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Comedy Club Owner and Emmy Award Winning Actor (Everybody Loves Raymond) Brad Garrett stopped by to have an extended chat with the hosts of “Night Views”

Singer, Song-writer and artist Grace Slick stopped by and talked to “Night Views” about her amazing and turbulent career in the music business.

Comedian and “Howard Stern Show” regular Jim Florentine was a guest on “Night Views” via telephone from the “Family Room” in the hospital the day after his son was born to talk about his thoughts on being a dad, his career, and upcoming endeavors.

Musician, Song-writer, Singer Marcella Detroit aka Marcy Levy was a featured guest on “Night Views” to talk about her amazing career from co-writing the Eric Clapton hit “Lay Down Sally” to becoming one half of “Shakespears Sister” singing the #1 hit “Stay”, to a notable solo career and much more. There was so much to talk about with Marcy that she stayed for the whole 2 hour show and will hopefully be returning very soon.

When her album, “Latin Roots” was released, Lucie Arnaz came by “Night Views” to talk about the inspiration behind the album, her show biz career and the support she received from her family.

Grammy Award Winning Song-Writer (“After the Love Has Gone”, “Turn Your Love Around”) and former frontman of rock group “Chicago” Bill Champlin has stopped by “Night Views” twice along side wife, Tamara Champlin to talk about his career, what’s new to come and even perform a few live songs.

Tamara Champlin has been a guest several time on “Night Views” to perform, talk about song-writing, family and her career.

Comedian and Televison Host (Yahoo’s “Primetime in No Time”, “Street Smarts”) Frank Nicotero was a two time guest on “Night Views” to laugh it up with the hosts about current events and to talk about his comedy career.

Singer, Song-writer and musician Keith Chagall came by “Night Views” to promote his amazing new album “Invitation” and present the opening theme that he wrote for the show, “Only on Night Views”.

Singer, Song-writer and guitarist extraordinare stopped by “Night Views” to talk about his Grammy nomination for his album with The Mick Fleetwood Blues Band, his time with Fleetwood Mac when he replaced Lindsey Buckingham, and his solo album “Lucky in Love”.

Song-writing legend and performer Billy Vera stopped by to talk about some of his career highlights including his hugely successful #1 hit “At This Moment”, which he sings a little bit of on the show.

Singer, Song-writer and Musician Michael Caruso was a guest featured on our Song-writer’s Spotlight where he performed live music, talked about his music he wrote, and what is to come in his growing career.

The WWE Diva turned Actress stops by “Night Views” to promote the “After-School All-Stars” charity and talk about her upcoming films and her feelings on being a “Dancing With The Stars” finalist.

Poker Icon and “Celebrity Apprentice” finalist Annie Duke was happy to do an on location interview for “Night Views” with former host Michael Nayt. “Night Views” produced a PSA with Annie for the “After-School All-Stars” charity. She tells “Night Views” about the charity event she is hosting as well as her thoughts today on dealing with Joan Rivers on the “Celebrity Apprentice”.

Poker Star Tiffany Michelle did a live on location interview for “Night Views” with former host Michael Nayt at the “Annie Duke After-School All-Stars Celebrity Poker Tournament”.

Rising superstar Will Champlin came by “Night Views” to perform some live music, talk about his singles, and tell us about his song “Ordinary Me” that was featured on Heather Headley’s Grammy Award Winning Album “Audience of One”.

Independant artist Michelle Mangione stopped by on “Night Views” with pal Grace Slick to talk about the single they wrote, “The Edge of Madness” about the oil crisis in New Orleans.

Rock Group Chicago’s Orginal Drummer and Founding Member Danny Seraphine stopped by “Night Views” and told us about his time with Chicago as well as what led to his termination. He also tells about forming his current band “California Transit Authority”.

Former Rufus and Chaka Khan keyboardist David “Hawk” Wolinski stops by “Night Views” to talk about working some of the greats in music including Chicago, Michael Jackson, Chaka Khan and writing some of their biggest hits.


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