Louise Harrison takes a few minutes to talk with Mike Preston from PSYCHO BABBLE TV about her book My Kid Brother’s Band The Beatles and recalls what it was like trying to spread the word about the band back before they became popular.
Justine Hartel and Mike Preston talk about theater, theatrical education, acting and the performing arts and then Mistress Mr Junior does a live dance performance on the show. Mike Preston talks with Louise Harrison at Beatlefest 2016 in Chicago, Illinois USA. Raven Gemini talks about the burlesque Rollin Outta Here Naked produced by Vaudezilla which is a burlesque parody of The Big Lebowski. There is also a guest phone call from Ace Frehley.
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Mistress Mr. Junior
Mike Preston and Ayla start off the show talking about learning from history and bring up topics like society, politics and religion over the centuries. Mike talks with Carmine Appice about his time with the Rod Stewart band and book Stick It My Life of Sex Drums and Rock N Roll. Independent presidential candidate Dick Richardson visits the show and claims that Elvis Presley is alive and a member of the Taliban. Evil Dave calls in on the phone and reads his top ten list “Little Known Facts About the Trump Family”. Dr Burnbaum shows up too and asks to be Dick Richardson’s surgeon general.
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Mike Preston of Psycho Babble TV sits down with rock drummer Vinny Appice (Dio, Derringer, Black Sabbath) to talk about family, debauchery and music. Vinny talks about a dry ice incident and resulting injury during a live stage show. They also talk briefly about book writing and upcoming tour plans.
Mike Preston talks with rock drummer Carmine Appice (Vanilla Fudge, Beck, Bogert & Appice and Rod Stewart) which you can read all about in Carmine’s book Stick it My Life of Sex, Drums and Rock N Roll. Carmine Appice talks about being influence and inspired by Gene Krupa and drumming with Vanilla Fudge. Carmine’s advice to a new drummer is to start a wedding band because of the difficulty level of starting a new band and the struggle of getting paid in the music industry these days.
Mike Preston of Psychobabble TV talks with Ace Frehley on the celebrity hotline while live on the air in the studio. He mentions having a new album of cover songs with Paul Stanley. Mike recommends Dobie Maxwell’s book Monkey in the Middle while Dobie listens in to the call with Dr. Burnbaum on the couch. Ace tells some jokes for the show from his comedy routine.