Ayla joins Mike Preston on Psycho Babble TV to start off the show and they talk about Ayla’s amazement with technology and learning things on the internet and mentions some memorable quotes. Ben Marengo visits the show and performs his song Sue. DJ Mann goes to Beatlefest and talks to some of the people he meets there including Sgt. Pepper, a man in a yellow submarine, and some guys playing guitar. Ben Marengo joins Mike Preston and Ayla on the couch to chat for a few. Nigel Baxter calls in on the celebrity hotline to represent Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones and help translate his phone conversation.
Cast & Crew
Justine Hartel – Hogan
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!
Classic Rock Jock “DJ Mann” chats with author Marti Edwards about her book 16 in ’64 The Beatles & The Baby Boomers which is about her experience growing up in the Chicago area during her teen years and starting a large Beatles fan club.
Mike Preston and Justine Hartel invite special guest Vice Presidential Candidate Paco from the Richardson Paco campaign into the studio to talk politics and he reveals some interesting security footage of running mate Dick Richardson. Mike also spends some time talking with music producer Mark Hudson at Beatlefest 2016 in Chicago.
Mark Hudson takes a few minutes to talk with Mike Preston from PSYCHO BABBLE TV. Mark talks about the importance of song writing and a little bit about working with the Beatles and Steven Tyler of Aerosmith.
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.
Mike Preston sits down for an interview with Tommy Roe and they talk about performing with the Beatles and memories of Elvis. Mike asks Tommy Roe how he managed to stay relevant during a time when the Beatles became so popular while other musicians got left behind. He decided to come up with a different soft rock sound which includes his hit song Sweet Pea and he became the king of bubblegum music. They also talk about Tommy’s guest appearance on Green Acres as Tadpole Talbot and Tommy’s desire to become an actor.