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!
The Original Tiger Stadium – The “Most Famous Corner” in Detroit
Michigan's beloved Tiger Stadium underwent a handful of name changes before settling on the most iconic one. Read some info and see some vintage photos!
Inside the Abandoned Hospital Where Michael Jackson Was Born
Go inside the abandoned hospital where Michael Jackson was born, and see his childhood home in Indiana!
20 of Michigan’s Greatest Urban Legends
December may be the season to be merry, but now's the season to be scary. Check out this group of 20 Michigan Urban legends!
Two Michigan Places Named ‘Pinchtown’ and How They Got That Name
Neither exist anymore. One is now a ghost town, the other became part of another city. Check out some info and photos...
The Ghost Town of Central Mine, Keweenaw Peninsula
After the mine closed in 1898, this Michigan village quickly became a ghost town. Take a look at some photos and info!
How Many of these Michigan Attractions Have You Visited?
Roadtrippin' thru Michigan and pointing out things to the family makes a great weekend getaway. Take a look at 25 quirky things to see!
Read How Snowboarding and Snowboards Were Created in Michigan
Winter, 1965. A Michigan man creates a way to 'surf' in the snow for his daughters. Read the story here!
Nellie Pope, the Detroit Axe Murderess of 1895
Labeled as one of Michigan's most devious women, Nellie Pope claimed her innocence until she died. Click in for the story...
Michigan Had Its Own “Chamber of Horrors” in the 1890s
The grisly, the ghastly, the horrific...all under one Michigan roof back in the late 1800s. Where did it go? Read some info and see a few photos...
A Virtual Tour of 50 Haunted Michigan Sites
Halloween isn't far off...these will help get you in the mood!