WE HAVE A GREAT SET of interviews with some very very interesting people which includes:
A conversation with Robert Platshorn, one of the most infamous marijuana smugglers of the 60’s who served 29 years in prison for smuggling over a half a million tons into the US. Guess what he’s up to these days?
The first part of my interview with hip-hop artist Wyclef Jean, he talks about coming to America and what it was like growing up in Coney Island Brooklyn and how he became one of the biggest hip-hop artists in the world. (The second half of this interview will be heard on our next show, HOUR 4)
If you are doo-wop fan of the 50s here’s an opportunity to meet Terry Johnson who arranged “I Only Have Eyes For You”.
TV and Broadway producer Barney Rosenzweig stops by for a little coffee and conversation and talks about the difficulties of producing the show for Broadway. Barney Rosenzweig with wife, Sharon Gless
I bumped into legendary TV producer Norman Lear (All In The Family, Maude, The Jeffersons and many more number one TV sitcoms) and we had a small conversation .
The story lady always has a great story in rhyme form to share with the audience . .
Eveline Pierre who wants to help Haitians assimilate into our culture has written an interesting book.
“Earthman”, the superhero who wants to educate the world about the best ways to save
the planet drops in to chat and share his mission with our audience
The best Swedish export since it’s meatballs and actress Greta Garbo is actress Lena Olin
who we caught up with at a recent Miami International Film Festival event.
ALL THIS and so much more…on “CONVERSATIONS with Stewart@6and6