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BALLZY TOMORROW

I had the pleasure of meeting famous actor-rocker Robbie Rist while sitting in his studio during the taping of a radio show that he produces. Robbie has brought Legendary Ronnie Mack’s Barndance to radio audiences across the country.

The catch phrase is “Radio The Way It Should Be!”. You can find them every Saturday at 6:00 p.m. PST on the internet – TMV Cafe radio.

I was captivated by the rapport between Ronnie Mack and Robbie Rist with their funny banter, quick witted humor, and mucho information about the history of music and recording artists.

After laughing until I had tears in my eyes and being thoroughly entertained in the studio, I was hooked on this young man’s quirky personality, friendly demeanor and effortless showmanship. I was invited to his weekly event in Burbank, held EVERY SUNDAY at the Riverside Concert Hall at Pickwick Bowl! K-Tel is back! ROBBIE RIST & his outrageously great pop rock band BALLZY TOMORROW continue their 70s Sing-Along Sunday residency at the Riverside Concert Hall, across the street from Viva Cantina and right next to the PIckwick Bowl’s pub. 3-6 p.m. FREE (2 drink minimum)!

During the BALLZY TOMORROW show last week, I enjoyed listening to live music, and watching the antics of the band members during their performance.

I got a kick out of the spectators almost as much as the live show. People were laughing, rocking out, playing air guitar, waving their hands in the air and singing along!

This is definitely the Sunday afternoon place to be in the valley!

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Caroline McElroy

Author: Caroline McElroy

The muse struck at a young age and began with Ernie’s Record Shop on Lankershim Blvd. In North Hollywood where I purchased my first Beatle record “I Wanna Hold Your Hand” and a record by Major Lance titled “Um,Um,Um,Um,Um,Um”. From there I saw the Beatles at the Hollywood Bowl and I was hooked…on Rock N’ Roll. At the age of 13 it seems as if the magical world of Rock N’ Roll opened up and welcomed me. A trip to Indio with Frank Zappa and possee, and subsequent gigs as a dancer at The Teen Fairs at the Hollywood Palladium sealed the deal. As a trained journalist, I’ve written for magazines, newsletters,newspapers and blogs. In addition, I have run a nightclub by the name of The Cave. Music is the thread that weaves a patchwork quilt of genres, venues and experience out of my life and in the process have introduced many fine acts to my followers. For the rest of my story dear readers, read my articles and it will unfold like the petals of a lotus flower. Sometimes you’ve gotta wear the hat to remind people who they are dealing with. LOL

Caroline McElroyhttps://carolinemcelroy.wordpress.com/
The muse struck at a young age and began with Ernie’s Record Shop on Lankershim Blvd. In North Hollywood where I purchased my first Beatle record “I Wanna Hold Your Hand” and a record by Major Lance titled “Um,Um,Um,Um,Um,Um”. From there I saw the Beatles at the Hollywood Bowl and I was hooked…on Rock N’ Roll. At the age of 13 it seems as if the magical world of Rock N’ Roll opened up and welcomed me. A trip to Indio with Frank Zappa and possee, and subsequent gigs as a dancer at The Teen Fairs at the Hollywood Palladium sealed the deal. As a trained journalist, I’ve written for magazines, newsletters,newspapers and blogs. In addition, I have run a nightclub by the name of The Cave. Music is the thread that weaves a patchwork quilt of genres, venues and experience out of my life and in the process have introduced many fine acts to my followers. For the rest of my story dear readers, read my articles and it will unfold like the petals of a lotus flower. Sometimes you’ve gotta wear the hat to remind people who they are dealing with. LOL
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