Mike introduces the newly married Justine to the show and they talk about the wedding and Mike Preston’s one minute wedding videos. Mike shares a clip of his visit with the Head Ned of the Neddle band Okilly Dokilly and they talk about some of their songs on the album Howdilly Doodilly. Pet psychic Dante Inverness comes on the show to talk with some more animals including Justine’s parakeet Tippy and Doodle the dog. There is a call on the celebrity hotline from Alf who appears to be afraid of the pet psychic.
Cast & Crew
Mike sits down to talk with Jack Russell who discusses plans about acoustic versions of old Great White songs for the 30 year anniversary. Jack mentions a book that he is working on coming out with about what his life used to be like. Jack Russell’s Great White’s new album He Saw it Coming recently came out and Mike asks him to tell us some more about it as well as the upcoming album. Jack also speaks about an emotional event that he is still trying to deal with today.. a fire that lead to the death of 100 people including friends at the Great White show in 2003.
Mike Preston starts out the show talking with Neil Innis of the Rutles about his television experiences with his mockumentary and having to write new Beatles songs based on his memories of their music and what was happening in his life at the time. Neil also talks briefly about Monty Python and his whistle. Next up Mike sits down with radio personality Terri Hemmerlt and she recalls becoming a fan of the Beatles and what it was like getting the chance to meet them. Denny Laine joins Mike Preston to talk about his ten years of being a guitarist for Wings and working with Paul McCartney. A little later on Mike also meets up with singer, song writer, producer, and entertainer Mark Hudson while at Beatlefest. Mark tells all kinds of fun stories about working with the Beatles.
Mike introduces radio legend and Beatle historian Terri Hemmert and asks her “Why the Beatles?” and Terri explains how she became a life long Beatles fan. Terri Hammert decided to be a radio disc jokey so she could have a chance to meet the Beatles. Watch this interview to find out what happens!
DJ Mann starts off the show with Beatles fans Janette and Rachel, author Daniel Hartwell and Roseanne Bottone the authors of the book Saint John Lennon. He meets up with Sgt. Pepper for a moment and then listens to a little bit of guitar music and a guy in a yellow submarine comes floating by.