DONNA LINN AND COMPANY
Donna Linn and Company features interviews with well-known authors, entertainers, artists, business leaders and entrepreneurs. Upcoming guests include actress Diane McBain and writer/producer Geoffrey Mark.
1 - MICHAEL MICHAUD
Prominent writer Michael Michaud, author of "Sal Mineo, A Biography," discusses the many facets of the personal and professional life of actor Sal Mineo. Michael's work has appeared in numerous magazines and publications, including the Los Angeles Times. An animal rights defender, Michael was treasurer and principal fundraiser for the Roar Foundation, founded by actress Tippi Hedren. Michael is a frequent panelist at show business conferences and seminars, speaking about Hollywood history and the subject of discrimination in Hollywood.
2 - STEVE STOLIAR
Steve Stoliar, author of Raised Eyebrows, My Years Inside Groucho's House, discusses his career as Groucho Marx's personal secretary and archivist, along with a multitude of stories and anecdotes about the one and only Groucho.
3 - LEE TANNEN
Playwright Lee Tannen, author of I Loved Lucy discusses his longtime friendship with actress Lucille Ball. The play, based on the book debuts at the Laguna Playhouse in Laguna Beach, California on October 5th and runs through October 31st.
4 - MARTI RULLI
Marti Rulli, coauthor of "Goodbye Natalie, Goodbye Splendour" gives a detailed account of the events that led to the mysterious death of Hollywood legend Natalie Wood off the coast of Catalina Island on November 28, 1981, as told to her by coauthor Dennis Davern, captain of the "Splendour." Natalie Wood was the star of numerous films including "Miracle on 34th Street," "Splendor in the Grass" and "Gypsy." "Goodbye Natalie, Goodbye Splendour" is available at E-Reads.com, Amazon and Barnes and Noble.
5 - AL HAMMERMAN
Composer and lyricist Al Hammerman discusses his latest compositions and his upcoming concert for the benefit of the Make A Wish Foundation, Friday, March 25th at the Sheldon Concert Hall in St. Louis. The show also stars Debbie Lennon, Arvell Keithley, Alan Oxenhandler and Kim Fuller.
6 - THE WRIGHT BROTHERS BAND
Known as "Indiana's Band," Tim, Tom and John of The Wright Brothers discuss the band's longevity, versatility and how they were chosen to do the soundtrack for the movie "Overboard" starring Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn.
7 - NATHAN OSMOND
Nathan Osmond, (of the Osmond Family) returns to Donna Linn and Company where he discusses his new production, "Pacific Swing Hawaii" and sings, "Will you Love Me?" Nathan is the son of Alan Osmond, pop icon of the 60s and 70s.
8 - CHRIS BENNETT and SARAH TAYLOR
Grammy-nominated composer Chris Bennett discusses her latest CD "Sail Away" as well as her longevity in the music industry. Singer/songwriter Sarah Taylor discusses her new CD "The Cure to Everything" and longtime collaboration with music producer Bill Mumy.
9 - PAT BRANNON
Writer, speaker and children's author Pat Brannon has penned eight books, including her soon to be released, "The Swizzledorfers Visit the Big Top." Pat speaks to numerous organizations on a variety of topics, including the subject of bullying. To learn more about Pat and to purchase her books, go to Patbrannon.com, as well as Amazon.com. You may also visit Pat on her Facebook fan page.