There’re a lot more credits on Gary Busey’s resume than just his recent work on reality TV.On Tuesday’s Stern Show, Howard welcomed Gary back into the studio for a wide-ranging interview and a look back at his impressive career.“It was like dominoes,” Gary said of the gigs he and the Rubber Band lined up.

Once he had an actual drum kit to bang on, there was no stopping him and he soon formed his own group called the Rubber Band.

Though he never had any formal training, Gary told Howard he and his band experienced several early successes.

The opening act that night was a still up-and-coming the Doors, but Gary didn’t think they were all that good.

“When I heard the Doors play, I leaned over to my piano player and I said, ‘I think we may be on the wrong trail ride.’” Soon after he left L.

“He was pushed on, and many times I give him an advice, and I didn’t agree to do all the tapes on Howard Stern, with Billy Bush,” she said. They hook him on, they—they try to get from him some—some inappropriate and dirty language.”In April of last year, candidate Trump explained that the Stern conversations were simply good fun.

“I never anticipated running for office or being a politician, so I could have fun with Howard on the radio and everyone would love it. In one September 2004 call, Trump and Stern were bantering about how Ivanka was dating a “blue blood” from Bedminster, New Jersey, and joking about how their kids were more blue-blooded than they were.“I think my daughter looks down on me,” Trump admitted.Donald Trump thinks Ivanka “looks down on me,” concedes he has groped Melania in public, knows his compulsive handwashing “could be a psychological problem” and once suggested deploying sleeping gas on planes to deter terrorists, according to a new archive of all the conversations he had on air with Those comments, along with various eyebrow-raising but predictable vulgarities, can be found in a new, online archive of Trump’s 15 hours of radio banter with the shock jock.In them, he discusses the relative hotness of his wives (and almost every other female celebrity of the moment) and his feelings about his daughter Ivanka, while chortling with Stern’s crew as they joked about who was more “gay” and whether getting vomited on was more gross than eating food that had been on someone’s anus.“And charity gets a lot.”During the 2016 presidential campaign, Stern refused to re-air any of his conversations with the Republican nominee.