Jeff Senour Pilot by day Rock star by night and Podcast host in between.
From the Pentagon to Pearl Harbor and destinations in between, this Pilot by day Rocker by night brings to you Backstage Pass. As a Commercial Airline Pilot, Motion Picture Film Pilot and Singer/Songwriter, Jeff Senour has always been a Renaissance Man, that person that believed you can achieve anything if you put your mind to it and live your dreams. From Hollywood blockbuster films as a Screen Actors Guild Pilot, to Singer/Songwriter, Jeff also has always had the gift of music and aviation has been a huge part behind the inspiration of his songwriting. As the front man of CTS-Called To Serve rock band, they have performed in venues across America inspiring people of all ages to live their dreams. Jeff now hosts Backstage Pass as a sort of inside look into the lives of incredible people doing amazing things and making a positive impact on this world. Bringing interesting people behind the scenes in great discussions about how they arrived where they are today. Tune in as Jeff introduces you to some amazing people many of whom you have heard of and some you’ll want to know about.
Scott started anchoring on Good Morning Arizona about six months after the show was started and has been the anchor for 30 years now. Scott graduated with a degree in Radio and Television and quickly got a job in the nation's smallest TV market in Kirksville, MO.
Scott won an Emmy award for his coverage of the L.A. riots. He also has been nominated for an Emmy and has won several local awards for his reporting. Scott also covered some of the more important stories of the last couple of decades, including the O.J. Simpson trial and Oklahoma City bombing.
Mike Castronovo Founder & CEO at CrowdMusic.com
Crowd Music is a Music Distribution Company that is driven to bring the Value back to the Music Industry by paying Creatives fairly, as well as paying Music Fans who share and promote their favorite artists, songwriters and bands. What if you could get PAID for sharing music? Artists & Songwriters Get Paid. Music Fans Get Paid. Everybody Wins.
Hubert Rowland is a core part of the Nitro Circus team, Travis Pastrana's mechanic, a stunt man and a world renowned track builder for Nitro Circus, Supercross, Monster Jam, X Games, Global Rally Cross and several other entities.
Kristen Almer is a Sponsorship consultant with 30 years of experience helping corporations, sanctioning bodies, producers, promoters, race team owners, drivers, athletes and influencers
Kristen Almer's 11-year-old nephew died in an ATV crash in 2013. He wasn’t wearing a helmet. “If we can just teach children to put a helmet on their head and we can teach them the importance of safety certification, we know we are going to safe lives. Plain and simple."
Let's Ride exists to help all of us remember the importance of putting safety first in our outdoor activities, especially in the power sports world. You can learn the principles of safety first - before being forced into a negative life change because of an accident. letsrideamerica.com
Did you know one out of every five all-terrain vehicles fatalities is under the age of 16, 90% of those a child wasn’t wearing a helmet, and 95% percent of them didn’t have a safety certification.
Dr. Ronald Genova, MD is an emergency medicine specialist in Phoenix, AZ and has been practicing for 32 years. Dr Ron is here to help us all understand what the DR's are doing on the front lines to help people with Covid 19.
Bruce is a founding member, guitarist, pianist, Keyboard, and singer of lead and backing vocals in the original Alice Cooper group. He co-wrote many of the group's hit songs, with some or all of the other members of the group. Bruce has recorded on all Alice Cooper Albums, as well as several solo Albums.
Jim Palmersheim and Medal of Honor recipients Gary Littrell are Chairman and vice President of the Tribute to Valor Foundation. There mission is to Inspire the youth of America to ask themselves “Who am I?” and to answer by reflecting on the six core values of the Medal of Honor.
We accomplish our goals by working with school districts and bringing Medal of Honor Recipients, those who have earned our nation’s highest award for valor in combat, to engage with students through assemblies, workshops, presentations and unique immersive experiences.
Andre Roberson is and Musician, Actor, Producer and the CEO / Executive Director of Power Of One Foundation. The goal of he Foundation is to feed those who are hungry, love those who are alone, serve where there is need, and make a significant impact in ending hunger locally and globally.
Howard Blank has been performing professionally for over half a century. As an original member of the outsiders, he has had five top 40 hits including the mega hit “Time Won’t Let Me”, a million plus seller. Howard is also listed in the “Rock ‘N Roll Hall of Fame” in his home town, Cleveland. After a prestigious career he decided to share his gift and began to teach the next generation of up and coming drummers.
He is one of our San Diego locations’ original teachers and has been with Bertrand’s for over a decade. Howard is also the founder, leader, and drummer of San Diego’s, The Legends “Doo-Wop ‘N Roll Revue”.
The Outsiders were an American rock and roll band from Cleveland, Ohio that was founded and led by guitarist Tom King. The band is best known for its Top 5 hit "Time Won't Let Me" in early 1966, which peaked at No. 5 in the US in April, and the band also had three other Hot 100 top 40 hit singles.
Little Anthony and the Imperials is an American rhythm and blues/soul vocal group from New York City founded by Clarence Collins in the 1950s and named in part for its lead singer, Jerome Anthony "Little Anthony" Gourdine, who was noted for his high-pitched voice. In addition to Collins and Gourdine, the original Imperials included Ernest Wright, Glouster "Nate" Rogers, and Tracey Lord, the last two of whom were subsequently replaced by Samuel "Sammy" Strain. The group was one of the very few doo-wop groups to enjoy sustained success on the R&B and pop charts throughout the 1960s.
Award winning actor Jack Scalia, a Brooklyn native, was an All-American athlete in high school, playing three sports through college. In 1971 he was the # 1 draft pick for the Montreal Expos and the 3rd overall. He has competed in four triathlons the prestigious ” Liberty to Liberty”, run in four marathons that includes the Boston Marathon with an impressive time of 3 hrs 7 min 32 sec. He took advantage of his muscular build and macho good looks by modeling with Armani, later joining the Ford Modeling Agency and signing on as the “Jordache Jeans Man” and the “Eminence Brief Man”.
In January 1980, Scalia made the transition into acting, which led to his first film role in the mini-movie, The Star Maker (1981), starring the late Rock Hudson. Scalia got his first taste of series stardom as an unshaven, rough-and-tough detective who joins forces with his slick and debonair father (Hudson again) in the TV series, The Devlin Connection (1982). Though the series had a short life, Scalia received scads of attention. His more popular telefilm credits included I’ll Take Manhattan (1987), Ring of Scorpio (1991), Jackie Collins Lady Boss and was nominated as Best male actor in a mini-series by the American Television Awards (1992)”. He starred in the Iconic series Dallas”(1989) in which he received a best supporting actor in the ”Soap Awards Primetime” More recently, he returned from living in Rome, Italy while filming a remake of his American TV series, Tequila and Bonetti (1992). His tele-film credits include Casualties of Love: The Long Island Lolita Story(1993). playing infamous tabloid newsmaker Joey Buttafuoco, with Alyssa Milano as his teenage object of desire.
He joined the cast of All My Children (2001-03) for a time and received a daytime Emmy nomination in the process. Scalia co-starred in the Big Screen hit “Red Eye” (2005) starring Rachel McAdams Directed by Wes Craven also “End Game” starring Cuba Gooding ,Jr. Director Andy Cheng.
He is presently an Ambassador for the Coalition to Salute America’s Heroes that is a 501c3 which is dedicated to making the lives of Our Wounded Veterans returning home and their families to be better prepared for the challenges that lie ahead.