Lee may have inadvertently burned down the Argyle Hotel in Hollywood during a Grammy party in the 90’s. That and some other rousing stories await on this very entertaining episode.
A podcast that explores the world through the eyes of entertainers, musicians, sidemen, roadies, recording engineers and people who make a living on stage and behind the scenes. Hosted by Hal Aaron Cohen.
If you have a tale to tell, we should talk.
If you spend (or have spent) a good part of your life on the road, in hotels, motels, performing in venues of any size, toured with a band, travel the country doing house concerts, play local gigs from tribute bands, cover bands, back up bands, one-man-bands…
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Joe Walla – The aka Million Dollar Man. Joe went from a successful sale guy to acclaimed rock musician. He’s played up and down the California coast and now tours the U.S. playing racing events, and hosts a popular Youtube Channel “Rockin’ and Racing with Joe Walla and Chris Seaward,
Tzach Gefen – one half of the team that hosts the TBI Podcast aka Talkin’ Bout Israel – and Stuff with his co-host: Mike Leibsohn
Johny Koolrock – How I became the legend of Blythe, CA
Andy Cahan – The most famous musician you never heard of. Andy was along-time keyboardist for The Turtles. HE also worked with George and Ringo, Harry Nilson, Frank Zappa
Tony Gamble – a bonafide shredder on guitar and ukulele. Tony recently signed with Warner Brothers Latin
Kenn Kweder – Philadelphia’s own rock n’ roll legendary icon talks about a whole lot of things as we dive into his past and explore his current projects.
Johnny Roquemore – Roquemore celebrated his 30th CD in 30 years (he releases a new CD every year). It’s called “The 30th Album.”
Earl Okin – The only person to have ever opened for Paul & Linda McCartney and WIngs. At 72, he’s still performing and has a podcast of his own!
Peter Tork Tribute – Remembering the man before, during and after his success as our favorite Monkee.
THANK YOU from Hal – Episode #4: A short “Thank You” for listening
Rick Denzien – Rick Denzien – Zero Emission Musician is an award-winning singer/songwriter, eco-activist, owner of bäh-fō studio, and an advocate for renewable energy and sustainability.
Dan May – Dan May is one of the most popular singer songwriters in the Philadelphia area. He often visits his home town of Sandusky, Ohio where he still performs for his longtime friends and fans.
Liz Miller – Liz is one half of the power-duo The XConditionals. She manages to balance a nursing career and a music career, yet still finds the time to be a wife, and mother of two kids.
Chad Watson – is a world class bass player… Artists he’s toured and/or recorded with include John York, Ronnie Milsap, Charlie Rich, Freebo and Bonnie Raitt, James Lee Stanley, Chris Hillman, The Burrito Brothers, Janis Ian, Ezra Mohawk and many others.
Gary Mazzola – Mazzola has been writing songs all his life and for the past few years since developing Parkinson’s disease, he’s devoted all his time to the art form. He is also directing plays at the local theater. (most recently, Young Frankenstein – the Musical)
Laura Cheadle – a funkadelic singer/songwriter from New Jersey Girl, who has been kicking off the new year with several performances.
Introduction to Tales of the Road Warriors – In my first episode, Hal Aaron Cohen (that’s me) talks a little about the new podcast.
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