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Music Professionals share their most memorable stories of their career in the Rock N' Roll world.
|S01E01||Wayne Kramer||16/04/2013||Wayne Kramer founder of the MC5 band talks about the sounds that influenced him while growing up in Detroit|
|S01E02||Charles Wright||06/08/2013||Charles Wright founder of the Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band talks about the era of the Watts Riot and how he formed his band around that time.|
|S01E03||Billy Vera||20/09/2013||Singer/Songwriter Billy Vera will discuss the top five songs that influenced his career as a songwriter. Some of these songs include "Take the 'A' Train" by Duke Ellington's Orchestra and Ray Charles's "Yes Indeed".|
|S01E04||Sam Farrar||18/10/2013||Sam Farrar will discuss how artist such as the Beatles and Radiohead influenced his music producing.|
|S01E05||Mary Gauthier||22/11/2013||Singer/Songwriter Mary Gauthier talks about how she was a teenage runaway and how music helped to heal the pains in her life.|
|S01E06||Thomas Dolby||01/01/2014||Thomas Dolby recalls as a teenager listening to artist such as Genesis, Yes and Pink Floyd . He distinctly remembers being introduced to Punk Rock artists such as the MC 5 and Iggy Pop by a colleague in school , Shane McGowan whom he calls an encyclopedia of music.|
|S01E07||Alan Parsons||27/01/2014||British producer/engineer who worked on The Beatles "Abbey Road" and "Let it Be' recounts the first time working with the Beatles, and how his heart was pounding when he introduced himself.|
|S01E08||Johnny Rivers||10/02/2014||Johnny Rivers talks about the L.A. music scene in the 1960's, the twist and shouts of his own career,and, of course the songs and artists that changed his life.|
|S01E09||James Holvay||03/03/2014||Songwriter,James Holvay will share his thoughts and insights on his experience writing 4 top ten songs for the Chicago based group , The Buckinghams, in the 1960's. He will also give insight into forming what was then called the very first "Horn rock Band" the MOB.|
|S01E10||The Dollyrots||10/03/2014||Members of the band, The Dollyrots, Kelly Ogden and Luis Cabezas will discuss their journey together in music and life. In 2000 they formed their first band "No Chef" which led them to writing such hits as "Because I'm Awesome", which was featured in the movie "Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2" and ABC's TV show "Ugly Betty". Knowing each other since the 8th grade, Kelly and Luis will share their lifelong experiences and journey through music.|
|S01E11||Noel Paul Stookey||07/04/2014||Noel Paul Stookey, known from the trio Peter, Paul and Mary will talk about the twist he put on the song "America, the Beautiful", by writing a new verse for this iconic song.|
|S01E12||Todd Cochran||14/04/2014||Known for his albums "Worlds Around the Sun" and "Seeking other Beauty", Todd Cochran is a prolific keyboard and piano player. He will discuss how he developed his style of playing his own music, as well as his collaboration with other artists.|
|S01E13||WAR||04/05/2014||The original lead singer and still part of the band Leroy "Lonnie" Jordan will delve into some of his early musical influences that created the band's sound in the 60' s through the height of their popularity in the 70's and now with their most recent collaboration with the USC Trojan Marching Band.|
|S02E01||Frank Stallone||12/05/2014||Singer/Songwriter Frank Stallone talks about the artists that inspire him to create the versatile music he does. He speaks about Elvis being one of his inspiration and also gives a funny story of him competing in an Elvis look alike contest.|
|S02E02||Jonny Two Bags||09/06/2014||Rock Guitarist for the California punk rock band , social distortion talks about his style and his assorted choices of guitars from Fender to Les Paul.|
|S02E03||7Horse||14/07/2014||Drummer, Phil Leavitt and Guitarist, Joie Calio form the band 7Horse will discuss their influences such as Sonny Boy Williamson and Muddy Waters. Their music was also featured in the recent Martin Scorsese film "The Wolf of Wall Street".|
|S02E04||Laurence Juber||15/09/2014||Lead guitarist from Paul McCartney's band wings recount his journey playing with the band.|
|S02E05||Vicki Peterson||06/10/2014||Vicki Peterson, the ex-Bangle talks about how she was a fan of The Cowsills whom she later teamed up with, Susan Cowsill an ex-Cowsill to form a new group called The Psycho Sisters.|
|S02E06||P.F. Sloan||13/10/2014||Songwriter from the 1960's tells the story of moving to California from New York, writing his first song and his experience meeting Elvis.|
|S02E07||Louise Goffin||20/10/2014||Musical Guest, Louise Goffin who grew up with both parents being songwriters, Carole King and Gerry Goffin will discuss her other musical influences, and also what led up to her Producing a Grammy nominated Album such as "A Holiday Carole".|
|S02E08||Willie Garcia||10/11/2014||Little Willie Garcia talks about his musical journey with the group "Thee Midniters".|
|S02E09||Stephen Bishop||05/01/2015||Singer/Songwriter talks about some of the great hits of his time and some of the great hits of today, like "Black Widow"by Iggy Azalea and Rita Ora and "Ain't it Fun" by Paramore.|
|S02E10||Janiva Magness||26/01/2015||Blues singer Janiva Magness takes us through her career as a back-up singer through today, now recording her first album entitled "Original"|
|S02E11||B.J. Thomas||09/02/2015||Recording Artist B.J. Thomas talks about how he enjoys performing live, more now than ever before.|
|S02E12||Eddie Holman||23/02/2015||Eddie Holman known for his legendary falsetto voice on "Hey there Lonely Girl" will share some his stories of working with some of the greats of the music business.|