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Aug 28, 2015

 

The first time I saw Stevie Ray Vaughan live in concert, he was close enough to reach out and touch. Literally. Vaughan and Double Trouble were playing at a long-gone Clearwater, Florida nightspot, Mr. T’s Club 19 in the mid-1980s. (It was next to the also long-gone Peaches Records & Tapes. I think the site is a...


Aug 25, 2015

Adults only beyond the point, please. You should be over 18 to listen to, watch, or read this post. Thank you.


Every time I think back to my legendary 1979 lunch with film director Russ Meyer at the Dutch Kitchen in Gainesville, Florida, I can’t help but smile. He had stopped in at the movie theaters where I worked...


Aug 21, 2015

1957. That must have been a helluva year to be alive. I wouldn’t know – my birth was still a few years off. But coming on the heels of the comic book industry nearly being wiped out by Frederic Wertham’s book Seduction of the Innocent and the subsequent Kefauver hearings in the U.S. Senate, a few in the...


Aug 6, 2015

(This interview was originally recorded September 10, 2009 for a Ford-sponsored report on BlogTalkRadio.com. Your host was compensated for his work.)

My first car—and I suspect yours, too—was a Ford. I loved that car like no other since. It was 1977 and my father saw it sitting, day after day, in front of a...


Aug 4, 2015

You may think you know everything about “Seinfeld,” the long-running 1990s NBC sitcom, but do you know enough to fill a 385-page book? Nicholas Nigro, author of Seinfeld FAQ, does. And that’s why he’s my guest today and you are not. Turns out there is still so much to learn, dots to connect, and trivia to...