Harvey Kubernik

I met author, Harvey Kubernik earlier this week at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Archives Building. He gave a presentation about his recent book, “1967, A Complete Rock Music History Of The Summer Of Love”. There was time for Q and A with a book signing at the close of the evening.…

Toni Tennille

I just finished my interview with Toni Tennille! She was calling from her home in Florida. We discussed her recent book, “Toni Tennille, A Memoir”. She and her former husband, Daryl Dragon, better known as the Captain & Tennille had many hit songs and millions of fans. Once the stage lights went dark and the…

Ron Dante

I enjoyed my conversation/interview this evening with Ron Dante! He is the voice of “Sugar, Sugar” (1969) for the ficticious cartoon, The Archies. He was also the singer for the hit, “Tracy” (1969) with the band, The Cuff Links. Ron has produced 9 of Barry Manilow’s albums, still tours and is currently working with new…

Henry Diltz

I had another informative and fun interview this afternoon with music photographer, Henry Diltz. Henry’s work has spanned nearly 50 years with emphasis on the days of the famous rock neighborhood, Laurel Canyon in LA during the mid/late 60s. He has an upcoming project called “Behind the Lens” in which he will be co-presenting with…

Bruce Kulick

My interview with Bruce Kulick this afternoon was rockin’! He has a new album and single “Got To Get Back” which also has 6 other tracks which were originally recorded in 1974! Bruce was the lead guitarist for KISS from 1984 – 1996. He also played guitar with Michael Bolton, Meatloaf and most recently Grand…

Kelle Rhoads

My interview with Kelle Rhoads was very interesting as well as enjoyable. If the name sounds familiar, Kelle is the brother to the late guitarist, Randy Rhoads who played in Quiet Riot and later with Ozzy Osbourne. Kelle is a very accomplished classical pianist. He has several CDs released with another one due for release…

Julian Lennon

I interviewed Julian Lennon today via telephone. He is currently in France working on a photography project. His new album, “Everything Changes” has recently been released and is available on Amazon and iTunes. There are many beautiful songs that speak from the heart that all of us can relate to in one way or another. www.julianlennon.com…

David Cassidy

I recently interviewed David Cassidy. He will be at Hoover Auditorium in Lakeside, OH on Saturday, July 27. It was a great interview…he is much more than a former teen idol. He is a strong advocate for the Alzheimer’s Association. His mother passed away from the disease in December (2012) so we talked a lot…

Baron Wolman

I recently interviewed Baron Wolman, first chief photographer at Rolling Stone Magazine. We discussed his recent book which are photographs from his time at RS. He currently has a photo exhibit of his work on display at Owens Community College in Toledo, Ohio. He will be giving a free lecture on Thursday, March 21 at 7:00…

Pauline Butcher

I enjoyed reading “Freak Out! My Life With Frank Zappa” by Pauline Butcher. Pauline worked for and lived with Frank Zappa and his family for three years during the late 60s. It was a life that was filled with rock and roll fun, challenges, emotional trials and experiences to last a life time. I recommend Pauline’s book…

Tom Constanten

I have recently interviewed Tom Constanten, better known as TC. He was the keyboardist for The Grateful Dead from 1968 – 1970. TC is trained in classical music and has served as Artist-in-Residence at Harvard. He was a computer programmer in the Air Force during the mid-60s. TC’s life is its own psychedelic trip of…