Doug Cosmo Clifford of Creedence Clearwater Revival/Revisited Remembers Woodstock 1969, including how the band was able to get out of Yasgur’s Farm and back on the road the next day. Hear the full interview this morning (June 7) at 8:05 A.M.
Glen Braget chat with Musician Mike Arturi, who was recently made an appearance in Thief River Falls at the public library to talk about his career in music and perform with audience members. Arturi is a lifelong professional drummer who has played with such legends as Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, Del Shannon and is currently with the Lovin Spoonful. He is also the executive director and founder of Universal Music Center, a non-profit music school in Red Wing, Minnesota.
Glen Braget chats with Mary Jo Buttafuoco about the release of her book “Getting It Through My Thick Skull: Why I Stayed, What I Learned, and What Millions of People Involved with Sociopaths Need to Know”, a no holds barred look at her side of the story of what happened out on Long Island with her husband Joey and Amy Fisher, surviving the shooting, getting her life back together and dealing with a broken marriage. This interview was recorded August 26, 2009.
Glen Braget recently chatted with writer, comedian, producer and founder of Comic Relief Bob Zmuda, author of Andy Kaufman The Truth Finally. Zmuda was a close friend and partner in crime of Andy Kaufman and his new new book explores the possibility that Andy may have faked his own death and is still in hiding some 30 years after his death. Learn more about this new revelation and find out more about Andy as well as the man who played Andy Kaufman in the Milos Forman directed biopic Man on the Moon, Jim Carrey.
Glen Braget chats with William Murrell, James Brown’s former driver, and author of “365 Things That Make Ya Go Hmmm…” In his book, William Murrell fills the pages with the humor and wit he shared on a daily basis with his dear friend, James Brown and many other celebrities.