5 Songs with Greg Lucas

Greg Lucas photo This week’s guest on 5 Songs is Greg Lucas. Greg is the California State Librarian, and a lifelong music fan. He checks out the thread between Rex Harrison, The Grateful Dead and Bob Marley.

5 Songs with Lynnae Vana

photo of Lynnae Lynnae Vana is a stage manager at the B Street Theatre in Sacramento. She has been all over the world soaking up sounds from Bach to Gogol Bordello!

5 Songs with Roger Clark

photo 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.

5 Songs with Dennis Newhall

DCF 1.0 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!  

5 Songs with John Cuniberti

JC SSL 2012 John Cuniberti is a world class recording engineer. He has worked with Joe Satriani, Sammy Hagar, The Dead Kennedys, and many others.

5 Songs with Steve LaRosa

Steve LaRosa at the podium 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.

5 Songs with Jon Rubin

Jon 3 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.  

5 Songs with Mike Lidskin

MikeInStudio1 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!

5 Songs with Sal Valentino

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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.

5 Songs 2015

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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!