Music Industry News Network [12-04-2012]
WILLIE BASSE Interviews Scorpions Drummer, JAMES KOTTAK And SCOTT PAGE (Pink Floyd )
Willie Basse “Tales From The Sunset Strip”
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December 3, 2012
Willie Basse “Tales From The Sunset Strip” Interviews Scorpions Drummer, JAMES KOTTAK And SCOTT PAGE (Pink Floyd / Supertramp) Friday December 7, 2012 at 3pm PST
Tales From The Sunset Strip is Rock n Roll Reality Television and Internet Radio at its finest, hosted by “Cultural Ambassador to The Sunset Strip” Willie Basse and sponsored by
Broadcasting live from the world famous Canter’s Deli Kibitz Room in Hollywood every Friday at 3pm PST, listeners and viewers experience the finest live music from The Tales House Band, which includes some of rocks most renowned musical artists like our musical director, Scott Page of Pink Floyd and Supertramp fame.
This week Willie Basse talks to JAMES KOTTAK from The Scorpions. Kottak has been with Scorpions for seventeen years, recording and touring the world. He has a new solo project called “Kottak” with cinematographer, Stephanie Smith who is recipient of several awards for her indie-film, “The Wanteds”
This week also features our House Bandmaster, SCOTT PAGE, who also plays Sax for Pink Floyd and Supertramp. Scott is a marketing and social media expert. He talks and shares insightful strategies and angles to enjoy success in this ever-changing, new world of independent entertainment business.
Tales From The Sunset Strip also covers Current News & Events, Concert Calendar, Cultural Entertainment, lost secrets and stories of Hollywood’s legacy. The show will broadcast live on the Twin Talk Cast network. Episodes will be available on iTunes and posted on YouTube at www.youtube.com/williebasse
To listen to the broadcast live, go to the website, http://thesunsetstriponline.com and click on Podcasts.
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