Even though Gary has been interviewed many times on the radio as a musician/composer, since 2006, Gary is the radio host, curator and programmer for Radiotunes.com, JazzRadio.com, ClassicalRadio.com and ZenRadio.com. He created 4 Solo Piano channels, Best of the 60's channel, Oldies, 70's Hits, a Sinatra Style Channel, American Songbook channel, Modern and Swing Big Band channels, Contemporary Christian channel, the Beatles tribute channel (no longer on the air), 2 Piano Jazz channels, Mellow Jazz Piano channel and Love Smooth Jazz channel. He also does all the programming for 16 Smooth Jazz channels on Jazzradio.com & Radiotunes.com. During those years, he programmed several specials including interviews with artists and musical documentaries, some of which can still be heard. This page is a podcast of some specials that can be heard on-demand.
Keiko Matsui Special Radio Interview
Keiko Matsui was celebrating her 25th anniversary in the music business, having recorded several albums, mostly in the smooth jazz category. In 2013, she performed live at Jazziz Nightclub in Boca Raton, FL. Gary caught up with her and did a live interview. Interesting questions and answers can be heard in this special, along with music from her CD, Soul Quest.
The Rat Pack Special
The Rat Pack, Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr. were the biggest hit in Vegas and around the world in the 60's and beyond. This 2+ hour special features live performances, interviews, hilarious outtakes and some great music and fun. This special airs on Jazzradio.com's Sinatra Style channel every year.
The Fab Four Radio Interview & Music
If you're a Beatles fan, you will love this interview of one of the best, if not THE best Beatles tribute bands around. I had the pleasure of hearing them live and invited them to my house and studio for this radio interview. They were quite entertaining, fun and great to get to know. The Fab Four.
Best of the 60's Remembers Lesley Gore (1946-2015)
This radio special is a tribute to singer Lesley Gore that aired in 2015 on the 'Best of the 60's" channel after her passing. You can hear interviews and all of her many hits. Many people don't realize that Quincy Jones discovered and produced her first hit, It's My Party.