I make it a point to refrain from reading other blogs until I've written mine, but I made an exception tonight. Orange did an excellent job of explaining it. Check out her blog, Diary of a Crossword Fiend, for the explanation and further commentary.
The puzzle was full of scrabbly letters--lots of Js (5 by my count), Ks (I counted 6), plus 3 Vs and a Z.
58A: 1980s-'90s N.B.A. star Danny (Ainge)
64A: News exec Roger (Ailes)
92D: Think way back? (Trow)
96D: Bob of the P.G.A. (Tway). Is that what Tweetie Bird would use in the school cafeteria?
Things I guessed well
66D: Leader of the Mel-Tones (Torme)
27A: Ignore the alarm (sleep in).
94A: Country with a palm tree on its flag (Haiti)
72A: Symbol in el zodiaco (toro)
Clues/answers I really liked
22A: Something that might be tucked under the chin (viola). We had Ultra last week, and now we have Ultra Vi's instrument.
32A: Poet with a seemingly self-contradictory name (Noyes).
107A: Talked a blue streak? (swore)
78A: Faith in music (Percy)
15D: Strands in the winter? (tinsel)
Nice intersection of 54D: Puma rival (Nike) and 61A: He reached his peak in 1806 (Pike).
Enjoy the rest of your weekend.