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Gary James Presents

Gary James Interviews

Gary James has interviewed over 2000 entertainment personalities since 1978.
During that time he has interviewed everyone from
Donny Osmond to Ozzy Osbourne, from Henry Mancini to Kiss.
He has also interviewed actors, authors, dancers, politicians and entrepreneurs.
Here you will find his fascinating talks with some of rock and roll's greatest stars.
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One Hit Wonders Folk Singers Rock Photographers New York State Fair Managers and Executives
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Our Featured Interview


Her duet with Don Henley, "Sometimes Love Ain't Enough" peaked at #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 this week in 1992. To learn more about her and her career, be sure to read Gary James' interview with Patty Smyth.





Newest Interviews
David Werner
(wrote Billy Idol's "Cradle Of Love")
Bon Jersey
(Bon Jovi Tribute Band)
Paul Robinson
(of Dan Hicks And His Hot Licks)
Paul Carrack
("How Long?")
Billy Vera
("At This Moment")
Manfred Mann
("Do Wah Diddy Diddy")
Noel Monk
Van Halen's Manager
Andy Pratt
("Avenging Annie")
King Harvest
("Dancing In The Moonlight")
The O'Kaysions
("Girl Watcher")






The Beatles
Louise Harrison
(George Harrison's sister)
Ruth McCartney
(Paul McCartney's
step-sister)
Cynthia Lennon
(John Lennon's wife)
Pete Best
(their drummer before Ringo)
Pauline Sutcliffe
(Stu Sutcliffe's sister)
May Pang
(John Lennon's girlfriend)
Alf Bicknell
(The Beatles' Chauffeur)
Wings
(drummer Denny Seiwell)
Wings
(Laurence Juber)
Wings
(guitarist Denny Laine)
Jim Kirkpatrick
(George Harrison's
first US visit)
The Remains
(toured with The Beatles)
Jerry Pam
(The Beatles' Publicist)
The Barron Knights
(toured with The Beatles)
Howie and Sheila Casey
(Toured with The Beatles)
Tony Palmer
(Film Maker and
John Lennon's Friend)
Victor Spinetti
(Beatles Co-star in
A Hard Day's Night and Help!)
Geoffrey Ellis
(Chief Exectutive of
Brian Epstein's NEMS Enterprises)
Helen Shapiro
(Toured With The Beatles
in 1963)
Jackie Lomax
(Was Managed By
Brian Epstein)
Johnny Chester
(Toured Australia
with The Beatles)
Kingsize Taylor
(a Beatles contemporary )
Sam Leach
(early Beatles promoter)
Gary Van Scyoc
(Plastic Ono Elephant's Memory Band)
Klaus Voormann
(Beatles' friend and bassist)
Leslie Cavendish
(The Beatles' hairstylist)
James Harithas
(director of Yoko Ono's
"This Is Not Here" exhibtion)
Andrew Fyall
(reporter who knew
The Beatles)
Debbie Waugh
(met The Beatles
in Central Park)
Bill Harry
(founder of
Mersey Beat Magazine)
Joe Flannery
(The Beatles' booking manager)
Julia Baird
(John Lennon's sister)
Ivor Davis
(wrote The Beatles And Me On Tour)
Jessica Lawson
(Co-Producer of
The Beatles film Good Ol' Freda)
Larry Kane
(reporter who traveled with
The Beatles)
Tony Bramwell
(The Authority On All Things Beatles)
Louise Harrison
(second interview with George's sister)
Russ Lease
(Beatles' Memorabilia Collector)
Peter Miniaci
 (of The Magical History Tour)
Prue Bury
(Appeared In A Hard Day's Night)
 
 
 
 
The Quarrymen
John Lennon's early band
 
 
 
 




1950s Artists
Bill Haley's Comets
("Rock Around The Clock")
The Crickets
("That'll Be The Day")
The Picks
(Buddy Holly's backing vocalists)
Sonny Curtis
(of The Crickets)
The Four Lads
("No, Not Much")
Sha Na Na
(1950s Tribute Group)
Patti Page
("Old Cape Cod")
The Skyliners
("Since I Don't Have You")
The Flamingos
("I Only Have Eyes For You")
The Chantels
("Maybe")
Paul Evans
("Happy Go Lucky Me")
Buddy Knox
("Party Doll")
The Aquatones
("You")
The Eternals
("Babalu's Wedding Day")
Danny and The Juniors
("At The Hop")
Carl Perkins
("Blue Suede Shoes")
Bobby Helms
("Jingle Bell Rock")
The Cadillacs
("Speedo")
Pat Boone
("Love Letters In The Sand")
Tommy Sands
("Teen-Age Crush")
Jimmy Cavallo
(Rock 'n' Roll pioneer)
The Four Preps
("26 Miles - Santa Catalina")
Clarence "Frogman" Henry
("Ain't Got No Home")
The Diamonds
("Little Darlin'")
The Coasters
("Yakety Yak")
Tab Hunter
("Young Love")
The Belmonts
("Tell Me Why")
The Mystics
("Hushabye")
Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra
("So Rare")
The Jordanaires
(Elvis' background singers)
Frankie Laine
("Moonlight Gambler")
The Lennon Sisters
("Tonight You Belong To Me")
 
 
The Treniers
("Go! Go! Go!")
The Fleetwoods
("Come Softly To Me")




1960s Artists
The Monkees
(Davy Jones)
The Monkees
(Michael Nesmith)
The Doors
Ray Manzarek
The Doors
Robby Krieger
The Doors
John Densmore
The Byrds
("Turn! Turn! Turn!")
Paul Revere & The Raiders
(Paul Revere)
Paul Revere & The Raiders
(Mark Lindsay)
Paul Revere & The Raiders
(Phil "Fang" Volk)
Paul Revere & The Raiders
(Keith Allison)
The Cowsills
("The Rain, The Park
And Other Things")
Jan and Dean
("Surf City")
The Tokens
("The Lion Sleeps Tonight")
The Rip Chords
("Hey Little Cobra")
Nino Tempo
& April Stevens

("Deep Purple")
The Royal Guardsmen
("Snoopy Vs The Red Baron")
The Outsiders
("Time Won't Let Me")
The Kingsmen
("Louie Louie")
The Sir Douglas Quintet
("She's About A Mover")
Dino, Desi and Billy
("I'm A Fool")
The Fifth Dimension
(Marilyn McCoo)
The Fifth Dimension
(Florence La Rue)
The Cascades
("Rhythm Of The Rain")
The Fireballs
("Sugar Shack")
The Dovells
("Bristol Stomp")
Gene Chandler
("The Duke Of Earl")
Ace Cannon
("Tuff")
The Earls
("Remember Then")
The Angels
("My Boyfriend's Back")
Joey Dee
("The Peppermint Twist")
Dee Dee Sperling
of Dick And Dee Dee

("Thou Shalt Not Steal")
Dick St. John
of Dick And Dee Dee

("The Mountain's High")
Johnny Thunder
("Loop de Loop")
Cannibal
And The Headhunters

("Land Of 1,000 Dances")
John Kuse
And the Excellents

("Coney Island Baby")
Creedence
Clearwater Revival

("Down On The Corner")
Iron Butterfly
("In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida")
Big Brother
& The Holding Company

("Piece Of My Heart")
Gary Lewis
& The Playboys

("This Diamond Ring")
The Turtles
("Happy Together")
Jefferson Airplane
(Jack Casady)
Jefferson Airplane
(Jorma Kaukonen)
Jefferson Airplane
(Marty Balin)
The Rascals
(organist Felix Cavaliere)
The Rascals
(drummer Dino Danelli)
The Troggs
("Wild Thing")
The Shadows of Knight
("Gloria")
Strawberry Alarm Clock
("Incense and Peppermints")
The Lovin' Spoonful
(guitarist John Sebastian)
The Lovin' Spoonful
(bassist Steve Boone)
Blood, Sweat & Tears
(founder Al Kooper)
Blood, Sweat & Tears
(vocalist David Clayton Thomas)
Blood, Sweat & Tears
(guitarist Steve Katz)
The Ventures
("Walk, Don't Run")
Paul and Paula
("Hey Paula")
The Happenings
("See You In September")
The Archies
("Sugar Sugar")
Sam The Sham And The Pharaohs
("Wooly Bully")
The Beau Brummels
("Laugh, Laugh")
The Crystals
("He's A Rebel")
Sons Of Champlin
("Loosen Up Naturally")
The Swingin' Medallions
("Double Shot Of My Baby's Love")
Sopwith Camel
("Hello, Hello")
We Five
("You Were On My Mind")
The Vogues
("Five O'clock World")
Canned Heat
("Going Up The Country")
Shades Of Blue
("Oh How Happy")
Tommy James
("Hanky Panky")
The Association
("Never My Love")
Free Design
("Kites Are Fun")
Five Americans
("Western Union")
The Soul Survivors
("Expressway To Your Heart")
The New Colony Six
("Things I'd Like To Say")
The Grass Roots
("Midnight Confessions")
The Music Explosion
("Little Bit O' Soul")
Papa Doo Run Run
("Be True To Your School")
Crow
("Evil Woman")
The Bo Street Runners
("I'm A Bo Street Runner")
The Supremes
("Stop! In The Name Of Love")
The Trashmen
("Surfin' Bird")
Country Joe McDonald
("I Feel Like I'm
Fixin' To Die Rag")
The Merseybeats
("I Think Of You")
The Buckinghams
(Carl Giammarese)
The Buckinghams
(Dennis Tufano)
Freddy Cannon
("Palisades Park")
The Monterays
(Tommy Forest)
The Monterays
(Dave Moziak and Dave Usiatynski)
The Monterays
(John Wisniewski)
Deep Purple
(Ian Gillan)
Deep Purple
(Glenn Hughes)
Jay And The Americans
("Cara Mia")
Status Quo
("Pictures Of Matchstick Men")
The Honeycombs
("Have I The Right")
Blue Cheer
("Summertime Blues")
The Standells
("Dirty Water")
The Righteous Brothers
(Bill Medley)
The Righteous Brothers
(Bobby Hatfield)
The Temptations
("My Girl")
The Tijuana Brass
(bassist Pat Senatore)
The Tijuana Brass
(guitarist John Pisano)
The Duprees
(Tom Bialoglow)
The Duprees
(Tony Testa)
Dickey Lee
("Patches")
The Box Tops
("The Letter")
The Gants
("Roadrunner")
The Four Seasons
(drummer Gerry Polci)
The Four Seasons
(bassist Don Ciccone)
John Mayall
(Godfather of British Blues)
The Strangeloves
("I Want Candy")
The Newbeats
("Bread And Butter")
The Seekers
("Georgy Girl")
Sam And Dave
("Soul Man")
The 1910 Fruitgum Company
("Simon Says")
Steam
("Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye")
Little Anthony And The Imperials
("Tears On My Pillow")
Orpheus
("Can't Find The Time")
Wanda Jackson
("Let's Have A Party")
Brooklyn Bridge
("Worst That Could Happen")
Ernie And The Emperors
("Meet Me At The Corner")
The Nightcrawlers
("The Little Black Egg")
The Classics IV
("Spooky")
The Beach Boys
("Good Vibrations")
The Bobby Fuller Four
(drummer Dalton Powell)
The Bobby Fuller Four
(bassist Randy Fuller)
The Bobby Fuller Four
drummer DeWayne Quirico
The Statler Brothers
("Flowers On The Wall")
Brian Auger
("This Wheel's On Fire")
The Rhondels
("What Kind Of Fool Do You Think I Am")
The Walker Brothers
("The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine Anymore")
Quicksilver
Messenger Service

("Pride Of Man")
Tommy Roe
("Sheila")
Love
("My Little Red Book"}
 
 
The Surfaris
("Wipeout")
Manfred Mann
("Do Wah Diddy Diddy")




1970s Artists
Crosby, Stills,
Nash and Young

(drummer, Dallas Taylor)
Crosby, Stills and Nash
Graham Nash
Orleans
(Lance Hoppen)
Orleans
(Larry Hoppen)
Orleans
(John Hall)
Kansas
("Dust In The Wind")
Average White Band
("Pick Up The Pieces")
Firefall
("You Are The Woman")
Poco
("Crazy Love")
The Knack
("My Sharona")
Bad Company
("Can't Get Enough")
England Dan &
John Ford Coley

("I'd Really Love To
See You Tonight")
Brewer and Shipley
("One Toke Over The Line")
Rare Earth
("Get Ready")
Savoy Brown
("She's Got a
Ring in His Nose")
Foghat
("Slow Ride")
Black Sabbath
(Geezer Butler)
Black Sabbath
(Tony Iommi)
Black Sabbath
(Bill Ward)
Black Sabbath
(Ozzy Osbourne)
Kiss
(Gene Simmons)
Kiss
(Paul Stanley)
Kiss
(Peter Criss)
Kiss
(Ace Frehley)
Kiss
(manager Bill Aucoin)
Bachman-Turner
Overdrive

("Takin' Care Of Business")
Tower Of Power
("So Very Hard To Go")
Three Dog Night
(singer Chuck Negron)
Three Dog Night
(keyboardist Jimmy Greenspoon)
K.C. and the
Sunshine Band

("Shake Your Booty")
Alive N Kickin
("Tighter and Tighter")
The Stampeders
("Sweet City Woman")
The Jaggerz
("The Rapper")
The Captain & Tennille
("Love Will Keep Us Together")
The Hues Corporation
("Rock The Boat")
The Bellamy Brothers
("Let Your Love Flow")
The De Franco Family
("Heartbeat, It's A Lovebeat")
Uriah Heep
(Mick Box)
Uriah Heep
(Ken Hensley and Mick Box)
Uriah Heep
(Ken Hensley)
Little Feat
("Dixie Chicken")
Boston
("More Than A Feeling")
Tony Orlando and Dawn
("Tie A Yellow Ribbon")
Bread
("Make It With You")
Dr. Hook
("Sylvia's Mother")
Ambrosia
("How Much I Feel")
Atlanta Rhythm Section
("Imaginary Lover")
The Spinners
("The Rubberband Man")
Nazareth
("Love Hurts")
Black Oak Arkansas
("Jim Dandy To The Rescue")
The Chi-Lites
("Oh Girl")
Emerson, Lake & Palmer
(Keith Emerson)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer
(Greg Lake)
Motorhead
("Ace Of Spades")
Player
("Baby Come Back")
The Doobie Brothers
("Listen To The Music")
Jethro Tull
(Martin Barre)
Jethro Tull
(Ian Anderson)
Grand Funk Railroad
(Don Brewer)
Grand Funk Railroad
(Mark Farner)
Angel
("Helluva Band")
Ozark Mountain Daredevils
("Jackie Blue")
Alice Cooper
(drummer Neal Smith)
Alice Cooper
(guitarist Michael Bruce)
Alice Cooper
(bassist Dennis Dunaway)
Nantucket
("Heartbreaker")
Nantucket
("Your Face Or Mine")
Gallery
("Nice To Be With You")
Little River Band
("Reminiscing")
Head East
("Since You've Been Gone")
The Guess Who
("These Eyes")
Slade
("Run Runaway")
The Trammps
("Disco Inferno")
Village People
("Y.M.C.A.")
The Three Degrees
("When Will I See You Again")
Vanity Fare
("Hitchin' A Ride")
Stories
("Brother Louie")
America
(Dan Peek)
America
(Gerry Beckley)
The Partridge Family
("I Think I Love You")
Dick Cavett
(Talk Show Host)
Starz
("Cherry Baby")
Paul Rodgers
(Bad Company, Free, The Firm)
Wings
(drummer Denny Seiwell)
Wings
(guitarist Denny Laine)
Blue Oyster Cult
(Joe Bouchard)
Blue Oyster Cult
(Albert Bouchard)
The Stylistics
("You Make Me Feel Brand New")
The Babys
("Every Time I Think Of You")
The O'Jays
("Love Train")
Wishbone Ash
("Argus")
The Eagles
("Hotel California")
Nick Gilder
("Hot Child In The City")
Styx
("Babe")
Styx
(singer Lawrence Gowan)
Sweet
("Ballroom Blitz")
Renaissance
("Kings And Queens")
Mountain
("Mississippi Queen")
Steve Priest's Sweet
("Love Is Like Oxygen")
Sylvester
("Dance")
The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
("Mr. Bojangles")
Charlie Daniels
("The Devil Went Down To Georgia")
The Buoys
("Timothy")
Jam Factory
('70s Syracuse Band)
Peaches And Herb
("Reunited")
Wild Cherry
("Play That Funky Music")
The Original Caste
("One Tin Soldier")
Mungo Jerry
("In The Summertime")
Chicago
("Saturday In The Park")
Fanny
("Butler Boy")
 
 
The Runaways
("Dead End Justice")
Ace
("How Long?")
King Harvest
("Dancing In The Moonlight")
 
 




'80s Artists
Toto
(Steve Lukather)
Toto
(Bobby Kimball)
REO Speedwagon
("Keep On Loving You")
Tommy Tutone
("867-5309 / Jenny")
Whitesnake
("Here I Go Again")
Yes
(keyboardist Rick Wakeman)
Yes
(vocalist Jon Anderson)
Yes
(bassist Chris Squire)
Men At Work
("Down Under")
Kool And The Gang
("Celebration")
Quiet Riot
("Cum On Feel The Noise")
Blondie
("The Tide Is High")
The Jam
("Going Underground")
Journey
("Who's Crying Now")
Bon Jovi
("You Give Love A Bad Name")
Alabama
("Love In The First Degree")
The Rods
("Let Them Eat Metal")
Fastway
("Say What You Will")
Scorpions
("Rock You Like A Hurricane")
Autograph
("Turn Up The Radio")
Survivor
("Eye Of The Tiger")
Night Ranger
("Sister Christian")
The Greg Kihn Band
("Jeopardy")
Ratt
("Round And Round")
Guns 'n' Roses
("Sweet Child O' Mine")
Krokus
("Midnite Maniac")
Marshall Crenshaw
("Someday Someway")
Betsy Bitch
("Damnation Alley")
The Fabulous Thunderbirds
("Tuff Enuff")
Slayer
("Show No Mercy")
London
("Non Stop Rock")
Odin
("Don't Take No For An Answer")
Starship
("We Built This City")
Loudness
("Crazy Nights")
Madam X
("We Reserve The Right")
The Fixx
("One Thing Leads To Another")
Point Blank
("Nicole")
Manhattan Transfer
("Boy From New York City")
Chilliwack
("My Girl")
Air Supply
("The One That You Love")
Jim Peterik
of Survivor and
The Ides Of March
Delbert McClinton
("Givin' It Up For Your Love")
Hall And Oates
(guitarist G.E. Smith)
Pat Travers
("Snortin' Whiskey")
Foreigner
("Waiting For A Girl Like You")
The Motels
("Only The Lonely")
The Jets
("You Got It All")
The Romantics
("Talking In Your Sleep")
Kenny Loggins
("Whenever I Call You Friend")
Queensryche
("Silent Lucidity")
Patty Smyth
("Warrior")
Starship
("We Built This City")
 
 
Duke Jupiter
("I'll Drink To You")
Billy Vera
("At This Moment")




Elvis Presley
Byron Raphael
(Elvis Presley's best
friend in 1956)
Byron Raphael
(Elvis and Marilyn:
The Untold Story)
Sonny West
(Elvis' Bodyguard)
Bernard Lansky
(Elvis Presley's clothier)
Larry Geller
(Elvis' friend
and hairstylist)
Is Elvis Still With Us?
(asking the experts)
Phil Aitcheson
(Director of
The Presley Commission)
Phil Aitcheson
(Retired Director of The Presley Commission)
second interview
Bill Beeny
(Elvis Is Alive Museum)
Bruce Frey
witnessed Elvis break up a fight in 1977
Jeanne Le May Dumas
(Elvis' secretary)
Paul Lichter
(Elvis Presley's friend)
Sammy Shore
(The Man Who Made Elvis Laugh)
Nancy Rooks
(Elvis' maid / cook)
Mike McNeill
(Saw Elvis in his casket at Graceland)
Lowell Hays
(Elvis' jeweler)
Billy Stanley
(Elvis' step-brother)
George Klein
(Elvis' life-long friend)
The Imperials
(Elvis' vocal group)
Linda Hood Sigmon
(Claims Elvis Is Alive!)
Chris Smith
(of Southern Fried Elvis)
Kay Lipps
(Founded Elvis FANtasy Fest)
 
 
Robert C. Cantwell
(Elvis Presley's security guard)
Wanda June Berry Hill
(says Elvis may be alive)




The British Invasion
Herman's Hermits
(vocalist Peter Noone)
Herman's Hermits
(guitarist Keith Hopwood)
Herman's Hermits
(drummer Barry Whitwam)
Herman's Hermits
(bassist Karl Green)
Herman's Hermits
(bassist Karl Green pt. 2)
The Dave Clark Five
(Glad All Over)
The Animals
(Eric Burdon)
The Animals
(Hilton Valentine)
The Moody Blues
(Justin Hayward)
The Moody Blues
(Mike Pinder)
The Searchers
("Needles And Pins")
Chad and Jeremy
("Yesterday's Gone")
Peter And Gordon
(Peter Asher)
Peter and Gordon
(Gordon Waller)
Donovan
("Sunshine Superman")
The Hollies
("Long Cool Woman")
The Yardbirds
(guitarist Chris Dreja)
The Yardbirds
(drummer Jim McCarty)
The Zombies
(Rod Argent)
The Zombies
(Colin Blunstone)
Procul Harum
("A Whiter Shade Of Pale")
The Tremeloes
("Silence Is Golden")
The Rolling Stones
(guitarist Mick Taylor)
Billy J. Kramer
("Little Children")
Spencer Davis
("Gimme Some Lovin'")




Teen Idols
Donny Osmond
("Sweet And Innocent")
David Cassidy
("I Think I Love You")
Fabian
("Tiger")
Bobby Rydell
("Volare")
Bobby Rydell
(second interview)




Southern Artists
The Allman Brothers
("Ramblin Man")
Lynyrd Skynyrd
("Sweet Home Alabama")
Johnny Winter
(Blues / Rock guitarist)
Edgar Winter
("Frankenstein")
The Outlaws
("Ghost Riders In The Sky")
Marshall Tucker Band
(Toy Caldwell)
Marshall Tucker Band
(Doug Gray)
The Amazing Rhythm Aces
("Third Rate Romance")
Grinderswitch
("Ghost Train From Georgia")
38 Special
("Caught Up In You")
 
 
 
 
Molly Hatchet
("No Guts, No Glory")
 
 
 
 




Male Singers
Gary Puckett
("Woman, Woman")
Chubby Checker
("The Twist")
Lou Christie
("Lightning Strikes")
Bobby "Boris" Pickett
("The Monster Mash")
Eddie Money
("Two Tickets To Paradise")
Norman Greenbaum
("Spirit In The Sky")
Bertie Higgins
("Key Largo")
Benny Mardones
("Into The Night")
Alan O'Day
("Undercover Angel")
Henry Gross
("Shannon")
Paul Davis
("I Go Crazy")
Ray Parker Jr.
("Ghostbusters")
Jimmy Dean
("Big Bad John")
Cliff Richard
("We Don't Talk Anymore")
Trini Lopez
("If I Had A Hammer")
Bobby Goldsboro
("Honey")
Bobby Vinton
("Blue Velvet")
Bobby Vee
("Take Good Care Of My Baby")
Gene Pitney
("Only Love Can Break A Heart")
B.J. Thomas
("Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head")
Christopher Cross
("Sailing")
Billy Swan
("I Can Help")
Andy Kim
("Rock Me Gently")
Rupert Holmes
("The Pina Colada Song")
Glen Campbell
("Rhinestone Cowboy")
Johnny Tillotson
("Talk Back Trembling Lips")
Jimmie Rodgers
("Honeycomb")
Ben E. King
("Stand By Me")
Solomon Burke
("Got To Get You Off My Mind")
James Darren
("Goodbye Cruel World")
Gary U.S. Bonds
("Quarter To Three")
Brenton Wood
("Gimme Little Sign")
Steve Lawrence
("Go Away Little Girl")
Paul Peterson
("My Dad")
Frank Ifield
("I Remember You")
T.G. Sheppard
("I Loved 'Em Every One")
Mel Carter
("Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me")
Bryan Adams
("Heaven")
Eric Carmen
("All By Myself")
Robbie Dupree
("Steal Away")
Michael Martin Murphey
("Wildfire")
Bobby Hebb
("Sunny")
Brian Hyland
("Yellow Polka Dot Bikini")
Chris Montez
("Let's Dance")
Barry McGuire
("Eve Of Destruction")
Vince Eager
(early English rocker)
Jose Feliciano
("Light My Fire")
Andrew Gold
("Lonely Boy")
Billy Squier
("The Stroke")
Dobie Gray
("Drift Away")
Ray Stevens
("The Streak")
Andy Williams
("Moon River")
Jerry Vale
("You Don't Know Me")
Lenny Welch
("Since I Fell For You")
Martin Sexton
("Sugarcoating")
Dr. Elmo
("Grandma Got Run Over By A Reindeer")
Clint Holmes
("Playground In My Mind")
Le Roy Van Dyke
("Walk On By")
Joe Dowell
("Wooden Heart")
Gino Vannelli
("I Just Want To Stop")
Danny O'Keefe
("Good Time Charlie's Got The Blues")
P.J. Proby
("Niki Hoeky")
Boxcar Willie
("Bad News)"
Jonathan Edwards
("Sunshine")
Jim Ed Brown
("Pop A Top")
Ronnie McDowell
("The King Is Gone")
Burl Ives
("A Little Bitty Tear")
George McRae
("Rock Your Baby")
Eddie Rambeau
("Concrete And Clay")
John Gary
("More")
Gene Watson
("Love In The Hot Afternoon")
Stephen Bishop
("On And On")
"Little" Jimmy Osmond
("Long Haired Lover From Liverpool")
Bruce Channel
("Hey! Baby")
Bill Anderson
("Still")
 
 
Don McLean
("American Pie")
 
 
Todd Rundgren
("Hello It's Me")
 
 




Female Singers
Diane Renay
("Navy Blue")
Dodie Stevens
("Pink Shoelaces")
Lesley Gore
("It's My Party")
Connie Francis
("Who's Sorry Now?")
Brenda Lee
("All Alone Am I")
Janis Ian
("At Seventeen")
Suzi Quatro
("Stumblin' In")
Helen Reddy
("I Am Woman")
Thelma Houston
("Don't Leave Me This Way")
Kathy Young
("A Thousand Stars")
Merrilee Rush
("Angel Of The Morning")
Darlene Love
("The Boy I'm Gonna Marry")
Joni James
("How Important Can It Be?")
Samantha Fox
("Touch Me")
Lorrie Morgan
("What Part Of No")
Evelyn "Champagne" King
("Shame")
Teri DeSario
("Yes I'm Ready")
Susaye Green
(sang with The Supremes)
Julie Grant
("Up On The Roof")
Cheryl Lynn
("Got To Be Real")
Jackie DeShannon
("Put A Little Love In Your Heart")
Genya Ravan
("Somewhere")
Donna Loren
("Beach Blanket Bingo")
Dionne Warwick
("Heartbreaker")
Linda Clifford
("If My Friends Could See Me Now")
Judy Collins
("Both Sides Now")
Melanie
("Brand New Key")
Freda Payne
("Band Of Gold")
Crystal Gayle
("Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue")
Jody Miller
("Queen Of The House")
Tata Vega
(Sang background for Elton John
Michael Jackson and Stevie Wonder)
Melissa Manchester
("Don't Cry Out Loud")
Deana Martin
("Destination Moon")
Vikki Carr
("It Must Be Him")
Julie Rogers
("The Wedding")
Pam Tillis
("Mi Vida Loca (My Crazy Life)")
Bettye La Vette
("Let Me Down Easy")
Irma Thomas
("Don't Mess With My Man")
Tiffany
("I Think We're Alone Now")
Candy Coburn
("Pink Warrior")
Stella Parton
("I Want to Hold You In My Dreams Tonight")
Buffy Sainte-Marie
("Mister Can't You See")
Kelsie May
(singer / songwriter)
Tanya Tucker
("Lizzie And The Rainman")
Shania Twain
("You're Still The One")
Kelly Lang
("Lady, Lady")
Jeannie Seely
("Don't Touch Me")
 
 
Petula Clark
("Downtown")
Sylvia
("Nobody")




One Hit Wonders
? and The Mysterians
("96 Tears")
The Blues Magoos
("We Ain't Got Nothin' Yet")
The Electric Prunes
("I Had Too Much To Dream Last Night")
Syndicate Of Sound
("Little Girl")
Commander Cody
("Hot Rod Lincoln")
The Murmaids
("Popsicles and Icicles")
Rosie and the Originals
("Angel Baby")
Maurice Williams
("Stay")
Ian Whitcomb
("You Turn Me On")
Mason Williams
("Classical Gas")
The Fifth Estate
("Ding Dong! The Witch Is Dead")
Bob Kuban and The In-Men.
("The Cheater")
The Knickerbockers
("Lies")
Sammy Johns
("Chevy Van")
Vicki Lawrence
("The Night The Lights Went Out In Georgia"}
The O'Kaysions
("Girl Watcher")
Robin McNamara
("Lay A Little Lovin' On Me")
 
 
The Sanford / Townsend Band
("Smoke From A Distant Fire")
Teegarden And Van Winkle
("God, Love And Rock And Roll)




Folk Singers
Peter, Paul and Mary
("Puff The Magic Dragon")
The Kingston Trio
("Tom Dooley")
The Brothers Four
("Greenfields")
The Smothers Brothers
(comedy team)
Ian Tyson
("Four Strong Winds")
 
 
The Pozo Seco Singers
("I Can Make It With You")
 
 
Tom Rush
("No Regrets")
 
 




Rock Photographers
Frank Stefanko
(Bruce Springsteen's
photographer)
Tom Murray
(A Beatles Photographer)
Bill Bernstein
(Paul McCartney's
tour photographer)
Allan Tannenbaum
(John and Yoko's
photographer)
Alfred Wertheimer
(Elvis' Photographer)
Ian Wright
(Early Beatles photographer)
Bob Gruen
(Rock 'n' Roll photographer)
Roger Farrington
(John Lennon photographer)
Bill Carlson
(A Beatles photographer)
Robert Knight
(Rock photographer)
Debra Rothenberg
(Bruce Springsteen:
In Focus 1980 - 2012)
Phillip Townsend
(Photographed The Beatles and The Stones)
Mick Rock
(Photographed David Bowie)
Dick Zimmerman
(Photographed Michael Jackson's "Thriller" cover)
David Spindel
(John and Yoko photographer)
Jesse Frohman
(Kurt Cobain photographer)
Jay Blakesberg
(Rock photographer)
Kirk Weddle
(shot Nirvana's "Nevermind" album cover)
Henry Diltz
(Behind The Lens)
Neal Preston
(Led Zeppelin's Official Tour Photographer)
Emilio Lari
(photographed The Beatles on the set of Help!
Mike Mitchell
(photographed The Beatles' first American concert)
Rowland Scherman
(photographed The Beatles)
John Taylor
(photographed Paul and Linda McCartney)
Gered Mankowitz
(photographed and toured with The Rolling Stones)
 
 
Jim Summaria
(Rock 'n' Roll photographer)
 
 
Patrick Harbron
(Rock 'n' Roll photographer)
 
 




Managers and Executives
Richard Cole
(Led Zeppelin's road manager)
John Byrne Cooke
(Janis Joplin's road manager)
Tony Turner
(Supremes and Temptations
road manager)
Bob Bonis
(The Beatles' Road Manager)
Andrew Loog Oldham
(Rolling Stones' Manager)
Steve Blauner
(Bobby Darin's manager)
Paul Williams
(founder of
Crawdaddy Magazine)
Alan Livingston
(President Of Capitol Records)
Sid Bernstein
(booked The Beatles at
Carnegie Hall & Shea Stadium)
Stan Soocher
(entertainment attorney)
Joe Fletcher
(Concert Promoter)
Bonnie Sugarman
(senior vice-president
of A.P.A.)
Jay Jacobs
(Entertainment Agent)
Andrew Behar
(a director looks at
the Grateful Dead)
Ken Mansfield
(Apple Records Manager)
David Blayney
(ZZ Top's stage manager)
Jimmy O'Neill
(Host of TV's Shindig!)
Tipper Gore
(Parents Music Resource Center)
Wolfman Jack
(Host of TV's Midnight Special)
Marshall Grant
(Johnny Cash's road manager)
David Snowden
(CEO of Triangle Entertainment)
Richard Nader
(Rock 'n' Roll Revival Promoter)
Jon Z
(Mega Force Records)
Alan Hunter
(MTV VJ)
Nina Blackwood
(MTV VJ)
Trey Wilson
(Of Ronnie Gilley Entertainment)
Tony Conway
(Award Winning Agent)
Dan Smalls
(Promoter)
Bill Aucoin
(KISS' manager)
Paul Lohr
(Founder of
New Frontier Touring)
Anita Woo
(Nirvana:
Taking Punk To The Masses)
Alvin Ross
(Of Virgin Merchandising)
Brian J. Simon
(Night Ranger's Production Manager )
Greg Janese
(Of Paradigm Agency)
Skip Taylor
(Two Goats Entertainment)
Thomas O'Keefe
(Train's tour manager)
Butch Stone
(Personal Manager)
Bud Ballou
(Radio Personality)
Shel Talmy
(The Who's record producer)
Ben Verellen
(Of Verellen Amplifiers)
Dan Steinberg
(Concert Promoter)
Barry Fey
(Concert Promoter)
Kathy Armistead Olen
(Atticus Brand Partners)
Kim Fowley
(Producer / Songwriter)
Hugh Padgham
(Record Producer)
Jon Hornyak
(Lynyrd Skynyrd's Soundman)
Doug Thaler
(co-managed Motley Crue
and Bon Jovi)
Alex Ross
(Supreme Entertainment Artists)
Tom Halpain
(Three Dog Night Tour Manager)
Jake Rohrer
CCR's Executive Assistant
Gale Rosenberg
(Founder Of Rock 'n Retail)
Jerry Blavat
(Disc Jockey)
Roger Paul
(Manager / Agent)
Sam Cutler
(Stones and Dead Tour Mgr)
Aberdeen, Washington Mayor
Bill Simpson

(Organized Kurt Cobain Day)
Richard Fusco
(of Radio Woodstock)
Kevin Day
(Owner of SkyRocket Entertainment)
Phil Kaufman
(Road Manager)
Brian Perera
(Founder of Cleopatra Records)
David Frangioni
(Founder and CEO of Audio One)
Rob Battle
(of Battle Artist Agency)
Judy Seale
(Talent Coordinator)
Josh Rowe
(Manager of The Epstein Theatre)
Don Muller
(of Jukeboxes Unlimited)
Jim Faith
(Great South Bay Music Festival)
Noel Monk
Van Halen's Manager
Jeremy Profe
(The Writer/Director of The Lennon Report
 
 
Ed Freeman
(roadie on The Beatles last tour of America)
Dinky Dawson
(Sound Engineer To The Stars)


Appeared At The New York State Fair
Sha Na Na
('50s Tribute Group)
The Chantels
(Maybe)
The Righteous Brothers
(Unchained Melody)
Paul Revere
(Kicks)
The Monkees
(Daydream Believer)
The Cowsills
(The Rain, The Park,
And Other Things)
Jan And Dean
(Surf City)
The Tokens
(The Lion Sleeps Tonight)
Blood, Sweat And Tears
(founder Al Kooper)
America
(Sister Golden Hair)
Orleans
(Dance With Me)
Kansas
(Dust In The Wind)
KC and the Sunshine Band
(Shake Your Booty)
Boston
(More Than A Feeling)
Dawn
(Knock Three Times)
Grand Funk
(Bad Time)
The Alice Cooper Group
(School's Out)
Styx
(Show Me The Way)
Little River Band
(The Other Guy)
Alabama
(Love In The First Degree)
Herman's Hermits
(I'm Henry VIII I Am)
Donny Osmond
(Puppy Love)
Bobby Rydell
(Volare)
The Allman Brothers Band
(Ramblin' Man)
Lynyrd Skynyrd
(Sweet Home Alabama)
The Outlaws
(Ghost Riders In The Sky)
Gary Puckett
(Woman, Woman)
Chubby Checker
(The Twist)
Eddie Money
(Two Tickets To Paradise)
B.J. Thomas
(Hooked On A Feeling)
James Darren
(Goodbye Cruel World)
Ray Stevens
(The Streak)
? And The Mysterians
(96 Tears)
David Snowden
(CEO of Triangle Entertainment)
Rick Schell
(of Pure Prairie League)
David Gates
(The Goodbye Girl)
Captain and Tennille
(Love Will Keep Us Together)
Bobby Vinton
(Blue Velvet)
Poco
(Crazy Love)
Dallas Taylor
(CSN&Y Drummer)
Andy Williams
(Moon River)
Pat Boone
(Love Letters In The Sand)
Three Dog Night
(Joy To The World)
Dino, Desi and Billy
(I'm A Fool)
Marshall Tucker Band
(Heard It In A Love Song)
Bryan Adams
(Heaven)
Chicago
(Saturday In The Park)
The Temptations
(My Girl)
Bad Company
(Can't Get Enough)
David Cassidy
(I Think I Love You)
The Doobie Brothers
(Listen To The Music)
REO Speedwagon
(Keep On Loving You)
Christopher Cross
(Never Be The Same)
The Turtles
(Happy Together)
Tower Of Power
(So Very Hard To Go)
Hinder
(Use Me)
Eli Young Band
(Always the Love Songs)
Bandaloni
(one man band)
Steel Magnolia
(Keep On Lovin' You)
Jon Bon Jovi
(You Give Love A Bad Name)
 
 
 
 
Candy Coburn
(Pink Warrior)
 
 
 
 




Rocker's Friends and Relatives
Laura Joplin
(Janis Joplin's sister)
Pamela Des Barres
(A Super Groupie)
Ingrid Croce
(Jim Croce's Widow)
Janie Hendrix
(Jimi Hendrix's sister)
Rod Crosby
(Bobby Fuller's friend)
Fayette Hauser
(Janis Joplin's friend)
Bill Haley Jr.
(Bill Haley's Son)
Royston Ellis
(A Friend Of The Beatles)
Charlie Dick
(Patsy Cline's husband)
Freddie Cole
(Nat King Cole's brother)




American Idol Contestants
Diana De Garmo
(American Idol season 3)
Bo Bice
(American Idol season 4)
 
 
Taylor Hicks
(American Idol season 5)
Professor Dom Caristi
(shares his thoughts on American Idol)




Rock Authors
Peter Coan
The Harry Chapin Story
Jay Warner
(How To Have Your
Hit Song Published)
Jack Jones
(Inside The Mind
Of Mark David Chapman)
Eddie Kramer
(Jimi Hendrix:
Setting The Record Straight)
Samuel Charters
(Elvis Book Author)
Dave Schwensen
(The Beatles In Cleveland)
Paul Saltzman
(The Beatles in Rishikesh)
Jerry Naylor
& Steve Halliday

(The Rockabilly Legends)
Charles Cross
(Cobain Unseen)
Rhonda Saunders
The Prosecutor Who
Stalks The Stalkers
Denise McLean Solis
(Backstreet Mom)
Steve Liebowitz
(Steel Pier: Atlantic City)
Joe Vitale
(Backstage Pass)
Tom Grant
The Mysterious Death
of Kurt Cobain
Freddie Gershon
(Sweetie Baby Cookie Honey)
Randy L. Schmidt
(The Life Of Karen Carpenter)
Bill German
(Under Their Thumb)
Richard Courtney
(Come Together. The Business
Wisdom Of The Beatles)
Jerry Levitan
(I Met The Walrus)
Keith Elliot Greenberg
(The Day John Lennon Died)
Larry Harris
(Co-Founder of
Casablanca Records)
Chris O'Dell
(Miss O'Dell)
Micah Nathan
(Losing Graceland)
Richard Bozzett
(Sex, Drugs And Bon Jovi)
Larry Marion
(The Lost Rolling Stones Photographs)
Alan Siegel
(Breakin' In To The Music Business)
John Blaney
(Beatles For Sale)
Peter Ames Carlin
(Paul McCartney: A Life)
Chuck Murphy
(Graceland:
An Interactive Pop-Up Tour)
Fred La Bour
(started the
"Paul Is Dead" rumor)
Howard Sounes
(Fab: The Life Of
Paul McCartney)
Paul Brannigan
(Life And Times Of Dave Grohl)
Ken Sharp
(The Making Of Double Fantasy)
Spencer Leigh
(The Beatles In Hamburg)
Brian Hudson
(How I Didn't Become A Beatle)
Dave Hunter
(author of Amped)
Lesley-Ann Jones
(Journalist To The Stars)
David Comfort
(Rock And Roll Book
Of The Dead)
Chris Welch
(music writer for Melody Maker)
Mark R. Blake
(Rock writer / interviewer)
Joel McIver
(Crazy Train: The High Life And Tragic Death Of Randy Rhoads)
Paul Williams
(Founder of Crawdaddy magazine)
April Kirkwood
(Author of My Love Affair With Frankie Valli)
Zoro
(The Big Gig)
Lydia Criss
(Author of Sealed With A Kiss)
Jim Berkenstadt
(The Beatle Who Vanished)
Maryanne Christiano - Mistretta
(On The Guest List)
R. Gary Patterson
(The Walrus Was Paul)
Charles Stone
(My Years With Elvis And The Colonel)
Wanda June Berry Hill
(We Remember Elvis)
Richard Rossberg
(Jim Morrison Is Absolutely Alive)
Xaviant Haze
(Elvis Is Alive: The Complete Conspiracy)
Andy Babiuk
(Beatles Gear)
Stan Knight
(Elvis Presley's Twin, Jesse Garon)
Grady Gaines
(I've Been Out There On The Road
With Legends Of Rock 'n' Roll)
Piers Hemmingsen
(The Beatles In Canada: The Origins Of Beatlemania!)
Gillian G. Gaar
(author of Entertain Us: The Rise Of Nirvana)
Hunter Davies
(wrote the only authorized biography of The Beatles)
Duff Wilson
(on the death of Kurt Cobain)
Martin Creasy
(author of The Real Story Of The Beatles Tours 1963 - 1965)




Musicians and Songwriters
Hal Blaine
(session drummer)
Les Paul
(guitar legend)
Jim Weatherly
(wrote Midnight Train To Georgia)
Duane Hitchings
(co-wrote Do You Think I'm Sexy)
Jimmy Sturr
(The Polka King)
Rick Schell
(Syracuse musician)
Elliott Murphy
(The Last of the Rock Stars)
Don Black
(wrote To Sir With Love)
Wayne Kramer
(Of The MC5)
L. Russell Brown
(wrote Tie A Yellow Ribbon)
Henry Mancini
(Romeo and Juliet)
Neal Smith
(Flying Tiger)
Wayne Carson
(wrote Always On My Mind)
Carmine Appice
(rock drummer)
Tony Hatch
(wrote Downtown)
Chris Spedding
(studio musician)
Ronnie Montrose
(rock guitarist)
Bandaloni
(one man band)
Robert Tepper
(No Easy Way Out)
Jean-Luc Ponty
(Cosmic Messenger)
Bruce Sudano
("It's Her Wedding Day")
Charlie McCoy
(super session musician)
Simon Kirke
(Filling The Void)
Norbert Putnam
(Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section)
Larry O'Brien
(The Glenn Miller Orchestra)
Jaimie St. James
(Black 'n' Blue)
Yngwie Malmsteen
(Rising Force)
Cynthia Weil
(wrote "You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling")
Jennifer Batten
(Michael Jackson's guitarist)
Rob Stoner
(Bob Dylan's former bassist)
Parkside Drive
(Premier Wedding Band)
Jay Boy Adams
(The Shoe Box)
Broken Nails
(Montreal's hottest band)
Tom Paxton
(wrote "Bottle Of Wine")
James Hunter
(People Gonna Talk)
Robert Fortune
(Rock guitarist)
Steve Wariner
(Two Teardrops)
Caroline Kole
(Money To Me)
Firehouse
(Love Of A Lifetime)
A.J. Croce
(That's Me In The Bar)
Bobby Keys
(session sax player)
Big Jay McNeely
("The Deacon's Hop")
Honey Voshell
(America's Honeycombs)
Tony Macauley
(wrote "Build Me Up Buttercup")
Lonestar
("Amazed")
Wale
('70s New York Group)
Galt Mac Dermot
(Wrote "Hair" and "Aquarius")
Dar Williams
(In The Time Of Gods)
G. E. Smith
(Musical Director for
Saturday Night Live!)
Chuck Leavell
(Rolling Stone's pianist)
The Shana Stack Band
("Pleasure And Pain")
Butch Patrick
(Eddie And The Monsters)
Doreen Taylor
("Magic")
Harry James Orchestra
(Band Leader Fred Radke)
Sister Sparrow And The Dirty Birds
("The Long Way")
Dallas Smith
("Tippin' Point")
Joshua Scott Jones
(formerly of Steel Magnolia)
Steve Hunter
("Tune Poems Live")
Electric Blonde
(Toronto Dance Band)
Erik Scott
("And The Earth Bleeds")
Will Lee
(bassist for The Fab Faux
and The CBS Orchestra)
Nu-Blu
("Jesus And Jones")
Janiva Magness
("Do I Move You?")
Sunny Sweeney
("Provoked")
Kristine W
("One More Try")
Ben Mauro
(Lionel Richie's guitarist)
Sean O'Loughlin
(Symphony Conductor)
Devin Bing
(Jazz Musician)
Buzz Cason
("Everlasting Love")
Location Of Incident
("Strong Without My Fears")
Arthur Alexander
(wrote "Anna")
Steve Douglas
(recording session sax player)
Aztec Two Step
(No Hit Wonder)
Mimi Farina
(wrote "In The Quiet Morning")
Phil Kenzie
(Last Of The Great Rock Sax Players)
P.F. Sloan
(songwriter)
Gary Link
(bassist for Rita Coolidge & Steppenwolf)
Bobby Hart
(co-wrote "Last Train To Clarksville")
The Sloths
(opened for The Doors)
Two Wolf
(Southern Rock Group)
Ricky Byrd
(of Joan Jett & The Blackhearts)
Rich Robinson
(of Black Crowes)
David Rosenthal
(Billy Joel's keyboard player and musical director)
Carl Fischer
(Billy Joel's trumpet player)
Chuck Burgi
(Billy Joel's drummer)
Even Stevens
(songwriter)
Olivia Lane
("Steal Me Away")
Randy Holden
(of Blue Cheer and Sons Of Adam)
Mike Campbell
(Tommy Roe's drummer)
Lucy Angel
("Crazy Too")
Jimmy Ryan
(of The Hit Men)
Reverie Lane
(Country duo)
George Egosarian
(of Jukin' Bone)
Jimmy Webb
(wrote "MacArthur Park")
George Mahoney
(of Alecstar)
 
 
Andy Pratt
("Avenging Annie")
David Werner
(wrote Billy Idol's "Cradle Of Love")
Paul Robinson
(of Dan Hicks And His Hot Licks)
 
 




Rock 'n' Roll's Unsolved Mysteries
Elvis Presley
Dead or Alive?
Bobby Fuller
His Mysterious Death
Jim Morrison
What Really Happened?
Kurt Cobain
How Did He Die?
John Lennon
Why Was He Killed?
Jimi Hendrix
A Drug Related Accident?
Buddy Holly
Foul Play or Horse Play?
Ritchie Valens
The Day The Music Died
Brian Jones
Death Of A Rolling Stone
James Dean
Was His Death An Accident?
Gerald Pitts
says Jim Morrison is alive!
Paul McCartney
The Death Hoax of 1969
John Ceperich
says Jim Morrison is alive!
Wanda June Berry Hill
Elvis may be alive
Joel Gilbert
Paul McCartney Is Dead
The Last Testament Of George Harrison
David Logan
says Jim Morrison is alive
Michael Jackson
Was His Death A Hoax?
 
 
Wanda June Berry Hill
says Elvis may be alive
Major Bill Smith
says Elvis faked his death




In Memory Of
Alf Bicknell
(The Beatles' Chauffeur)
Sam Andrew
(Of Big Brother And The Holding Company)
Arthur Alexander
(Wrote "Anna")
Bill Aucoin
(Kiss' Manager)
Bob Bonis
(Beatles' Road Manager)
Jim Ed Brown
("Pop A Top")
Solomon Burke
("Got To Get You Off My Mind")
Toy Caldwell
(of The Marshall Tucker Band)
Steve Canaday
(of The Ozark Mountain Daredevils)
Earl "Speedo" Carroll
(of The Cadillacs)
Jimmy Dean
("Big Bad John")
Paul Davis
("I Go Crazy")
Steve Douglas
(session sax player)
Kevin DuBrow
(of Quiet Riot)
Mini Farina
(wrote "In The Quiet Morning")
Barry Fey
(concert promoter)
Doug Fieger
(of The Knack)
Kim Fowley
(songwriter / producer)
Carl Gardner
(of The Coasters)
Andrew Gold
("Lonely Boy")
Lesley Gore
("It's My Party")
Marshall Grant
(Johnny Cash's Road Manager)
Dobie Gray
("Drift Away")
Jimmy Greenspoon
(of Three Dog Night)
Rob Grill
(of The Grass Roots)
Bobby Hatfield
(of The Righteous Brothers)
Bobby Hebb
("Sunny")
Bobby Helms
("Jingle Bell Rock")
Larry Hoppen
(of Orleans)
Burl Ives
("Little Bitty Tear")
Sammy Johns
("Chevy Van")
Davy Jones
(of The Monkees)
Bobby Keys
(session sax player)
Lemmy Kilmister
(of Motorhead)
Ben E. King
("Stand By Me")
Buddy Knox
("Party Doll")
Cynthia Lennon
(John Lennon's first wife)
Alan Livingstone
(President of Capitol Records)
Jackie Lomax
(was managed by Brian Epstein)
Ray Manzarek
(of The Doors)
Ronnie Montrose
(Rock 'n' Roll guitarist)
Richard Nader
(promoter)
Patti Page
("Old Cape Code")
Carl Perkins
("Blue Suede Shoes")
Bobby 'Boris' Pickett
("The Monster Mash")
Dan Peek
(of America)
Les Paul
(guitar legend)
Gene Pitney
("Only Love Can Break A Heart")
Reg Presley
(of The Troggs)
Paul Revere
(of Paul Revere And The Raiders)
Dave Somerville
(of The Diamonds)
Victor Spinetti
(Beatles' co-star in A Hard Day's Night)
Chris Squire
(of Yes)
Dallas Taylor
(drummer for Crosby, Stills and Nash)
Hughie Thomasson
(of The Outlaws)
Alfred Wertheimer
(Elvis Presley's photographer)
Andy Williams
("Moon River")
Johnny Winter
(Rock guitarist)
Wolfman Jack
(American disc jockey)
Tom Fogerty
(of Creedence Clearwater Revival)
Danny Gatton
(guitarist)
Wendy O. Williams
(of The Plasmatics)
Bobby Smith
(of The Spinners)
Billy Joe Royal
("Down In The Boondocks")
John Entwistle
(of The Who)
John Gary
(singer)
Danny Joe Brown
(of Molly Hatchet)
Dick St. John
(of Dick And Dee Dee)
Frankie Laine
("Moonlight Gambler")
Henry Mancini
(orchestra leader)
Ronnie James Dio
(Rainbow)
Al Martino
("I Love You Because")
Oderus Urungus
(of GWAR)
Alvin Lee
(of Ten Years After)
Dottie West
(Country singer)
Dee Dee Ramone
(of The Ramones)
Joey Ramone
(of The Ramones)
Emma Zale
("Build Me Up Buttercup")
Screamin' Jay Hawkins
("I Put A Spell On You")
Box Car Willie
(world's favorite hobo)
Sylvester
("Dance")
Major Bill Smith
(Record Producer)
Jah Paul Jo
(of Dread Zeppelin)
St. Clair Lee
(of The Hues Corporation)
Keith Emerson
(of Emerson, Lake & Palmer)
Bobby Vee
("Take Good Care Of My Baby")
Charlie Dick
(Patsy Cline's husband)
Greg Lake
(Emerson, Lake & Palmer)
Larry Henley
(of The Newbeats)
Chet Flippo
(Editor In Chief of Rolling Stone magazine)
Sonny Geraci
(of The Outsiders)
Jimmy O'Neill
(Host of TV's Shindig!)
Wayne Carson
(wrote Always On My Mind)
Butch Trucks
(Allman Brothers Band drummer)
Sam Leach
(early Beatles promoter)
Sonny West
(Elvis' Bodyguard)
Rosie Hamlin
("Angel Baby")
Glen Campbell
("Rhinestone Cowboy")
Gary DeCarlo
(lead singer of Steam)
Bernard Lansky
(Elvis Presley's clothier)



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