In this episode, I visit with Dianne Grossman, actor George Sear, legendary singer Dionne Warwick, bandleader Doc Severinsen, and author Jeffrey S. Stephens.
Dianne Grossman tells about the tragic story of her family that’s depicted in the documentary “Mallory” – which is available now. Find more information at www.mallorysarmy.org
Actor George Sear (“Love, Victor”) shares with us about his pandemic inspirations, and the new film “REEFA” – which will be available on demand tomorrow(4/16/21).
Legendary singer Dionne Warwick shares about her Mother’s Day livestream celebration hosted by Mandolin platform. Tickets available at https://boxoffice.mandolin.com/pages/dionnewarwick. She also shares about one of her new, surprising collaboration partners!
Bandleader on “The Tonight Show” for many years, and trumpet virtuoso Doc Severinsen talks about the documentary PBS American Masters – Never Too Late: The Doc Severinsen Story vailable at pbs.org.
Political analyst/columnist/author Jeffrey S. Stephens drops by to tell us about his new book “Fool’s Errand” which is available now. We also talk about the possible light at the end of the coronavirus tunnel. Find more at www.jeffreystephens.com.