I catch up with Taylor Dayne, who is out on tour supporting the 30th anniversary of “Tell it to My Heart”. We discuss the origin of the song and her name. She’s had 18 songs reached the billboard top ten including, “I’ll Always Love You”, “Prove Your Love” and her number one hit “Love Will Lead You Back”.
I catch up with Maggie Roswell (The Simpsons), who tells me which of her characters is her favorite to voice. The Simpsons have had so many special guest stars over its almost 30 years, she tells me which her most memorable ones. We talk about the story behind getting to voice the iconic Sharry Bobbins. Maggie was an established on camera actress before The Simpsons, we discuss her cult classic movie “Midnight Madness” and what iconic TV show she turned down.
I catch up with the lead singer of Glass Tiger, Alan Frew, who tells me how the band got it’s name, how they got Rod Stewart to perform on one of their songs, and how he came up with the idea of his solo project, 80290Rewind
I have my wife, Jodi join me to chat with Alison Arngrim, who memorably played Nellie Oleson on Little House on the Prairie. She explains why she loved playing Nellie, why the show was so successful and the difficulties of shooting an 1800’s show in 1970’s/1980’s California. Alison tells a great story of the famous mud fight scene between Melissa Gilbert and herself. She tells us how her she got involved in the new web show Life Interrupted.
John Kapelos (The Breakfast Club, Forever Knight) joins the show to discuss he got the role of Carl the janitor in the Breakfast Club and John Hughes’ legacy. John also goes into why he wasn’t in the final season of Forever Knight.
Lori Majewski (co-author of Mad World, co-host of SiriusXM’s Feedback) joins the show to chat about new wave music, which is featured in her book Mad World.
I catch up with Dwight Schultz (The A-Team, Star Trek: The Next Generation) who tells me how he almost got fired from the A-Team and which Oscar-winning actress helped him get his role on TNG.