Rare & Scratchy Rock ‘N Roll

Helpful Links

We invite you to visit these “friends of R&SRNR” and/or helpful music information links:

Be sure to catch the Dreamwalkers Band whenever you are in the Greater Sarasota/Bradenton/Tampa/Clearwater/Venice, Florida area. Dr Dreamwalker (Richard Schulman) and Jeff Hocker (The Wave) began playing together years ago in local jams. Wanting to have expression of original material, they founded Dreamwalkers band in 2014. Jeff's wife, Lynn Hocker joined them along with flute player Keith Coker. Percussion was supplied by a digital drummer they lovingly called Jerome. Keith left the band in 2015. Lynn sang with them until August, 2017. Drummer Jeff Dillon replaced Jerome and joined Dreamwalkers in April, 2016. Lead Guitar player Tony Sheppard became a Dreamwalker in January, 2017. The songs are inspired by their increasing awareness of mortality, a wish for a higher perspective on life, a longing for love, and events in the world that have touched us all. The music is a blending of the path that each band member has taken and has multiple influences, but the sound has a signature all its own. https://dreamwalkersband.com/

Check out the adventures of 1960s D.J. Johnny Lizard in "Much More Wonderful Worm" -- now available at no cost at: http://jinglesamplers.com/muchmorewonderfulworm.htm   

This is the site for the "Doowop2Soul" show hosted by Nay and Soul Man Jan:

This is the site for the "3D Radio Activity" show hosted by Marty Masters:

This is the YouTube site for Curtis Linder's "Curtis Collects Vinyl" videos:

This is the site for a compelling, award winning mystery/suspense novel oriented toward classical music. The Lost Concerto, by Helaine Mario  (the Rare & Scratchy Rock 'N Roll staff's favorite fiction writer), tells the story of a classical pianist who is drawn into a search across France for her missing godson and a priceless concerto lost during World War II.  Music tells our stories.

The next two links are for the two-volume Answer Songs books that Radio Dave co-authored:


Dick Rosemont has created the best documented and most trusted reference site for the original versions of pop/rock and roll songs:

David Neale has assembled the most comprehensive site ever on the origins and original versions of songs Elvis Presley covered during his recording career:


These next two sites are particularly valuable for researching record labels and years for various 45s:


Jay Douglas provides authoritative insights on radio, podcasting, and related subjects on his web site and in his blog:


Kasha Rodig is an outstanding make-up and hair professional for all visual commercial media. Please visit her site for examples of her work and contact information.