Thanks to Tekneshia for blogging my radio interview I did with her over a month ago! We had a fantastic time and it was an honor to be on her positive show!
My husband Dennis and I have been a fan of Surf Taco for several years now. And I was even more impressed today, finding out they now carry kombucha in their Red Bank facility. Mind you, I’m not a “hipster” — I’ve been drinking this stuff since 2004!
But even more wonderful is that Surf Taco is awesome enough to keep the price low! In most grocery stores (Shop Rite, Whole Foods and Fairway) GT’s kombucha is $3.59. And in indie health food stores I’ve seen it as high as $4, even $5!
So a big shout out to Surf Taco for keeping it real!
Thank you Surf Taco — you rock!
And while I’m at it, I might add that their vegan burrito is to die for! Which brings me to another reason to give three cheers to Surf Taco — they know what vegan means (no cheese!) YAY!
Gerard and Diane Barros are one of several entertainers I manage at my business, Pear Tree Enterprises (www.peartreeenterprises.com). Not only do I represent them, but I am a big fan too! This couple’s talent never ceases to amaze me and they are always adding new songs to their repertoire.
Today they performed at Glen Ridge Library, Glen Ridge, New Jersey — a show I booked them at — and had the audience in the palm of their hands. They did great covers by Fleetwood Mac, Carol King, Carly Simon, Linda Ronstadt, Sonny & Cher, Simon & Garfunkel, The Andrew Sisters and more!
I had a fabulous time and look forward to their next performance! For more information, visit: http://barrosmelody.com/
I had an amazing time reading from my book, “On the Guest List: Adventures of a Music Journalist” at Gallery U in Westfield, NJ. Another great turn out and sold many books!
“On the Guest List” is available on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/162903908X
Yesterday I was grateful that, as an author, I not only sold many books at a book signing, but that I was able to shake hands and chat with every single person who purchased a book. I said I never, ever, want to be the person who is “too busy” or “too overwhelmed” to not make someone feel as equally as special as they are making me feel. Life is a give and take and it’s important for us, as human beings to be at each others side, with no one above or below. With humble gratitude, I am thankful.
I had an amazing time this morning at the Bergenfield Library, where I did a book reading and signing for my first book: “On the Guest List: Adventures of a Music Journalist” (available on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/162903908X).
It was an excellent turn out! All the seats were filled! For the past several months I’ve been doing a lot of public speaking, but reading from your own book and having people enjoy it and say things like, “You were delightful” was phenomenal!
I shared several stories from my book including: My first concert (Meat Loaf), my friendship with the late Cyrinda Foxe, getting locked in Max’s Kansas City and hanging out with The Bay City Rollers!
I sold several books and I am ecstatic!
I love my lucky “Billy Cat” bag from my friend Shaolin.
I carry the books in here, it brings me good luck!
I enjoyed meeting new people I haven’t met before!
They were at the Annabella Lwin show last fall and saw my blog about the show!
I had so much fun being on Robert Sharpe’s radio program today! It’s now archived, so tune in: ENJOY: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/biteradiome/2014/04/21/on-the-guest-list-adventures-of-a-music-journalist
I spoke about being bullied in high school, hanging out at Max’s Kansas, my late friend Cyrinda Foxe, The Plasmatics, Lori Burton and so much more!
To purchase my book, “On the Guest List: Adventures of a Music Journalist” please visit: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/162903908X
EDIT: So cool my friend Eli listened FROM PARIS!