Tuesday, December 26, 2023

DJ Interviews: DJ Tallent

 Hey there one & all its your old friend DJ Dizzy here & I had the pleasure of interviewing a deejay by the name of DJ Tallent who spoke on his musical beginnings, This was done through Twitter so by way of audio messaging so I've posted it by way of a link have a look & enjoy.

DJ Tallent interview

DJ Tallent / X (twitter.com)

Special thanks to him for doing this interview & I wish him lots of luck in his music & I'll be leaving a link to his channel for all of you to check out his videos so until then I'll catch you on The Flipside! Stay frosty & rock n roll!

DJ Tallent's Youtube channel

(1) DJ Tallent - YouTube

Friday, December 22, 2023

DJ Interviews: Jens Bosecker(Mr. Wawa)

Here's my interview with fellow DJ, Jens Bosecker, AKA  Mr. Wawaenjoy!

How'd you get started in music?

Even as a small child, I thrilled my family with my dance routines; Once the music came on, I might even drive her crazy. I learned piano and guitar. I was often a DJ at our legendary school parties. I started living music early on.

Who are your inspirations or influences?

My main influences are 80s and 90s pop culture as well as jazz music and African rhythms. I am also a big fan of classical music.

What advice would you give to aspiring artists?

Follow your heart and do what suits you best with passion. We are all influenced by the music of previous generations and grow up with many new trends. Of course everyone has their role models, but I don't think you should emulate them. Your own style, your authenticity coupled with hard work will pay off sooner or later.

How do you set yourselves apart from other bands or singers??

I am a songwriter, music and film producer and DJ. These different perspectives are also reflected in my music. A touch of pop, Afrobeat, electronica and jazz elements characterize the songs and create an atmosphere that can have a sensual, relaxing but also stimulating effect on the listener.

Any new gigs or albums in the future?

A best-of album with two new bonus tracks is planned for 2024. Dates for public appearances will be announced here:

Wednesday, December 20, 2023

DJ Intervies: The Fraed

Here's my interview with Fred Weingartner a.k.a. The Fraed as he sat down with me to discuss his musical origins.

Ad 1.

I'm from Vienna, Austria and have been making music basically my whole life. Had an education in classical music from very young age (flute), switched later to Jazz and Rock (bass, vocals). As a kid, I even played in an ensemble for traditional alpine folk music :-)

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My brother – who used to buy me records for christmas/birthday HE wanted to hear. Thats how I came in contact with acts like Woodstock, The Band, Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix or Sly and the family Stone.

Johann Sebastian Bach – who influenced me not only as a flutist but also my bass-playing due to his mathematical precision.

Prince. One of my all time favorites. A genius.

Ad 3.

Listen to critique, even when served in an unfriendly way. Do your thing and do not stop learning. From others as well as mastering your instruments.

Ad 4. I no longer make any compromises producing my music. I try the best I can and I am grateful for any assistance but I control the entire process: from songwriting to recording and publishing. This delays things but art sometimes also needs time to mature.

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After years as a studio and session artist, I am currently preparing an album (...to be published early next year).
To support the release, we are in the early stages of building a social media presence with some older tracks.

Special thanks to him for this interview & I wish him lots of lck in his music so until then I'll catch you on The Flipside! Stay frosty & rock n roll!!

Sunday, December 17, 2023

DJ Interviews: Steve Gaspár of the Hollywood Allstar Band

Hey there one & all its your old friend DJ Dizzy here & I had the pleasure of sitting down with none other than Steve Gaspár of the band The Hollywood Allstars as he spoke with me on his musical beginnings. Enjoy!

How'd you get started in music?

My father was a classical musician, trombonist with several major symphony orchestras, including Chicago, Dallas and later the New Haven and Bridgeport Symphonies when he settled in Connecticut. When I was just four and a half years old, he decided it was time for me to start piano lessons. I was basically a classically trained pianist, until that fateful evening when I saw The Beatles on The Ed Sullivan Show. That changed my life and started me on my Pop/R&B/Rock keyboard quest. I’ve basically been involved in music my whole life.

Who are your inspirations or influences?

When I was young and starting out in classical music, I loved Fredrick Chopin, Beethoven and later George Gershwin. My Rock / R&B Hammond Organ influences have been Greg Rollie from Santana, Chester Thompson from Tower of Power, Mark Stein from Vanilla Fudge and Felix Cavaliere from The Rascals, to name just the immediate ones who come to mind. The sound of a Hammond Organ has always resonated with me. My songwriting influences are all over the place from David Foster to Lennon and McCartney.

What advice would you offer aspiring performers?

The music business has always been difficult and with the advent of technology has gotten even more so. That’s just an overwhelming amount of “Content”. You have to make music that YOU like, and don’t hope for anything more. The odds of something catching on and going viral are about the same or less as winning the lottery. If you love what you do, then rock on!

How do you set yourselves apart from other bands or singers?

The Hollywood Allstars are kind of a throw back to big bands. We’re a thirteen piece group, with a horn section, percussionist and several vocalists. We’re kind of an anomaly in an age where everyone is cutting back. It’s difficult on the touring side of things, however I feel a responsibility to this kind of music, and am determined to stay true to my vision. My feeling is that if someone is going to be gracious enough to download or buy our record, and then come to see us live, I want to give them the same experience live that they heard on the record.

Any new gigs or albums in the future?

We’re always writing and recording and working on shows, so the simple answer is yes. I want to send a big shout out to all our fans, and thank them for their support. It really does mean the world to us. We couldn’t do it without you!

Special thnks to Steve for doing this interview & to him & his band happy holidays & lots of luck in their music To learn more about The Hollywood Allstars you can vusut their website in the link down below & also lsiten to their newset tunes. So until then I'll catch you on The Flipside!

Stay frosty, rock n roll & Happy Holidays!

Link to the Hollywood Allstars website & link to their new hit song:

Sunday, November 5, 2023

Dizzy's Soapbox: The Story of Radio AAHS a.k.a AAHS World Radio

Hey there guys, DJ Dizzy here & this time around I want to talk about something that's been on my mind, I've been reminiiscing about some stuff from my childhood that of some radio stations from when I was growing up.

When I was little there was a local station in my hometown of Minneapolis called Radio Ahhs which was a radio station dedicated to playing kids music it was meant for both older & younger kids in general & its tagline was 'Great Music For Great Kids' & they meant it. Besides being the first & only station meant for kids one thing that really set it apart was that this was a station that was on the AM dial  (AM 1280 to be exact.) Usually the radio stations on the AM dial were all talk & news radio & you rarely ever got some that played music especially where I grew up. (There was another AM station that played classic R&B but that's about it.)

Radio Ahhz would prove to be a big hit amongst its local listeners so much so that it even spawned some CDs of their most popular tunes. In fact I remember going to school & the teachers would put it on for us & we'd jam out to it at times. They also gained critical acclaim from many parents because of its family friendly content it also featured decent prizes & give aways that focused more on education & there were some kids who acted as the deejays next to adults which was also a plus for both parents & teachers alike.

Soon after it was rebranded into Ahhs World Radio in an attempt to expand their listner's base But in the year of 1996 another station came along that of Radio Disney (Which was AM 1440) & that's when a battle for the airwaves began only for Ahhs World Radio to lose due to declining ratings & listnership & soon bankruptcy. (See the following video Battle For The Airwaves for details.) In time Radio Disney would become the only kids station on the AM dial to be geared toward teens & tweens featuring many teen pop artists in the late 90s & early 2000s, only to further change theor format later on & increse their brand more & more & extend to satelite radio.

Now as for me I was more into Radio AHHS because it had so much to go on next to decent music they also had some good shows to go on as regardless of weeks ir weekends morning or night. It was like there was a special friend that was always there for you via the airwaves to make you day & gave you some comfort from a hard day.

So my final thoughts would be this was a real treat for kids to listen to & if you had the pleasure of listening to either of these stations on whatever radio affliate ythat carried either of them then consider yourself  lucky that you got to listen to them. To be honest it was very rare that you'd come across a radio station that was aimed towards kids epsecially to be featured on the AM dial like both of them were but to be honest it would be nice to see some kids radio stations to make a comeback although there's Kidz Bop let's be honest they're just kid friedly versions of popular songs, at least with a kids radio station you got a lot of variety & it gave kids something to listen to when there wasn't anything else to do be it satelite radio, Music Choice or anything else.

To learn more about either of these stations check out the following video in the link below. Until then I'll catch you on The Flipside. Stay frosty & rock n roll!

Radio Disney & Radio AANS= Battle for the airwaves.

Radio Disney & Radio Aahs: Battle for the Airwaves - YouTube

Saturday, September 23, 2023

DJ Reviews: The Floorboards by The Lost Ghost

 Hey there people, Its your old friend The DJ here, this time around  I'm doing an interview of  rock band The Lost Ghost's new song The Floorboards. Now this song has an interesting sound to it, I say its a little on the psychedelic side of things which it is but it has a really good sound to it.

The Lost Ghost band have a realy intersting & awesome sound to their music & its like they're telling an interesting story & the lead singer's vocal styling had a rock n roll type of sound boardering on Jerry Lee Lewis but more modern. The song it self has a good beat that you'll find yourself tapping your foot to so I recommend giving it a listen when you get the chance.

Here's a Youtube link provided to hear their new track. Hope you enjoy it & until then I'll catch you on The Flipside!

The Floorboards by The Last Ghost (Official Video) - YouTube

Thursday, August 17, 2023

DJ Interviews: Joseph Obeiz

 Here's my interview with singer/rapper Joseph Obeiz as we sat down & spoke on his musical beginnings

How'd you get started in music?


1) Growing up wasn't easy for me and it was filled with sad experiences  well when I lost my twin sis,  I couldn't concentrate until I started doing songs freestyle and I found peace every time I sing so I decided to go into music professionally..


Who are your inspirations & influences.


2) My inspiration would always be 2pac, Vector, Pop smoke



What’s your advice for any aspiring performers & musicians?

3) My advice would always be to do whatever makes you happy as happiness is the source of becoming great 

How do you set yourself apart from other bands & artists?



4) every song i do is about my life and am not just doing music to impress people but to inspire people.


Any gigs or albums in the future?


5.) I'm currently working on my 4 track EP S.A.D (Sadistic, Artistic,and Dependable) dropping November 6 2023

Tuesday, August 15, 2023

DJ Interviews: Danni Steffanetti

 Here's my interview with singer, Danni Stefaanetti who sat down with me to discuss her musical beginnings

How'd you get started in music?

Early on I heard my dads old rock n roll records, Peter Frampton, The rolling stones & blues guitarists. Great music was around me but it wasn’t until I picked up the guitar at age 8 and haven’t put it down since!

Who are your inspirations or influences?
The GREATS from all genres, Elvis, The Eagles, Jewel, Sheryl Crow, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Dolly Parton & Hendrix to name a few. 

What advice would you offer aspiring performers?
Be authentically your own style, if you don’t have a big marketing budget find creative ways to do it, same with recording, don’t let anything stop you! Trends will come & go! Follow what you deep down love!! 

How do you set yourselves apart from other bands or singers?

Finding what makes me unique & letting the people decide! Does my music move them? Well that’s the goal & I truly hope it does :) 

Any new gigs or albums in the future?
Yes all my upcoming gigs are on www.dannistefanetti.com
And on bands in town!
My new album Danni’s Diamonds will be released as singles! I’m so excited about my new singles and the first one to drop is on September 8th called - “You Got Me Thinking of You” 

Sunday, August 13, 2023

DJ Interviews: Regilio Gil Rillen

 Here's my interview with Regilio Rillen A.K.A. Gil who sat down with me to discuss his start in the music scene.

REGILIO RILLEN | Walboomers Music

Regilio Rillen a.k.a Gili, was born in Suriname and moved to the Netherlands at the age of 4 together with his parents and his 5 siblings. He has been active in the music industry for over 30 years as a performing artist (piano/keyboard) and have played in various Caribbean music formations in the Netherlands. His music career started after he realized his sensitive nature , and started to accept himself and his emotions more and more. Now he is known to use these built-up emotions to empower himself in his music. As he grows older he feels consumed by music, and making new music has become an addiction for him. Even though he has no backgrounds in classical music, his compositions recently are becoming closer to that genre. He gets his music and visions often during his sleep. He receives emotions, visions, and images from past lives and different entities, and uses this as a source of inspiration for his music.

* Any new gigs or albums in the future?

I’ve more than 200 songs to release!

* What advice would you offer aspiring performers?

I think the main thing is to be true to who you are, what makes you unique and you. Don't try to be someone else. You can never go wrong if you be true to yourself.

* How do you set yourselves apart from other bands or singers?

The biggest thing that you, as an independent artist or musician, can do to for your own career is to find a way to set yourself apart from the pack. In a world of copycats and knock-offs, this may seem an impossible task. However, hundreds of thousands of artists have found ways to become innovators and leaders rather than imitators and followers. A very effective way that you can do that is to be the first at doing something that no one else has done yet.

Saturday, August 12, 2023

DJ Interviews: Kate Stanton

 Here's my interview with legendaary singer Kate Stranton as she sat down with me to discuss her musical upbringing''

How'd you get started in music?
As far back as I can remember, I have loved to sing. My father has told me that I would climb onto things and sing gibberish as a toddler. I would walk the fields and creeks behind my house just to get away and sing to myself. At around age 10, I started choreography to my floor routine music in gymnastics. I had so much fun creating the dance and tumbling passes to instrumentals! This instilled the idea that perhaps I could create my own songs. One of the first songs I wrote was called “Come Back”. I had recorded my brother’s video game music, wrote lyrics and a top line melody, then shared the cassette tape with my friends at gymnastics. In my teens, I worked at a record store and started to save my money for guitar lessons. At 17, I played an original acoustic number called “An Ode to Caterina” at a coffee house called Strange Brew for a going away party for an exchange student. In my 20s, I wrote songs with a good friend and indie band out of Columbus, Ohio. I did some coffeehouse gigs here and there. I am proud of the co-writing I did with longtime friend Marianne Kesler in our songwriting duo Every Lovely Thing. Since the pandemic, I’ve been trying to find my own way. I’ve been experimenting and collaborating with other artists. I’ve been trying to grow as a writer and as a person.

Who are your inspirations or influences?
My first thought is Tori Amos. I found her music during a dark period in my life. I felt like she was a friend that understood! This is the power of music. 

What advice would you offer aspiring performers?
I believe all artists must wrestle with fear. If you have a song in your heart, it’s not a mistake that it is there. Share it with us. The pain of regret for not trying is worse than the pain of making mistakes. Do it anyway! :)

How do you set yourselves apart from other bands or singers?
I have a deep need to spread hope. I want to live more authentically and encourage others to be their true selves. I sincerely hope my music inspires people and soothes them after a rough day.

Any new gigs or albums in the future?
I am currently working on a cycle of songs called “Ghosts & Angels”. I’m also hoping to continue working on new material. I will let you know when I have an upcoming gig!

Saturday, July 29, 2023

DJ Interviews: The Last Ghost

 Here's my interview with  The Last Ghost

How'd you get started in music?

I started in music in Edinburgh in 1994 with a band called Back Door. I was on bass and sometimes drums. In 1996 I got serious in music with the band, The Rain. 

Who are your inspirations or influences?

The obvious ones are the older ones like  The Beatles,  The Who and Pink Floyd. I'm also a Paul Weller nut but far too many others to mention. 

What advice would you offer aspiring performers?

If in doubt, just do it. You will fail at first then get better. If you love it and enjoy it then you have already won the lottery. Enjoyment and experiences from music are worth more than money and fame. 

How do you set yourselves apart from other bands or singers?

I'm unique in that in only really started doing solo music seriously into my 40s after a few years if bands then doing nothing for years and years. Also I keep finding new ways to write songs all the time. I am still learning at my age. 

Any new gigs or albums in the future?

I am currently working hard on my 6th album. I have 20 songs I am trying to get down to 11. I hope to release it in September this year. 

If you fancy checking out my music, it's all here:

Tuesday, July 18, 2023

DJ Interviews: Oxai Roura

 Here's my interview with singer, Oxai Roura

How'd you get started in music?

I started music as a drummer when I was 2,5/3 years old. In fact, my late father initiated me to the art of drumming. As a kid, I also loved to sing. I never stopped drumming and singing ever since; even if, on my musical path, I also learnt other instruments such as guitars, piano, electronic instruments... and many different traditional instruments from planet Earth (such as Senza, Kalimba, Congas, Djembe etc.).

Who are your inspirations or influences?

When I was a teenager I listened to different kinds of metal music (Thrash, Death, Grindcore…); My favorite metal band is Cynic (Progressive Metal) their album named Focus is incredible ! Then, later I seriously thought of becoming a jazz man, because creators such as John Coltrane, Steve Coleman, Ornette Coleman & Thelonious monk impressed me a lot with their original concepts & creations. I’ve also been deeply influenced by Minimal Music (with composers such as Steve Reich and Lamonte Young) and original electronic music (composers such as Björk and Aphex Twin). Dub Music is also another strong influence that I have…and, of course, I must not forget to mention sacred traditional music from various parts of the world ( such as Africa, Amazonia, Himalayas...) !

Also, I would like to say that my growth as an artist have been influenced not only by musicians and composers, but also by other types of artists like Baba Credo Mutwa, David Lynch and Salvador Dali.

What advice would you offer aspiring performers?

Keep a deep and unbreakable faith in life and in yourself. Stay focused on love, joy and light. You are a unique being. No one else can offer to the world what is hidden deep inside of your heart and soul. Cultivate honesty and integrity towards yourself and towards the audience.  Cherish your dream(s) and believe, with all your heart and soul, in yourself, and in your dream(s)... even if nobody else do so. Self love and love of all beings and life are keys for real & durable success... and for a good holistic life !

How do you set yourselves apart from other bands or singers?

In truth, I don't compare myself to anyone else. What is the point, what is the use? The fact is that I'm very intensely working on one goal, at least since 2003 ( with my very first solo project called The Exu Experience Atabaques N'Bass Vol.1) which is: becoming the best imaginative and creative artist I can be; and share (new) original and very unique concepts & pieces of art with the whole world.

Any new gigs or albums in the future?

Oh yes: indeed ! Actually I'm working on several international projects with different fantastic artists. They are all amazing! 

We're in July 2023 right now; so, I will first begin by talking about an awesome collaboration I'm doing with an "award singer and recording artist" from Alabama, USA. His name is Keyon Harris. Together we created a piece of art called "No More. Multidimensional Version 1". We released it on July, the 1st, 2023 on Youtube and BandCamp. ( Youtube Link For your readers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wqi8juOt59U )

So, we're now thinking of creating other songs together, and these songs could become an album. I also have to say that, in this very cool creative project, we're blessed to work with two fantastic visual artists who are Wrix2 (Aka Whitney Rix Victory 2), from the USA; and OrYon CreaTion, an extremely talented young artist from France.

Now, in 2023 I also released, on my Youtube channel, a very unique piece of art I created with an awesome artist from Japan named AcidCat. Our project is called MUWAY 3.6.9 and we already released an original video called "Eshu In Muwa"; and then, we released, in May 2023, another version of this song dedicated to the Japanese audience...and it was recorded live in Tokyo ! This video is also available on my Youtube channel and on AcidCat's Youtube channel. ( Youtube Links your readers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lfxyjb_VJnM & https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c7KVsTuHjfA )

Therefore, we're now working on different new ideas and songs; and our goal is to release an album together in the future.

Besides, you may also hear of another collaboration I do have with an original Aborigenese artist from Australia named Boorook. Our music is very interesting and we may play it live in Australia and/or in Europe in the future...

Last but not least, in 2019, I began a collaboration with a star from Burkina Faso, West Africa. His name is Séonifa Dabiré AKA Judicaël Dabiré. We already recorded a live studio session called " Hybrid Napala. Initiation". We will perform together on stage, in France, soon. Also: we will record new songs, in a near future, and we will share them in the form of an album with the whole world, probably in 2024. God willing.

Monday, July 17, 2023

Stand & Shout: The Blind Dancer

Here's another story of mine that I hope you'll enjoy it's centered around a girl who goes by Oyster who becomes a dancer to Trinity Blade despite being fully blind & in the end her dream comes true. Enjoy

The Blind Dancer

By Ivy Moon

Ramon voice-over: Have you ever told yourself that you were going to see a goal through no matter what? Well for our good friend Oyster she had one goal that she just had to meet. Luckily for her we made it happen.

(We now see a blind girl who has a fold up cane. She has aquamarine hair & she’s wearing a maroon tank top she’s also wearing black pants. This is Oyster Rains. She’s listening to Trinity Blade’s latest album.)

Oyster: I love this song & Well I’d better get ready to go.

(She heads out to only to see Ramon waiting for her. They escort one another.)

Ramon: So you have any plans later on?

Oyster: Not really just listening to music & playing video games mostly. You want to come?

Ramon: I’ll try but I got to meet up with my friends.

Oyster: Yeah I know that you’re busy. But do what you can.

Ramon: I’ll try.

Oyster: I wanted to ask you something.

Ramon: Shoot.

Oyster: Do you ever have dreams or a lifelong goal?

Ramon: Yeah. I dream of opening up for my favorite punk metal band the flaming crossbows. If I keep hammering away I just might someday. What are your dreams?

Oyster: I would like to be a dancer for my favorite band.

Ramon: Who would that be?

Oyster: Trinity Blade of course.

Ramon: Oh yeah?

Oyster: Yeah  have it all pictured.

(We now see her out in front of a gigantic audience as she cheers the band on. We see Ramon now as Sage grab her hand. )

Oyster: Sage Sparks taking my hand and asking me to dance onstage with him & the band. It’ll be a dream come true.

Ramon: That sounds like an awesome dream. You really think that’ll happen?

Oyster: I’m sure it will. Only problem is that I have no way of going to the concert. My parents have to work & my sister lives far out.

Ramon: Well you don’t have to worry I happen to know Sage Sparks.

Oyster: Really?! You’re for sure?

Ramon: Yeah he & I are good friends & I’ll make sure he makes your dream come true.

Oyster: That is too cool. Thank you so much.

Ramon: You’re welcome. We’d better get inside.

(As they head indoors Ramon races up to his locker to grab his supplies & his inhaler.)

Ramon (Thinking): I just hope the guys are okay with this.

(After class we see the band gathered for a meeting. As Sonia arrives we see her scrambling for a spot.)

Kari: What’s this about now?

J.D.: If I’m correct Ramon did say something about having a special guest for our concert tonight.

Kari: Where can he be anyway?

Hazel: He’s coming right now.

(Suddenly Ramon arrives though out of breath he regains his composer.)

Ramon: Sorry I’m late guys. Anyway I called you guys here.

Kari: What’s up?

Ramon: You know Oyster right?

Hazel: Yeah that blind girl from our art class of course.

J.D.: What about her?

Ramon: Well she wants to dance at one of Trinity Blade’s shows

Hazel: I don’t know

Kari: We already have things planned out besides I doubt she can keep up.

(Suddenly a voice is heard groaning as Oyster emerges)

Oyster: I guess that’s how it is.

Hazel: How long have you been there?

Oyster: Long enough to hear that you don’t want me to dance with you I’ve been dancing for a long time & just once it’d be nice to dance with you again.

(She runs off in a huff.)

Hazel: I didn’t know.

J.D.: You guys could’ve handled it differently she’s danced with us before so the least we can do is ask her to dance with us again, Ramon & I know her well & she’s been progressing a lot in both dance & music so I wouldn’t go judging people if I were you.

Hazel: You’re right I wasn’t really thinking.

Kari: I wish that here was something that we could do.

Ramon: Apologize.

Hazel: What? Now?

Kari: You started it so end it.& besides this your fault as it is mine so you can apologize for the both of us.

Hazel: Yeah you're right. I’ll go tell her right now.

(She races from the meeting room only to see a nearby bus drive the upset Oyster home.)

Hazel: Wait! Oh man I didn’t make it in time.

(She then heads back to the meeting room only to see Kari& J.D.)

Hazel: I didn’t make it in time to apologize.

Kari: I know for a fact Ramon rides her bus. Maybe he told her.

Hazel: Yeah you’re right.

(Meanwhile over the Blast house we hear Ramon talking to Oyster on his cell phone. She’s heard crying.)

Ramon: I’m sure Hazel didn’t mean anything by it.

Oyster: I don’t understand why she doesn’t like me.

Ramon: She likes you it’s just that she gets carried away from time to time. Everyone does. & besides the only thing you can do is prove people wrong. You’ve got talents that some of them don’t know you have. I’ll bet you might even surprise yourself.

Oyster: That almost sounds like something Sage Sparks would say.

Ramon: Maybe.

Oyster: Have you ever spoken with him? After all you are good friends with him.

Ramon: Trust me when I say I know him.

Oyster: That’s great. Um listen Ramon if its okay by you would you be my escort tomorrow night?

Ramon: Sure. I just have to run an errand & I’ll meet you at the concert. How does that sound?

Oyster: Sounds awesome.

Ramon: Okay see you tomorrow.

(He turns off his phone. Meanwhile Sonia heads up to his room She then sits beside him.)

Sonia: Hey you do remember that we have an appearance to make after the concert right?

Ramon: Yeah some talk show over in Lunar Bay right?

Sonia: Of course do you need me to pick up anything?

Ramon: Well you could call in a special order, chicken club sandwich with coleslaw & fries, & to drink fruit punch. Oh & one other thing.

Sonia: Yeah what is it.

Ramon: Can you pose as me?

Sonia: Let me guess you’ve got a friend to deal with right?

Ramon: Exactly.

Sonia: Okay here we go again.

(At the concert we see the band setting up meanwhile we see Oyster sitting in the audience.)

Oyster: I wonder where Ramon could be. He said he’d meet me here. Oh well he’s probably in the bathroom.

Ramon: Hey sorry I’m late.

Oyster: You made it.

Ramon: Heck yeah I’d never miss out on this.

Oyster: I really want the chance to meet Sage.

Ramon: I’ll go get him wait here.

(As Ramon leaves Oyster then feels her CD cover.)

Oyster (Thinking): I can’t wait.

(Suddenly music is heard playing the intro of the group.We now see a spotlight shining down as the crowd goes wild as Trinity Blade begins to perform their first set as Sage takes the stage.)

Sage: Thanks everyone. Before we begins I’d like to ask a special friend of mine to come up here & take the stage. She goes by the name Oyster & from what I’ve heard she’s a terrific dancer. So if you’re out there Oyster come on up.

(The spotlight shines in Oyster direction as Sonia dressed as Ramon leads her to the stage.)

Oyster: I’ve waited for so long to meet you.

Sage: How’d you get the name Oyster?

Oyster: In truth that’s just a nickname my real name is Morgan.

Sage: I see. Well enough of that let’s see you move.

Oyster: You got it.

Hazel: 1-2-3-4!

(A hard rock song is hear playing. As Oyster take her place alongside the band. Insert ‘Wonder Girl.’)

Sage (Singing): I’ve seen you around

Claiming you can talk the talk

But I got to know if you

Truly have guts.

I’ve seen charades before

All of them I ignore

I know that deep down you really know what’s what.

So quit the act show me your true self.

I want to know just what it is you’ve got

Kari: C’mon!


Go! Go! wonder girl

I want to come into your world

Go! Go! Wonder girl

Go! Go! Wonder girl!

Nobody know you they way I do

I’ve seen what you’ve got inside

Don’t be scared to unleash what you’ve been hiding.

No matter what they say I’ve got your back

Show the world just what they don’t know.

(Chorus repeats)

(Guitar solo, Drum solo.)

All: C’mon!

(Chorus repeats twice.)

Go! Go! Wonder girl

Go! Go! Wonder girl!


(As Oyster does one last two step the crowd cheers wildly for both her & the band. Trinity Blade then waves out.)

Oyster: Thank you so much for letting me dance with you. I have a confession to make.

Sage: Yeah?

Oyster: I always wanted to sing this song that I wrote especially for you. So if it’s okay by you may I?

Sage: you certainly can.

(The crowd goes wild as Oyster reaches for the microphone.)

Oyster (Singing): Something you’ve done

Has really gotten me  inspired

To really get out.

Though sometimes I earn a lot of animosity

That make people want to shout.

In the end it’s all about me wanting to be

As good as you.



You’re more than a muse to me.

All of these things you’ve done.

Helping me to be strong

I’ll keep you in my heart for this.

It’s something you’ve done.

(The crowd cheers her on as she hands the microphone back to Sage.)

Sage: That was beautiful. & you wrote that for me?

Oyster: Yeah I did. I wanted to let you know that you’re an inspiration to me.

Sage: That was great Morgan.

Oyster: I can’t believe you said my name.

Sage: And I’ll never forget it.

(The concert continues on as Oyster dances with the band to a few more songs. The next day we see Ramon now back to normal as well as the band & Oyster in class.)

Hazel: I hope that you can forgive me for what I said the other day I guess I forgotten how great of a dancer you are.

Oyster: It’s okay. I just hope to take the stage like that once again. By the way I never told you what happened Ramon. I got the chance to sing with Sage Sparks.

Ramon: Really you sang with him?

Oyster: Well actually I sang to him.

Ramon: Yeah I heard that you did an awesome job.

Oyster: By the way weren’t you around for the show?

Ramon: Oh I was but I had some business to take care of. I had to leave early. You know how it is.

Oyster: Oh I get it. You had a family emergency.

Ramon: Something like that yeah. But for now howabout we catch up on our studies.

Oyster: Oh sure.

(So with that Oyster & the band listen to the lecture of their teacher. Meanwhile in the Blast household Mirabelle gets a disturbing phone call from Dr. Parsons.)

Mirabelle: Oh no that’s awful.

(John arrives in the kitchen.)

John: Honey what’s wrong?

Mirabelle: Well Ramon’s condition is getting worse.

John: Oh no! This isn’t good.

Mirabelle: We have to tell him somehow.

John: I know honey we’ll think of something.

(After class Ramon & Sonia arrive from school.)

Ramon: Hey mom what’s going on?

Mirabelle: Well Ramon I’ve got some news for you.

Ramon: Yeah what is it?

John: You might want to sit down for this.

Ramon (Thinking): This can’t be good

(Ramon & Sonia look on as their parents approach him in shock.)