This week’s guest is Roger Clark of Little Roger and The Goosebumps, and The Dinos. We find out whether “Stairway To Gilligan” was a blessing or a curse.
Dennis Newhall has worked as an announcer and program director at a number of popular stations including KZAP, KSFM, and KROY in Sacramento and KSJO in San Jose. Somehow he snuck a sixth track into the podcast, naughty boy!
John Cuniberti is a world class recording engineer. He has worked with Joe Satriani, Sammy Hagar, The Dead Kennedys, and many others.
Steve LaRosa is a lifelong music lover. As a long time television producer and reporter, he lucked out on his first piece for TV by landing an interview with Carlos Santana.
Jon Rubin is the lead singer of the power pop group The Rubinoos. He explores the thread between Sheb Wooley, Elvis Costello, and Wilson Pickett.
Mike Lidskin is a DJ on KUBU radio in Sacramento and creator of Twirl Radio. When it came down to the Beatles vs the Stones, he chose the Who!
Sal Valentino is best known as the lead singer of The Beau Brummels. He sang such hits as “Laugh, Laugh” and “Just A Little”. A native of San Francisco, Sal now lives in Sacramento.
Hi All, Jack is writing a new play called 5 Songs which he will be performing at the B Street Theatre in Sacramento in January and February of 2015. 5 Songs (the podcast) will also be returning with more interviews starting in January. Stay Tuned!
Dave Seabury is a rock and roll musician/sculptor/painter/photographer who supports his art habit by serving as the Waste Reduction Coordinator (fancy title for federally funded dumpster diver) at the Presidio Trust in San Francisco. A lifelong Bay Area Resident, he currently performs on various instruments with the likes of Psycotic Pineapple, The Chuckleberries, The RaveUps, Dick Bright’s SRO, The Poontang Wranglers, The Presidiots, The Rock and Roll Adventure Kids, The Feztones, and possibly some other bands.
Bob Sarlatte is a comedian (as seen many times on The David Letterman Show), actor (Star Trek IV, EdTV, Flubber) singer (with Butch Whacks and The Glass Packs), and the field announcer for the San Francisco 49ers.