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.
Justine, from PSYCHO BABBLE TV, visits the magnificent Renaissance Faire in Bristol, Wisconsin – Justine talks with Julie McMillin all about the Renaissance Faire and she learns about Mange A Moi, and speaks to all sorts of other interesting people that work there. Anubis was there and theded bob show. She knocks on a wenches chest and has a great time. Renfair.com/bristol
The definitive biography of the killer. H.H. HOLMES The True History of the White City Devil by Adam Selzer – Author Adam Selzer joins Mike Preston and Justine Hartel on the set of PsychoBabbleTV to talk about his book. They talk about HH Holmes being a lying swindler who committed insurance fraud and scammed everyone he could to make money. Holmes often needed to murder people in order to get them out of the way when they knew too much.
Live stage performance by Janet Gardner (Vixen) and Justin James at Lucky Star in Bartlett, Illinois. Justine Hartel of Psycho Babble TV interviews Janet and Justin before they took the stage for the night. They talk about writing, producing and recording music together and their partnership while coming up with their new album Janet Gardner which has a pending release date of August 18th 2017.
Chris Elise from Club 390 joins Justine Hartel and Nurse Filomena on PsychoBabbleTV at the 2017 Chicago Sexcon and several other fun interviews and outtake moments follow for lots of craziness and fun!! Other guest appearances include Jade of Stiletto Dance Studios, Adult Film Star Kimberly Chi, Jose Burns, Cinnamon from Aloudam Cigars, Pretzel Johnny of Pretzel Pipes, Adult Performer Cynthia Tazer, Cash Princess, Jade Creations, and Issac Hare of the band Sleeze.
Mike Preston and Justine Hartel start off the show by talking about how Justine’s mother had passed away on Christmas and now as the executor of the will Justine must now try and seek out her long lost half sisters that she has never met. Justine goes up to Heartbreakers Gentlemen’s Club in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and talks with performance artist Sarah Hunter about fashion, modeling and being a woman with her own opinions. Musical guests Jeff Givens and Jason Botka of The Mugshot Saints perform some music live on the show before joining Mike and Justine on the couch for an interview. Ace Frehley calls in on the celebrity hotline.
Mike Preston and Justine Hartel talk about atheism, paganism and the passing away of her mother on Christmas. Justine interviews Kip Winger. Kip talks about making the transition from rock music to playing classical music for the ballet and his album Conversations with Nijinsky. Rev. Jeremiah Stank of Stank Ministries visits PsychobabbleTV live on the show and Harry Caray calls into the show from Heaven.
Cast & Crew
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 sits down to talk with rock and roll bassist Kenny Aaronson who has played with Bob Dylan, Billy Idol, Joan Jett, Hall and Oates and Derringer, Dust, Stories and many more. Kenny Aaronson shares all kinds of stories about different bands and musicians that he has played with and also includes his experience of auditioning for the Rolling Stones. He also mentions playing with the Yardbirds and how he made the change from playing drums to becoming a bass player.
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.