John has spent over 50 years as an entertainer: Rock musician/singer, TV host, author, columnist, actor, producer, emcee and radio broadcaster. John and 16th U.S. president Abraham Lincoln are cousins. Favorite actors/actresses include: Clint Eastwood, Dustin Hoffman, Johnny Depp, Susan Sarandon and Ashley Judd. As for favorite television shows.....nowadays everything on TV stinks (unless it's an historic documentary). Favorite music of all-time includes surf, psychedelia, garage bands, Motown and just plain ol’ good time Rock & Roll. His rock trivia book, “Johnny’s Jukebox Trivia” was published in 2002 and is still available. Make sure you check out his "Haunted Michigan" page found on this site!
The Nat’l Weather Service Thinks Americans are Stupid
"FEELS LIKE"? "REAL FEEL"? We aren't that stupid...we KNOW what "wind chill" means. Click in and read...
PHOTO GALLERY: Mackinaw City in Wintertime
Click in and take a look at a Mackinaw City winter, when NO tourists are around!
Michigan’s 71 Most Redneck Towns
Is YOUR town on the list? It more-than-likely IS. Click in and see!
PHOTO GALLERY: MSU in Wintertime
MSU campus after a snowfall is a sight to see...click in and check out the photo gallery!
VIDEO: East Lansing’s Ice Storm of 2013
Click in and watch this short video of the 2013 ice storm from the East Lansing point-of-view!
Where To See 5 of Mid-Michigan’s BEST Christmas Light Displays
Click in to see five closeby Christmas light displays that you shouldn't miss!
CHRISTMAS GIFT SUGGESTION: My Rock Trivia Book!
My suggestion for a Christmas present this year...my Rock 'n Roll trivia book! Click and find out where to get it!
ROADSIDE MICHIGAN: The Town of Christmas, Michigan
Michigan has it's share of Christmasy towns...including the town of Christmas! Click in and peruse the photo gallery!
ROADSIDE MICHIGAN: Santa Claus House in Midland
Here's a Michigan oddity that you can check out ANY time of year and it's not far away. Click in to see!
WATCH: Northern Michigan Short Film from MGM in 1949!
Northern Michigan featured in an MGM color film short from 1949...click in and watch!