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As if celebrating 50 years of songwriting, with over 900 songs to his credit isn't enough. Brian Gari also managed to author a book about his Broadway show "Late Nite Comic". "We Bombed in London" was followed by a slight detour with "A Funny Thing Happened On The Way to My Stress Test" and "Close Encounters of the Celebrity Kind". This classic overachiever is still making music, and taking some time to take a trip on May and Cynthia's cyber time machine...if they can speed up fast enough to catch him. Front row seats available...
May and Cynthia are back...it's 2015 and they have a super line-up in the months to come...they're playing catch-up this week...join them live...Monday noon eastern. No script, no filter...no net.
Winding down 2014...we are lucky to snag one more Great Broad before we close out a year full of wonderful guests and unexpected surprises. Rose Gross-Marino is stitched into the fabric of music history. Her years behind the scenes as well as her late husband, mastering engineer genius George Marino, have a legacy that is unrivaled. Her book, Assorted Hits: Music, Murder, Mayhem and the Mob is part mystery, part romp, and all Rose. Join May and Cynthia as they welcome this great dame to the show...
Heading their cyber time machine to some calm water...May and Cynthia will play catch-up on Monday before they head into their end of the year guests...join them live...no filter, no net.
She helped to start the fire that launched the instant access to music that exists today, and she still keeps it burning on Sirius Radio. May and Cynthia are ending 2014 with one of the best of the Great Broads. Join them LIVE Monday noon eastern as they grill one of the five original MTV VJs...Nina Blackwood. Disc jockey, musician, journalist, actress, activist...and proud to claim of her MTV days: "We're the reason you have no attention span.", Nina and Mark Goodman have a book out about their adventures, VJ: The Unplugged Adventures of MTV's First Wave. She's here to share some of those adventures...and then some. Hop on our cyber machine...no net...no filter.
Rock and roll journalist and author Sylvie Simmons is back to announce the release of her CD on Light in the Attic Records...haunting, whimsical, memorable...on a ukelele. For years she's written about other musicians...now she's making music of her own...and other people are writing about her. Join May and Cynthia as they welcome back one of their "Great Broads" Sylvie Simmons...live...Monday noon eastern.
Until Mary Owen, daughter of actress Donna Reed, found a shoebox full of letters in the attic, she had no idea her mother was a World War II pinup, a symbol back home for what those soldiers were fighting for. We knew her as Mary Bailey in It's A Wonderful Life and Donna Stone in The Donna Reed Show. But quietly, in her private life, she carried on correspondences with over three hundred servicemen. She offered support and solace, embracing them in letters that helped them shoulder the burden of the war. Join May and Cynthia as they welcome Mary Owen, their guest for the week of Veteran's Day. They are live...Monday, noon eastern.
It's Halloween week...and what better way to celebrate than a return visit with their favorite "Munster". Join May and Cynthia as they do a fly-by and take Butch Patrick for a spin in their cyber time machine. He's with them...live...to talk about "Being Eddie Munster". He and May will be fresh off the Chiller Convention. They'll all be live...and flying without a net...Monday noon eastern.
Join May and Cynthia as they play catch-up and give you a preview of their guest line-up in the weeks to come. As always, flying without a net...no script, no filter...take a ride on their cyber-time machine..
His history with the legends stands as a tribute to his talents. The list includes John Lennon, Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder and The Rolling Stones. Legendary saxophonist, composer and songwriter Trevor Lawrence pulls up a seat and gets grilled by May and Cynthia as this week's Dinner Special...live...noon eastern.
The girls are back and hitting the ground running. This week they welcome back self-proclaimed investigative satirist Paul Krassner. He had a ringside seat for two of the most notorious cases of our era: the kidnapping of Patty Hearst and the assassinations of San Francisco Mayor George Moscone and gay activist Harvey Milk. Paul's dark humor and sharp observations of the absurdity in the handling of both cases is recalled in his book Patty Hearst and the Twinkie Murders. He's with May and Cynthia...live...Monday noon eastern. Seatbelts recommended...
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