When I worked for Entertainment Tonight I got to emcee Paul McCartney's press conference.
I could not do the film Spinal Tap because I was already at MTV and it was occupying all my time.
I am like the little rock n' roll backseat driver.
I was in the pilot for Spinal Tap before it was a movie.
When I worked for Entertainment Tonight I got to emcee Paul McCartneys press conference.
Christopher Guest movies are my top of the line favorites.
I have two syndicated radio shows though United Stations Radio Network.
The hardest and worst interview that I have ever done was with Frank Zappa.
We put all these things together into a tangible product that is The Rock N' Roll Mystery Tour.
When you are young your imagination is so clear.
Interviewing people is pretty natural for me.
A regret I have was never being able to interview George Harrison. I just loved him but I never had a chance to interview him.
The heyday of video music was the mid 80's.
I am a curious person and, believe it or not, I really do like to sit back and listen to people's stories.
I grew up in Ohio, and I was a musicologist since I was little; it is all that I would ever read.
Because I was the blonde, I was promoted as the video vixen.
People that really know me will tell you that I am not a video vixen.
My reading is always about musical biographies. I have an innate interest and passion for that.
First of all, you needed a budget to do the video. The record companies would pick and choose who got videos.
Now that the 90's are over and more time has gone by, the 80's sound fresh again.
I worked with three people who were doing video music shows before MTV.
The thing that they were more freaked out was that I had done a spread for Playboy years before, and as Playboy always does, they exploit the exploitation and re-release different pictures.
I get real excited when I hear my shows on the radio.