Get The Led Out: How Led Zeppelin Became the Biggest Band in the World is the new book by Grammy-winning producer Denny Somach, traces the history and rise of one of the greatest rock and roll bands ever. David Delegator talks with the author about putting this book together, how critics were not fans of the band, and how the fans were the ones who made Led Zeppelin legendary.
The intrigue surrounding the art world, stolen artwork and forgeries sets up the background for the new novel from B.A. Shapiro, The Art Forger. This novel has received rave reviews and is the Joseph Beth Booksellers-Cincinnati book for the month for December. B.A. Shapiro is on the phone with Mark Perzel to talk about the novel and its use of a real crime to set off her chain of events.
Chris Anderson, former editor-in-chief of Wired magazine, has just released his newest book Makers: The New Industrial Revolution. In it, he takes readers to the front lines of a new industrial revolution as today’s entrepreneurs, using open source design and 3-D printing, bring manufacturing to the desktop. The author is On the Money with Chris DeSimio to discuss this new revolution, the changes it is bringing to the world economy and his recent decision to leave Wired to be CEO of his company, 3D Robotics.
John Preston Smith has been a dog trainer and handler for almost 50 years and has written two books: The Bog, a sort of fantasy dog tale; and 14,000 Dogs Later, about his long career. He’s with our Robyn Carey-Allgeyer to talk about his fascinating career and his writings.