The Marx family is pretty excited for Lucas, my middle son. He’s been cast in next season’s Fox drama series called “Ride-Along” as the son of the lead character, played by Jason Clarke. The series also stars Jennifer Beals and Delroy Lindo, and is produced by Shawn Ryan, who also produced “The Shield.” We’ll keep you posted so you can tune in.
Richard and Matt Scannell are performing on June 7 at Jon Lovitz’ Comedy Club at Universal City Walk in Universal City, Ca. The show will be filmed as a pilot for a possible series, and the guys would love you to come and show your support. Admission is free and the show starts at 7:30pm. Jon Lovitz and other comedians will be performing prior to Richard and Matt’s show. So come on out!!!
1. Go Your Own Way-Fleetwood Mac
2. Somebody’s Baby-Jackson Browne
3. Jet Airliner-Steve Miller
4. Did It In a Minute-Hall and Oates (“ah-oh-ah-oh”)
5. One of These Nights- Eagles
6. All Night Long- Billy Squier
7. September- Earth Wind and Fire (that’s my old buddy David Foster playing piano…badass!!)
8. Fire- Sly and the Family Stone
9. Cut The Cake- Average White Band
10. You’re No Good- Linda Ronstadt
11. Hot Legs- Rod “the Mod” Stewart
12. Love Is Alive- Gary Wright
I want to take a moment to address the topic of fan posted-videos online. First, I really appreciate everyone who comes to see me play, period. And I love the enthusiasm behind posting a video from my show in order to share that enthusiasm with other fans. I actually don’t mind seeing videos posted of select songs from the band shows I do, or the Duo shows with Matt Scannell. I’m proud of the music we play and I, as a fan of many artists, love to see clips of songs from live shows. But videos of my solo show is another story. That experience is and will be the most intimate I’ve ever had with an audience, and the stories and jokes and banter in between songs is something that should be shared by those of us in that room at that time. I don’t think anyone who’s posted these kind of clips means me any disrespect whatsoever. But I also think they would never in a million years think of going to a movie, video-ing key plot scenes, and then posting those vids online. They wouldn’t because it would be ruining the movie experience for others, and that is exactly what you’re doing by posting these vids from my solo show. You’re blowing it for others who will come to the show.
So, with deep gratitude, I ask that you do not do this.