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Your  backstage pass for stories of celebrity excess, rock n roll debauchery and paranormal activity

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Gig at the Haunted Hotel

Back in 1980, while on the road in central Michigan, I discovered that there were more "guests" staying at the Presidential Arms Hotel than were actually registered.

 Larry Coryell

Renowned jazz guitarist, Larry Coryell, joined my Kent, Ohio based  jazz/funk band Northstar on stage in 1979, then hung out for an after show party at my apartment. Find out what Coryell did to get the party going when the beer ran out.

 Robert Lockwood, Jr.

The late great delta blues legend, Robert Lockwood, Jr., showed up to sit in with the Tom Bogus Band at Cleveland's Brother's Lounge and caused a rare occurrence of stage fright. 

 

Billy Sheehan

 

In the 90's I worked at Ohio music retailer, Lentine's Music. We featured in-store clinics by known recording artists. Among them, Elliot Easton (The Cars), Steve Morse (Dixie Dregs), Frank Gambale (Chick Corea Elektric Band), Alphonse Johnson (Weather Report) & Lita Ford (The Runaways). Most were professional and happy to share their knowledge. Then there was Billy Sheehan.

Law & Order Parma

 

 

In 1986 I worked as a salesman at Pi Keyboards & Audio in Parma, Ohio. When we discovered someone trying to fence a hot keyboard, the Parma Police went under cover to nab the perp. Click the button above to find out how the deal went down.