Monday, September 2, 2013

Net TV and radio shows showcase baby boomer celebs, indy talent deserving wider exposure, and current stars

Net TV and radio shows showcase baby boomer celebs, indy talent deserving wider exposure, and current stars
Evan Ginzburg’s Legends TV and Radio and Steve Ludwig’s Classic Pop Culture provide worldwide forums for an eclectic array of guests

New York, NY- September 2, 2013  What do Evan Ginzburg, Associate Producer of the classic film, The Wrestler with Mickey Rourke, and author/educator Steve Ludwig have in common?
A love of pop culture, baby boomer celebrities, and a passion for the Arts.
Evan Ginzburg, a Forest Hills, New York resident,  is the host of the nearly decade long running Legends Radio ( heard Wednesday nights 7-9:20PM EST and archived 24/7. He has featured an amazing list of celebrity interviews including Ray Manzarek of The Doors. Billy Corgan of Smashing Pumpkins, Roberta Flack, Judy Collins, Jimmy Webb,  Paul Reiser, Andrew Dice Clay, David Alan Grier (In Living Color), Paul Mooney, Marty Allen, Pat Cooper, 30 Rock’s Judah Friedlander, Jackie “The Jokeman” Martling, Shelly Berman, Norm McDonald (Saturday Night Live), Joe Franklin, Amy Shumer, Jenny McCarthy, Lucie Arnaz, Sherwood Schwartz (Creator Brady Bunch), Matty Simmons- (Producer Animal House and Caddyshack), Robert Vaughn, Marilyn Michaels, Wayne Brady, Jack LaLanne, Roddy Piper, Bruno Sammartino, and countless others including a wide range of indy talent deserving wider exposure from film makers to musicians of all genres.
Watch the promo for Legends Radio by clicking here:

Steve Ludwig of Fort Lee, New Jersey is regaling “old school” nostalgia loving baby boomers with his fascinating guests on his Classic Pop Culture radio show as well. Heard Tuesdays 6-7:30PM at the radio show’s distinguished guests include author S.E. Hinton (The Outsiders, Rumblefish), Question Mark (96 Tears), Ian Lloyd (Brother Louie), Bob Cowsill, Jerry Samuels (AKA Napoleon XIV), Spanky McFarlane and many others including noted  musical archivists.

Combining forces, Ginzburg and Ludwig started  Evan Ginzburg’s Legends TV, heard Saturdays 11AM est at and archived 24/7 both there and at In a Johnny Carsen meets Ed Sullivan style one hour format they feature talented guests who not only are interviewed but perform live. House band leader Edwin Vazquez performed on The Capeman soundtrack along with Paul Simon and Marc Anthony. They pride ourselves on presenting not only eclectic guests including singers, rappers, writers, dancers, filmmakers, comedians, magicians, models and more, but also providing some of the hottest musical jam sessions seen anywhere today, mashing up musical genres with electrifying results.
Watch the promo for Legends TV by clicking here:

For stars of the past, present and future, and incredible artists deserving wider exposure, there is no greater forum for worldwide exposure than Evan Ginzburg’s Legends TV and Radio and Steve Ludwig’s Classic Pop Culture shows.

Evan Ginzburg is a 20 plus year radio veteran formerly with 50,000 Watt WBAI-FM 99.5 NYC (Pacifica Radio). He is the Associate Producer and appears as himself in The Wrestler starring Mickey Rourke. He is a Producer on the documentary Theresa Sareo-Alive Again ( featuring Gary Sinise and director of the upcoming music industry documentary, The Stage is an Altar. He is the author of the autobiographical short story collection, Apartment 4B, Like in Brooklyn on 60s and 70s East Flatbush.

Steve Ludwig is an author (See You in CCU), longtime NJ based educator, and co-host of Legends TV.

Dr. Mike Lano (Co-host Legends Radio) is a journalist and photographer since 1966 whose work has appeared in worldwide media including the U.S., Japan, Mexico and innumerable books.

For media requests, sponsorship and advertising opportunities, and booking opportunities contact:

Evan Ginzburg

Steve Ludwig

Dr. Mike Lano

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