MARC MILLER has spent most of his life in and around music. He started buying records at age five. He's a little older now and shows no signs of quitting. After managing record stores in high school and college, Marc landed a job at famed WBCN, Boston when he was 19. There he was the Music Director and a DJ in addition to being a producer. Marc left Boston to help put WXRK (K-Rock, New York) on the air for which he is still doing penance. There he was a DJ, Assistant Program Director, and morning show producer. After a few years he gratefully accepted an offer to help start up MUZE, a music database company where he stayed for 20 years. He and his records reside in an undisclosed location in New England.
MIRIAM LINNA is the wax maven at New York record label, Norton Records and publisher of Kicks Books, both endeavors which exist to celebrate the unsung heroes of rock n' roll music. Miriam co-founded Norton Records with her late husband, Billy Miller. The pair were inspired to discover and issue unknown music that they had written about in Kicks magazine. Miriam loves to hoard, play, and rave about records, and is particularly hopped up about the Doo-Wop sounds of New York City and the inevitable and much wished-for KINKS REUNION! She lives in the borough she calls home, Brooklyn USA
Guitar Hero Johnny Witmer has been collecting records since the age of 5 when he hi-jacked his parents record collection, and thanks to his brother, has some of the best taste in music. He loves rockin' with his bands The Stitches & The Crazy Squeeze. He also loves beer, women & cheese (in that order). His show features high energy rock 'n roll, proto punk, glam, power pop, punk, rockabilly, blues & r&b non-stop. Keep rockin' kids...
Brian J. Waters has been a fixture in the LA music scene since moving there from Miami, FL in 1988. His first gig was at Bleecker Bob’s Records LA, where he spent the better part of a decade specializing in buying and selling vintage vinyl. In the early 90s, Waters joined fellow Miami transplants in the magnetic punk rock band “Coma-tones,” and then went on to form his own soul-inspired, high energy rock-n-roll combos “The Countdowns” and “The Flash Express,” where the LA Weekly called him “a hopped-up locomotive, screaming into his Telecaster pickups, luring women in the audience and shaking his God-given white ass.” (Oh Good Lord!!!) He’s also graced the stage and recording studio with artists ranging from Andre Williams and Rudy Ray Moore to DeeDee Ramone, Jane Wiedlin of the “GoGos” and most recently, the LA 10-piece, death doo-wop combo, “Jail Weddings.”
Atomic Cocktail producer Gene Sculatti (who’s never been photographed with Vic Tripp) helmed, with Art Fraud, The Cool & The Crazy radio show (1984-87, KCRW, Santa Monica), is the author of The Catalog of Cool, Too Cool and San Francisco Nights: The Psychedelic Music Trip and has written for Creem, Crawdaddy, Billboard and USA Today.