Making of The Cover For Greg Kihn Again

Making of The Cover For Greg Kihn Again

Beserkley Records was different. They never did things by the book. Joel Turtle and Mathew Kaufman were mavericks, rogue businessmen with an eye for art. Beserkley was never in it for the money, they always thought they were in the art business. Mathew made a point...
Odds and Sods

Odds and Sods

Last night at 8:30 I was on the syndicated radio show ROCKLINE with Bob Coburn. I answered questions phoned in from the radio audience and had a ball. The only problem was that I was up way past my bedtime and today I am dragging my feet a little. I’ve been on...
Let us give credit where credit is due

Let us give credit where credit is due

Let us give credit where credit is due-  This CD is special.  It’s my legacy and it means a lot to me.  I got a hell of a team behind me, making it all possible.  Thank you all! The new CD is out and it looks great, the reviews are excellent, the band rehearsals are...
The old Beserkley house/headquarters

The old Beserkley house/headquarters

I’ve been thinking a lot about the early Beserkley days lately.  Visiting the old Beserkley house/headquarters at the corner of Spruce and Eunice in Berkeley really brought back some great memories.  The office was the kitchen and all of us crashed there at one...
It was a David and Goliath story

It was a David and Goliath story

Nobody wanted us. All four of the original Beserkley bands were orphans, some cut by their record companies, and some, like me, who had no record deal. Thrown together by circumstance, like all great things in rock & roll, it was the result of a happy collision of...

“Greg