DWP 6/30

The Adventures of the Nelsons, Entertaining the Troops, and Life After Death on the Next DAVE WHITE PRESENTS!


In 1935, Ozzie Nelson and his Orchestra had a No. 1 hit with “And Then Some.” Three decades later, Ozzie’s son Ricky had a string of chart-toppers like “Travelin’ Man.” In 1990, Ricky’s sons, Gunnar and Matthew, also hit No. 1     with “(Can’t Live Without Your) Love and Affection.” Thus, the Nelsons are the only family to have reached the top of the charts in three generations.


Eighty years after Ozzie’s 1935 hit, Gunnar and Matthew are at it again with their new album, PEACE OUT. On Tues. June 30, Gunnar will talk about his family and their music on DAVE WHITE PRESENTS and he has much to share with you!       He’ll talk about why PEACE OUT will be the last of the twins’ pop rock albums, but not the last music coming from the Nelsons. He’ll also go back in time and discuss the adventures of both his father and grand-parents.  Find out why Wes Britton says this conversation is one of his all-time favorite interviews for DWP!

Speaking of travelin’ back in time, film maker Robert Mugge joins us to describe his documentary, ENTERTAINING THE TROOPS: AMERICAN ENTERTAINERS IN WORLD WAR II.   Think Danny Kaye, Jack Benny, Lena Horne, Dinah Shore, Jerry Colonna, The Andrews Sisters, Eddie “Rochester” Anderson, Kay Kyser, Lucille Ball, Abbott and Costello and especially Bob Hope. ENTERTAINING THE TROOPS is chock-full of full-length comedy and music clips, insightful interviews with entertainers who were there, and a half-hour reunion with Hope and his WWII troupe recorded before his death in 2003.    Along with Mugge’s memories of how he made this film, we’ll spice things up with some good ole bits and songs once so popular all over the world.


Rounding out the show, author Richard House M.D. sits down with Dave White to discuss his new book, BETWEEN NOW AND WHEN: HOW MY DEATH MADE MY LIFE WORTH LIVING. It’s a very personal journey about how a medical doctor came to embrace spiritual healing after he nearly died.


How’s that for Variety Entertainment? Music, comedy, and even spiritual enlightenment on the next DAVE WHITE PRESENTS, Tuesday, June 30 at 7:30 p.m. Eastern, then 7:30 Pacific over–



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HSB 6/28

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Suspense 6/9 Revised

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