Not Fade Away Podcast

Not Fade Away Podcast “John David Booter” of Done Disappeared 0

 

Not Fade Away Podcast

 Episode 5: Done Disappeared with John David Booter

 

Welcome back to the Not Fade Away podcast!

I am so sorry to behind in my podcast posting but I promise to have full episodes soon talking about Jerry Garcia, Kurt Cobain, and the Altamont Festival.

In this special episode to close out the year for us I am talking to none other than THE John David Booter of the Done Disappeared podcast.  John David Booter is on a mission to find Clara Pockets from Davistown, Pennsylvania in October 1987.

Clara was last seen at the Piggly Wiggly carrying home a rather small birthday cake and no one seems to know what happened to her. She simply done disappeared.

John David Booter wants to find Clara and is using his podcast to get the word out about her done disappearance. I invited him on my show to talk about the music that was most popular in 1987 with our hope being that someone out there thinks they might have a notion of something about her whereabouts.

Here are the songs we discuss:

The Bangles “Walk Like an Egyptian”

Heart “Alone”

Gregory Abbott “Shake You Down”

Whitney HoustonI Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)”

Starship “Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now”

Robbie Nevil “C’est La Vie”

Whitesnake “Here I Go Again”

Bruce Hornsby “The Way It Is”

Bob Seger “Shakedown”

Bon JoviLivin’ On a Prayer”

To help John David Booter on this mission, follow him on Twitter @DoneDisappeared and follow the hashtags #ClaraPockets #WhereisClaraPockets #FindClara

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Margo D. @BrooklynFitChik www.brooklynfitchick.com

 

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The Not Fade Away Podcast Ep 4 “The Who in Cincinnati 1979” 0

 

Not Fade Away Podcast

Follow up to Episode 4: The Who in Cincinnati

Welcome back to the Not Fade Away podcast! Today’s’ episode we talk about the tragedy at Riverfront Coliseum in Cincinnati that took place on December 3, 1979. On that night 11 people were killed trying to enter the doors for a concert by The Who.

At the time it was the worst concert tragedy in American history. “Festival Seating” was demonized and the term “stampede” was irresponsibly used to describe it and other incidents over the years. So what actually happened that night? Take a listen to this show!

In this episode, I am helped by someone who was key to the disseminating information the night of Monday, December 3, 1979, in Cincinnati, Paul Wertheimer, founder, and principal of Crowd Management Strategies. The information he gives us will be invaluable to truly understand what happened and why the same mistakes keep popping up around the world.

The full list of those killed that day are as follows:

Karen Morrison 15 Finneytown OH

Stephan Preston 19 Finneytown OH

Philip Snyder 20 Franklin OH

Walter Adams Jr. 22 Trotwood OH

Peter Bowes 18 Wyoming OH

Connie Sue Burns 21 Miamisburg OH

Jacqueline Eckerle 15 Finneytown OH

David Heck 19 Highland Heights KY (Who had escaped the melee only to go back to save people and get crushed in the crowd.)

Teva Rae Ladd 27 Newtown OH (She left behind a husband and two children)

Bryan Wagner 17 Fort Thomas KY

James Warmoth 21 Franklin OH

I want to take this moment give a special shout-out to some of my best resources:

Paul Wertheimer

Wikepedia (Please support them by the way.)

Rock and Roll Tragedy From Rolling Stone magazine published January 4, 1980

Are The Kids Alright? By John Grant Fuller

People who provided voices:

Dana Buckler from the How is this Movie podcast as Major Dale Menkhuas

David the Producer from The Unwriteable Rant Podcast as Mark Helmkamp

Nick from the Dependent Independent Podcast as Phil Sheriden

Austin Beach from  the Wynabego Warrior The Tale Of John Waynnabe podcast as Richard Klopp

Jennifer Menges from widely travelled.com. as Diana Cubert

Stuart Menges from WidleyTraveled.com as Pete Townshend

Neil Cetrangolo of the Dark Angels & Pretty Freaks Podcast and the Halos & Heathens Vlog as Michael Kanzer

Erin Whitehehead of the Braless Podcast as our unnamed concertgoer

Sean Cocca from the Childhood Remastered Podcast as Dan Smith

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If you like what you hear–please subscribe and leave a review. Also–send me a note via social media (@NotFadeAway) if you want to reach out.

Thanks for checking out this podcast! If you have any suggestions for future eps–please reach out!

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Margo D. @BrooklynFitChik www.brooklynfitchick.com

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Not Fade Away Podcast

Ep 3:: John Belushi

 

Welcome to the episode three of the Not Fade Away podcast! Here we are getting to know the one and only John Belushi who was the godfather of my friend Kate Klenfner. (Really!) Kate offers some great insight and behind-the-scenes gossip about John and The Blues Brothers.

I am also helped in this show by some amazing talent including David the Producer and Juliette Miranda from the Unwriteable Rant podcast, Dana Buckler from How Is This Movie? Podcast, Deana Marie of the Twisted Philly podcast, Sean Cocca from the Childhood Remastered podcast, Nick from the Dependent Independent podcast, Chloe Levreault and Teresa Gunderson.

In this ep we discuss:

  • John’s first band and early taste for the limelight
  • His romance with Judy
  • His chaotic career with Saturday Night Live
  • The movies he loved and loathed to participate in
  • How quickly he descended into drug use
  • The origins of The Blues Brothers
  • The last few days of his life

If you like what you hear–please subscribe and leave a review. Also–send me a note via social media (@NotFadeAway) if you want to reach out.

Thanks for checking out this podcast! If you have any suggestions for future eps–please reach out!

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Margo D. @BrooklynFitChik www.brooklynfitchick.com

 

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Not Fade Away Podcast

Ep 2: Aaliyah

Welcome to the second episode of the Not Fade Away podcast! This time we are getting to know R&B goddess Aaliyah who sadly passed away in 2001 and the age of 22. I am lucky enough to be friends with someone who worked for Aaliyah for several years–Michelle Cramer.

I invited Michelle over to talk about her time with the Hip Hop queen and am so thankful for her input. In this show we really get to know the sweet person who was so beloved by her family, peers and most of all her devoted fans. I really want to take a moment and thank her for being so generous with her memories. She really poured her heart out talking about her late friend. 

In this ep we discuss:

  • Aaliyah’s musical upbringing (she was related to Gladys Knight!)
  • Her insistence on  being a good role model to her fans.
  • The rather unfortunate rumors/truth about her relationship to R. Kelly.
  • Her rise to the top of the Billboard charts
  • The acting career that could have been.
  • Her professionalism and attitude about how she treated folks who worked with her.
  • The boys who had a crush on her.
  • The sad details about her death.

I do not own the music rights to her work so I use some news clips as well as Michelle’s interview to tell this story. If you like what you hear–please subscribe and leave a review. Also–send me a note via social media (@NotFadeAway) if you want to reach out.

Thanks for checking out this podcast! If you have any suggestions for future eps–please reach out!

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Margo D. @BrooklynFitChik www.brooklynfitchick.com

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Not Fade Away Podcast

Episode 1: Jim Morrison

Hello and welcome to episode one of the Not Fade Away Podcast!

I am your host Margo D. and you might me know from the other shows I co-host and produce including Book Vs. Movie, the Fit Bottomed Girls Podcast and the Best Neighbors Podcast. (Or maybe not!)

Maybe you just happened upon the show doing a random search about today’s subject?  Either way?glad you are joining me today!

For this episode we talk about all things pertaining to the one and only Jim Morrison. Some gems include:

  • Clips of Jim’s Father Steve and Sister Anne from the excellent documentary When You’re Strange
  • My friend Andrea’s memories of her first Doors concert in 1967
  • The quick rise and fall of one of the most popular bands of the 1960s
  • The tops theories on how Jim “really” died and his after this life plans from Justin at American CrimeCast Podcast

Thanks for checking us out today!

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Margo D. @BrooklynFitChik www.brooklynfitchick.com