The Jukebox: From Edison to IPod with Lance Miccio & Designer and Artist Effi

Co Host: Monica Valdes

Guest: Producer, Director, Writer, Painter, Lance Miccio

In 2002, Lance Miccio created a promo trailer starring Francesco Quinn (Rah-Platoon) based on his screenplay “The Garrison” a tale of Dante’s Inferno with the Battle of Stalingrad as a backdrop. His trailer attracted the Academy award winning producer John Daly (platoon,Terminator, Hoosiers) Later, In the feature film, The Aryan Couple, miccio wrote a key scene for John Daly and Martin landau. From writing to directing for the History Channel in his first TV show “Night of the Long Knives, also a segment producer for “Hippies” His film “The Jukebox: from Edison to Ipod” narrated by Peter Coyote was nominated as Best American Documentary for the Dylan Thomas Award (The Tinny) at the Swansea bay Festival and later accepted into The 60th Cannes Film Festival and was made a part of The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s permanent collection in 2007.

Guest: World Traveler, Designer Effi was born in Israel and immigrated to the United States where she lives life to the fullest creating fascinating one of kind lifestyle products and furniture. Inspired by culture and architecture, her exclusive pieces are a reminder that creativity and it’s healing power has no limits! She is an Advocate for The Down Syndrome Association.




My Co Host: Monica Rosales Executive Director of DOCMIAMI.ORG The organization is dedicated to promoting the best that documentary film making has to offer worldwide.

ROCK & ROLL MADE IN MEXICO Produced by Fito de la Parra and Directed by Lance Miccio, Rock & Roll Made in Mexico from Evolution to Revolution is now available on DVD for the general public! If you are interested in Canned Heat, this DVD follows Fito’s journey and part in the story of Rock & Roll Made In Mexico as well as the founders, originators, and current torch-bearers on this new DVD available as a Single English-Only DVD and the Deluxe 2-Disc Set with Spanish Subtitles and Soundtrack CD. The story starts in the 1940’s and follows the Evolution of Mexican Rock & Roll through the present.

www.cannedheatmusic.comFito’s book Living the blues