Russ Regan began his career in the early 60s as a singer, songwriter and record promoter. Russ has developed such artists as Elton John, Neil Diamond, Barry White, Olivia Newton John and others. He is also known for coming up with the name for the popular band the Beach Boys. He was the music supervisor on four academy award winning songs used in motion pictures.
MIT and Princeton trained physicist Dr. Claude Swanson discussed subtle forms of energy that provide scientific evidence for long-distance healing and other types of paranormal activity. Appearing live in the studio, first hour guest, record promoter Russ Regan, who played a major role in the careers of Neil Diamond and Elton John, talked about his years in the business, and introduced his... More »Host: George Noory