Jim Brickman talks about his innate ability to make music, where he draws inspiration from, and the bizarre career path which has led him to his current one.
INTERVIEW WITH THE GOOD FROM TheCelebrityCafe.com ARCHIVES DM) When did you first start in music? TR) I started playing the trumpet in the 5th grade, after a harrowing period during which I was told my lips would be better suited for trombone. I continued to play trumpet in high school and university bands, all the way through college, and I never picked...
INTERVIEW WITH NICK NEWTON FROM TheCelebrityCafe.com ARCHIVES DM) Are all the stories about sports superstitions in the book true? NN) Yes. I had at least two verifications when the subject was either deceased or not reachable. DM) And so far, what have any athletes reactions been upon seeing the book? NN) Very positive. In some cases, I have had athletes get into old stories about teammates,...
INTERVIEW WITH PARIS BY NIGHT FROM TheCelebrityCafe.com ARCHIVES DM) How did you start in the industry? J) Early on I was in a folk group in high school that toured Eastern Europe. Later I was doing solo acoustic performances but always songwriting as well. When I moved to NYC in 1990, I became more active in both my solo acoustic performances and in...
Lorna talks about her mother, Judy Garland, her sister Liza Minelli, Howard Stern, Judy Collins and more...
INTERVIEW WITH CRIZZY FROM TheCelebrityCafe.com ARCHIVES DM) How did you come up with the name of the band? C) Here's how we came up with the name "Crizzy & The Punx": Crizzy is my nickname (for Chris), because of my reggae style. The Punx, well, the name fits. Billy Lord and Mark Empire are actually getting pretty well known--"Hey, you're one...
Philip Hernandez talks about Les Miz, the book, the play, his role and the classic battle between good, evil and the choices that we make.
INTERVIEW WITH TRIPOD JIMMY FROM TheCelebrityCafe.com ARCHIVES DM) What does the name "Tripod Jimmy" mean? SI) I wish it was something amusing or obscene, but it's not. Just something that popped into my head when I needed a name. I didn't clear it with the guys beforehand, so they are probably still pissed about it, although any time we need group consensus it takes...
INTERVIEW WITH STUART MCROBERT FROM TheCelebrityCafe.com ARCHIVES DM) How did you first get into bodybuilding? SM) Born in 1958, in Stockton-on-Tees, England, I have had an almost lifelong appreciation of muscle and might. As a boy, reading Marvel comics and being awestruck by the incredible physiques of the Super Heroes intensified my interest in bodybuilding. Though I was very thin, I wanted to be...
Brandon talks about the play, American versus British Theatre, and the theory of subtext.