Over the 11 year period I eventually did work for Frank, it would get weird in ways I couldn’t have imagined. It’s still weird! I’m still recovering from this guy.
GonzoToday.com has launched an independent book publishing company – Flying Trees Publishing. In order to keep the lights on, we’re asking for a speck of compensation for our mental gyrations, all-nighters, and aching arthritic fingers.
by Kidman J. Williams Jackie Mason has died on July 24th 2021 at the great age of 93 . I was lucky enough to have not only met Jackie, I got to sit and break bread with the legendary comedian who was able to keep the borscht belt comedy style […]
The marvelous achievement of Hunter S. Thompson and Ralph Steadman was that they were able to build on Kerouac’s feverish road dream of something bigger beyond the horizon and flip it…
But the real disrespect came in the money. Roger was promised a “point” (one percent) on the later Steely Dan albums. He never got it.
by Kidman J. Williams May marked the 50-year anniversary of The Doors’ final album, L.A. Woman. July marks the 50-year anniversary of singer Jim Morrison’s death in France. And HERE we all are! We’re still talking about them, still writing about them, and there always seems to be a new […]
Greetings From Scranton by Steve Corbett I hope somebody told Joe Biden to expect me. Even though White House press office staff still hasn’t answered my emailed questions for the president, it looks like gatekeepers agree I’m a legitimate member of the press and will clear me for a visit. […]
His towering rage on being informed that the other Doors had sold their number one hit, “Light My Fire,” for a Buick television commercial, is a landmark of the entire era.
by: Marv Van Zandt, GonzoToday contributor In feudal Japan, the samurai were born bound to an ancient code dedicating their lives to a perpetual journey of mastering oneself. Samurai saw life’s purpose as a refining process to make tomorrow’s version of oneself better than yesterdays. In Texas we don’t have many samurai […]
by Kyle K. Mann – Gonzo Today Contributing Editor and Publisher UFO scientist Dr. Jacques F. Vallee states that new legacy evidence indicates that the U.S. military took possession of a crashed flying craft and it’s “occupants” near the site of the first atomic bomb test in July, 1945. The […]