UPDATE: Tracy Morgan

Tracy Morgan underwent surgery Sunday to fix a broken leg he suffered in that fatal traffic accident over the weekend.

In a statement, his rep said, "While Tracy remains in critical condition, he has been more responsive today, which is an incredibly encouraging sign." 

The comedian sustained a number of injuries -- including a broken leg, a broken femur, a broken nose and several broken ribs. He's expected to stay in the hospital for several weeks. He's currently in the intensive care unit at Robert Wood Johnson Hospital in New Brunswick, New Jersey.

Tracy's friend, comedian and friend James "Jimmy Mack" McNair, died in the accident. His two other passengers were injured.

SOURCE: People


James "Jimmy Mack" McNair, the comedian who was killed in the weekend crash in New Jersey that left Tracy Morgan and two others in critical condition, will be laid to rest on Thursday. 

The 63-year-old comic, who was a close friend and mentor to Morgan, died when their limo bus was was struck by a tractor trailer on the New Jersey Turnpike. He was pronounced dead at the scene. His funeral will be held in his hometown of Peekskill, New York. Morgan, meanwhile, remains in the hospital with several injuries, including broken ribs, a broken nose, a broken leg and a broken femur. (The Journal News)


Uncle Vito

I've always had a love for music. My earliest memory of it is sitting on the kitchen floor with a little portable record player and signing along to some kiddies tune that was pressed into a red vinyl record.I think I got my love of music from my mother who always had the radio on when she worked in the kitchen. She was also the one who would buy the latest hit record. When Elvis came alone we had them all, "Hound Dog," "Heartbreak Hotel," and all the rest!I can remember the night my Mom called me into the living room to see these four guys on the news that were making a big impact on the music in Great Britain. And then the night we gathered around the TV to watch these Beatles on the "Ed Sullivan Show."During my teens I got a guitar and was in various garage bands, but never got out of the garage.I got married and had two girls who share my love of music. Now a days it's my oldest daughter who is turning me on to new music from people like Blue October to Pete Yorn.During the mid-80s I listen to Mason & Nash, the Mason & Sheehan on PYX 106. I started calling Mason's "nutline" doing various characters from "Uncle Vito" to "Jefferson Kool." One day the phone rang and it was the Program Director of the station asking me if I wanted my own Saturday night show on PYX 106 and "Uncle Vito's House Party" was born!I've been with the station for over twenty-five years and still can't believe a regular guy like myself, just a listener who loved the music, is a part of this great station.Today I live at home with my wife of more than 40 years, my mother who we taker care of because she has Alzheimer's, my parrot Jack and dog Moby. I have three wonderful grandsons and enjoy watching them growing up.CRANK IT UP!



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