I have spent 55 years as an entertainer: Rock musician/singer, TV host, author, columnist, actor, producer, emcee and radio broadcaster. The 16th U.S. president, Abraham Lincoln, is my cousin. Favorite actors/actresses include: Clint Eastwood, Dustin Hoffman, Johnny Depp, Susan Sarandon and Richard Dreyfuss. As for favorite television shows, nowadays everything on TV stinks (unless it's a historic documentary). Favorite music of all-time includes surf, psychedelia, garage bands, Motown and just plain ol’ good time Rock & Roll. I have eight books out: "Johnny's Jukebox Word Search: The 60s", “Johnny’s Vintage Rock 'n' Roll Q&A", "Johnny's Jukebox Trivia”, "Paranormal Michigan", "Paranormal Michigan 2", "Steve The Cat", "Monster Memes #1" and "Monster Memes #2". Make sure you check out my "Haunted Michigan" page, too!
A Former Detroit Tiger Hailed From This Little-Known Village in Genesee County, Michigan
The village is Montrose, a place seldom heard by many Michiganders. Now you will know a little more about it..
A Look Inside a Michigan Amish Farmhouse
Ever wonder what the inside of a Michigan Amish farmhouse was like? Well, here you go...
Photo Gallery of 50 More Old Michigan Grocers, 1900-1940s
A far cry from the current cop of "super"markets, these shops had a charm that hardly exists anymore. Take a look...
Abandoned Old Apartment Building, Downtown Detroit, Michigan
This 100+ year-old deserted apartment building sat in an old crumbling neighborhood, just minutes from the Renaissance Center. Take a look...
How Colon, Michigan Became “The Magic Capitol of the World”
Of all places to be the world's magic capitol, why Colon, Michigan? Find out how it happened...
“Won’t You Come Home Bill Bailey” Written in Jackson, Michigan: 1902
Written in Jackson about a philanderer, this became a worldwide popular ragtime tune. Here are details...
Inside the Abandoned Houses of a Deserted Detroit, Michigan Neighborhood
You've seen the outsides of these deserted homes...now take a look at the insides!
Vintage Photos of Paw Paw, Michigan, 1900-1950s…and Where Did The Name Come From?
Here are some great old photos of Paw Paw - also find out who named the town and why!
Park Lake Beach & Recreation Area: Bath, Michigan – Early 1900s
In the 1890s, people from Lansing and surrounding areas flocked to this location in Bath for some summertime fun. Here's some info and a few old photos!
Abandoned Farmhouse and Barn; Just One of Many Found in Northern Michigan
So many old historic farmhouses and barns like this can be found in Northern Michigan...take a look..