Living two separate lives, Mary Clare wrote the acclaimed book on mourning and life, Language Lessons, For When Your Mom Dies, and then, on the other side of that, she writes erotica and is also a celebrity chef for the likes of Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, and Demi Moore.
Originally recording with Ben Folds of the Ben Folds Five in a band called, Majosha, Evan has recorded his own album which is garnering critical acclaim.
Jennifer not only leads a great combo group that’s growing fast in popularity, but she’s also traveled the world as a Marilyn Monroe impersonator. As if that’s not enough, she also does stand-up comedy. Today she talks about her career and what she feels is funny.
Nutritionist Oz Garcia has been helping the likes of Winona Ryder, designer Nicole Miller, and supermodel Yasmeen Ghouri keep fit via nutrition. Now his book, The Balance, has become a best seller and is being read by people the world over.
Zucchero has recorded with the likes of Sting, Bono, Sheryl Crow, Eric Clapton and dozens of others. He’s had numerous number one hits in Italy but still is relatively unknown in the United States. In talking to Zucchero we learned more about what the big name musicians have known for years, a talented musician who’s changing the music scene.
Fran talks about how she got into comedy from pre-law, her stand up on Larry King and of course breaking the record for the World’s Fastest Talking Woman.
Searching for a better quality of life, fame and fortune and "the essential" all through his music, Joel has quite a following. Learn why fans love this folk musician who plays a variety of folk music called, everything from "Americana" to "Folk with Balls"
A little bit feisty and bitter, Ike Turner certainly has had a roller coaster of a life. He tells us everything from his feelings on his relationship with Tina, his time in prison, and his sex and drug life.
World famous trumpeter Arturo Sandoval talks about the problems in his native Cuba, and what he sees as some of the issues and solutions for his homeland. He gives some great insight and perception into a situation from a man who’s seen both sides of the story.
‘The Simpsons’ have survived the test of time in TV land for many reasons. A significant contributor to that success is the fun and imaginative music behind Homer and the gang. We took the show’s music composer Alf Clausen out of the studio for a while to get some fresh air, tell us about a new Simpson’s CD, and give us a glimpse at future projects