Today’s music industry is nothing like it used to be. Sure, you can still by genuine vinyl or CD albums from many different artists to relive the old days, but by and large, most of the new music consumption of … Continue reading
‘Without music, life would be a mistake.’ Friedrich Nietzsche You may be thinking that the music industry is full of talented, ambitious people – and you would be right. But with so many different roles to move into, there are … Continue reading
Dr. B and Dangerous Lee welcome Judge Alex E. Ferrer of TV’s Judge Alex.
Judge Alex is the only television judge with extensive police, legal and judicial experience, presiding over a wide array of cases, resolving complicated issues with his straight forward approach and cogent rulings. He’s also a Cuban refugee, fleeing Fidel Castro’s Communist regime at when he was one year old.
Then, Dr. B’s buddy Frank “franQ” Anthony Polito will stop by to discuss his new book “Band Fags“. The book, which is a semi-autobiographic coming-of-age while coming-out story, includes a chapter that takes place at a Judy Tenuta show.
We’ll find out just how semi-autobiographic the book is, whether franQ has plans to get gay married in California and we’ll play a round of “Are You Gayer Than a franQ Grader“
Also, musician Celeste Lear, known to her friends as “One-Ear Lear” because she is deaf in one ear, will stop by to play some tunes and to talk about her famous grandfather, inventor of the Lear Jet and the 8-Track.