournament.
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    Me, Dave Hunter & Dr. John Cooper.
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    The Maddog and me.
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    Me and my late friend Fred "The Coach" Campbell. We were doing a benefit for a family that lost everything in a fire. In the background is my other good friend Steve Haner. We were quite a team in the day!
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    Backstage at SPAC with Michael Anthony and Alex Van Halen after interviewing them before the show.
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    Singing "Roadhouse Blues" at a PYX event with an unknown band at Glen Sanders Mansion.
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    This was my first remote broadcast of my old House Party show. I had then future Football Hall of Famer, Larry Cszonka as a guest. — with Larry Cszonka.
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    Breakfast Club at Ciro's Restaurant in Saratoga with Mary Lou Whitney. The TV newsman is a young Ed O'Brien.
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    The mermaid!
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    Bob Mason and me!
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    Backstage at the Knick with Billy Idol
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    Coach Rabbit
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    Louie "The Twit"
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    With the late Jeff Blatnick
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    One of my old t-shirts.
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    Mission control!
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    Me and my youngest grandson.
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    Family
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    Santa Vito
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    Vito Elvis
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    Tiger?
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    My best pal Moby and me!
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    Me and Curtis Sliwa
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    Taking Curtis Sliwa to court.
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    Vito and Dr. John
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    R.I.P. Coach
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    The Godfather of Rock!
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    The Coach!
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    Bob Mason
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    Ah Yeah!
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    With Van Halen backstage at SPAC. This was during the Gary Cherone phase.