Rather than pay attention to his team, barely heading off a meltdown and somehow ending up with a really good draft night, Knicks owner James Dolan played a set in lower Manhattan. He was interrupted about halfway through by two men in suits telling him he’s a bad singer.
New York Knicks owner and crap-ass wannabe blues musician James Dolan tried to set some kind of world record for the most people playing kazoo in one room. He enlisted New York Knicks Amar'e Stoudemire and Carmelo Anthony, who would have probably rather been anywhere else, to help him lead the crowd.
James Dolan went on Good Day New York this morning to talk about his corny-ass blues band and play multiple(!) songs in studio. He was on the show for so long, but the highlight of his appearance was when co-anchor Rosanna Scotto couldn't remember the name of Dolan's band while introducing them for the last song.…
Knicks owner James Dolan sat down for a Q&A with the New York Post's Mike Vaccaro, and the two men talked about everything from the team to Dolan's lifelong love of music. Actually, they talked about music a whole lot, because that seems to be all James Dolan wants to talk about.
Dolan, lead singer of JD and the Straight Shot, is a true singer-songwriter. He writes from the heart. He writes what he knows. Basically, he writes about people yelling at him all the time for doing such a shitty job running the Knicks.