Stephen Oliver is the author of fifteen titles of poetry. His work has appeared in innumerable international literary publications. A number of his creative non fiction works feature in Antipodes, A North American Journal of Australian literature.
Stephen has lived in Paris, Vienna, London, San Francisco, Greece and Israel. Signed on with the radio ship The Voice of Peace broadcasting in the Mediterranean out of Jaffa, Israel. Freelanced as production voice, narrator, newsreader, announcer, voice actor, vocal coach, journalist, radio producer, copy and feature writer. Lived in Australia for the last two decades. Currently resides in NZ .
2:30pm/ James speaks with Las Vegas producer/promoter Adam Steck, CEO of Steck Productions International Entertainment, about his work and some reflections on growing up in Fairfield. Adam brought one of his 5 shows currently featured in Vegas to Fairfield last year, the country's most successful male revue, The Thunder from Down Under.
3pm/ Enjoy another segment with Mike Ragogna who blogs for the Huffington Post and recently performed in the musical HAIR. Ragogna has been involved in many facets of the music business since he was 14 in Manhattan.
4pm/ James Moore interviews Jason Walsmith and Mike Butterworth, co-founders of seminal Iowa rock the Nadas, about their upcoming concert in Fairfield this Saturday, May 29th at the Sondheim Center. Opening act: She Swings, She Sways.