300 Bedford Avenue, Bellmore, NY, US
Bio: About The Show: A Hi-Energy Show! -- Unscripted, with Celebrities and Indie Acts from around the World. An Entertainment Show like no other; loosely connected by the Bizarre humor provided by the Cast: Frankie Dee, Henry K , Mark Mendoza (Twisted Sister), & The Beautiful Krissy The Real Radio Show is a 24/7, is A Nationally Syndicated Radio Show. Broadcasting Live 24 Hours A Day- 7 days a Week - on the WRRS-DB via the following carriers. TuneIn Radio - Tivo - Roku - Live 365 - - Nobex - & itunes Radio The Cast: Frankie Dee - Host Whether interviewing celebrities on the red carpet, on location, or in the studio, Frankie Dee's signature greeting, “Tell me something real,” is the launch pad for a countdown to chaos. Brooklyn-born and raised in Bellmore, Long Island N.Y. the affable Frankie Dee has interviewed over one hundred celebrities including Eddie Money, Ed Asner, Gene Simmons (Kiss), Dee Snider (Twisted Sister), Peter Criss (Kiss), Erik Estrada, Chubby Checker, LL Cool J, Richie Sambora (Bon Jovi ) to name a few. Frankie has a talent for bringing out the best in personalities. He also has a naughty knack for pumping up the pandemonium among temperamental artists. Henry K. - Co-Host A Visionary Talent Scout, Has been in The Music Industry For 20+ Years, First as a Record Store Owner Specializing In New Music, When it really was "New Music". Then as Co-Owner of The First Video Teen Night Club on Long Island, "Dance Parc" specializing in Alternative Music Back in the 80's. Has helped launch the careers of Up & Coming "Indie Artists" by giving them a platform on The Real Radio Show; He is always thinking outside the box, to find up & coming talent, BEFORE they go Mainstream. Well respected in the industry by Indie Acts & Agents alike, but, most importantly, with his dry wit, He has the uncanny ability to give Frankie Dee Fits! . Mark "THE ANIMAL" Mendoza - Co-Host Mark "The Animal" Mendoza is the bassist of the American heavy metal band, Twisted Sister. He joined the band on October 31, 1978, after he left The Dictators. He also briefly played in Blackfoot in the early 1990s. Mendoza played the bass guitar on all of Twisted Sister's major label releases. He remixed Under the Blade when it was re-issued by Atlantic Records, and produced and mixed Still Hungry and A Twisted Christmas.