Dubbed the "Rock And Roll Detective," Jim Berkenstadt has spent a lifetime researching, writing, and consulting in pop music history. His books on the unreleased recordings of The Beatles ("Black Market Beatles") and the making of Nirvana’s seminal album Nevermind are critically acclaimed. Berkenstadt has served as a consultant to The Beatles (Apple Corps Ltd.), George Harrison, The Traveling Wilburys, the band Garbage, and many International Record Labels.
He is currently the co-star of two pop culture TV series on the Reelz Channel: Celebrity Legacies and Celebrity Damage Control. As founder of Rock And Roll Detective, Berkenstadt’s firm offers a number of specialized and confidential services to music artists, record labels, music download sites, TV and film productions, auction houses, and museums.
Jim Berkenstadt, aka the Rock And Roll Detective, discussed various mysteries in rock that have intrigued music fans for so long. In the latter half, Open Lines callers shared their rock music memories and "brushes with greatness."More »
Paranormal investigator Dr. Barry Taff revealed his experiences with anomalies, disembodied voices, and apparitions. Followed by "Rock & Roll Detective" Jim Berkenstadt on secrets, hoaxes, and conspiracies in the genre's history.More »
Authors Jon Levi and David Edward discussed their book, Evidence of the Old World, which attempts to unravel hidden complexities in history. Researcher Preston Dennett reports on UFO encounters and accounts of people who have had face-to-face contact with humanoids.