Category: Celebrities

Beverley Staunton, Singer on Dancing With The Stars, Has A Country-Pop CD Titled Everything Changes

Beverley Staunton nearly gave up on her singing career until a phone call landed her an audition to be a singer on Dancing with the Stars. From there, her career has skyrocketed. We discuss her latest CD, appropriately named Everything Changes.

Shawn Rae Bridges The Gap Between East And West In An Effort To Unite The World

Shawn Rae is a multi-talented, Muslim humanitarian. His cross-cultural upbringing makes him uniquely positioned to bridge the gap between Islam and the West. He explains cross-cultural differences and why he believes the onus is on Muslim communities to assimilate into American culture.

Peter Baumann, Formerly Of Tangerine Dream, Explains The Evolution Of The Ego In Humans

Peter Baumann started his career in music and transitioned to create a think tank focusing on a philosophical exploration of well being and quality of life. We discuss his latest book, Ego: The Fall of the Twin Towers and the Rise of an Enlightened Humanity.

Steve Sax Explains How To Shift To Change Our Mindset And Change Our World

Steve Sax is a 5-time Major League All Star who played for the Los Angeles Dodgers. We explore how to develop a winner’s mindset in business and life from his book Shift: Change Your Mindset and You Change Your World.

J.D. Souther Recounts His Career And The Forthcoming Ventura Folk Festival

J.D. Souther is a singer-songwriter of country rock who heavily influenced the music of the 70s and 80s. Friends with Glenn Frey of the Eagles and Jackson Browne, his musical fingerprint is seen throughout the country rock era. We discuss his musical career and the upcoming Ventura Folk Festival.

Christine Devine Talks About 17 Years Of Helping Foster Children Get Adopted And Her Book Finding A Forever Family

Christine Devine is a familiar face for many of us. She’s a news anchor in Los Angeles. We discuss her avocation in life, helping foster children to be adopted from her latest book Finding A Forever Family.

Ralph Nader Speaks Out In Favor Of Elizabeth Warren for Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Leader

Ralph Nader is revered by some—vilified by others. Nonetheless, he has earned a reputation for outspoken, public service. He believes President Obama is acting cowardly by bypassing Elizabeth Warren to lead the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. We discuss why.

Rick Santelli Talks About The Economy, National Debt And The Chicago Board Of Trade

Rick Santelli CNBC’s editor from the floor of the Chicago Board of Trade. His no-nonsense style of reporting on the bond and currency markets make him a favorite among investors concerned with the growing size and scope of government involvement in the financial markets. We discuss the end of Quantitative Easing II and the future of the bond and currency markets.

Academy Award Winner, George Chakiris, Reviews His Career And West Side Story

George Chakiris is an Academy Award winning actor for his role in West Side Story in 1961. We discuss his acting career and the honor bestowed upon him by the Ventura Film Festival at this year’s gala opening night.

Bill Frank’s Guests

Here is the lineup of guests for Guests For October 5, 2013

Guests For October 5, 2013

My guests this week are Bob McCord, founding member of VREG, talking about Ventura's budget woes; healthcare expert Sally Pipes exposing the flaws of Obamacare as the Insurance Exchanges open for business; and Stuart Crain, CEO of TVTalk discussing how his app will revolutionize television viewing. Read More

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