CONVERSATIONS with Stewart B. Stewart@6and6
For the past 25 or so years, I have had a studio on South Beach. From time to time whenever my friends or friends of my friends were in town they would stop by for a cup of coffee and some stimulating conversation. Someone suggested that our conversations, along with some of the quirkier interviews I did for Alive on South Beach, would make an interesting radio show. After listening to hours and hours of taped interviews, I selected those I think are an entertaining mix. So sit back and ENJOY!
(Paul McCartney performs the Johnny Mercer classic, “Accentuate the Positive”)
Today on the show we have the second half of my conversation with hip-hop star Wyclef Jean . (Music-If I Were President-composed and song by Wyclef Jean
Performer/songwriter Desmond Child. Explains why “It takes a Diva to Control a Diva.”
(Music, “I Was Made For Loving You Baby performed by Desmond Child and Rouge.
Arsenio Hall stops by to say Hello!
Whatever happened to John Tesh? Wait till you see what he’s up to these days.
I have a quirky conversation with Dickie Smothers of The Smothers Brothers.
(Music-Smothers Brothers opening theme song )
When people talk about “The Miami theater scene”, the name Joe Adler is always part of the discourse, Learn Why!
TV producer, Barney Rosensweig (sitting in between actresses Tyne Daly and his wife Sharon Gless of Cagney and Lacey) stops by for some great conversation!
Heartthrob Jason Priestley (Beverly Hills 90210) explains what it was like to be a “heartthrob”.
Award winning Pulitzer Prize photographer, Brian Smith, shares what it was like when he won his award.
Our last conversation is with Richard Blanco, Poet Laureate of the United States.
ALL THIS and even more…
(Closing music composed and played by Sitar Master, Stephan Mikes)