May Pang

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May Pang shares her years of life experience in the music business, as well as the time she spent with John Lennon, the Beatles, and many other legendary musicians. May is also an author, pop-asian culture webzine publisher and Feng Shui jewelry designer. May's co-host, Cynthia Neilson, is a writer, and a former stuntwoman and casting director.

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Join us as we welcome back fan favorite singer/songwriter Duncan Faure. He's come a long way from his Bay City Roller days and he's got a new CD out produced by Karl Fredrick Anderson of Global Recording Artists. Duncan will be... more

It's catch up week for the girls...join them as they rehash the week that was...and pay special tribute to Joan Rivers...a female comic pioneer.

Ending their summer run with another in their "Great Broad" series...May and Cynthia welcome Sister Kate. Singer/songwriter Kate Taylor found her own way in her iconic musical family and she's here to share her journery with us. We're... more

When we first interviewed our funny friend, comic book and cartoonist icon Jay Allen Sanford, he talked with us about the unsolved murder of his friend and business partner Todd Loren. Somewhere, someone knows what happened to... more

Take a cyber cruise with May and Cynthia as they welcome singer/songwriter/producer Henry Gross. He is one of the founding members of Sha-Na-Na and the youngest artist to perform at Woodstock. As a songwriter... more

The girls are putting their cyber time machine in cruise control...they'll be playing catch-up and reworking the events of the past week...live...call in and be part of the show...347-202-0814.

Swinging our cyber time machine by to pick up songwriter/composer A.J. Croce...he's taking a minute from his summer tour to talk about Twelve Tales...his new CD. A.J. is marking his own musical footstep, catching up to the legacy... more

He's considered one of the finest sitarists in the world, a child prodigy who began composing and performing at the age of 6 in India, Kartik Seshadri was invited to study with the world renowned Ravi Shankar. May and Cynthia are grilling... more

They're putting their cyber-time machine on cruise control and playing catch up. Join May and Cynthia as they play catch up and talk about the week that was...live...

May's fascination with QVC gets a boost when she and Cynthia grill author Jim Breslin as their next summer Dinner Special. His latest novel Shoplandia...is inspired by his 17 years as a t.v. producer for QVC. It's a funny character driven... more

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