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Show #19 : Joey Brennan, Vince Martell and Peg Pearl

"Near-Death Experiences and other Evidence of the Afterlife"
Original Broadcast Date: March 24, 2013, 4:00 PM EDT

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Musician and founder of a Christian-based addiction program, CARE, Joey Brennan discusses his direct experience of the truth of an afterlife gained during a brief period when he was dead on an operating table from a drug overdose.  Vince Martell, fellow musician and lead guitarist for the legendary rock band "Vanilla Fudge," along with his wife, keyboardist and dynamic vocalist Peg Pearl, continue the conversation with their own experiences lending to a belief in an afterlife.  The hour concludes with several songs performed by Vince and Peg live in the studio.  Viewers are encouraged to text in comments or questions on this subject.


Joey Brennan

Joey BrennanNew Jersey born and bred, Joey Brennan has lived just about everywhere and done just about everything.  As a road-tested drummer from the late '60s on, he has constantly found himself surrounded by incredible musicians and environments.
A big part of his life for the last 14 years has been creating and heading the CARE Ministry (Christion Addiction, Recovery and Education).  which was created out of an affliction conquered and a need to be met.  Based on Christian principles, they have gathered every Monday night since, providing counseling, sharing, strength, hope and experience in Bergen County NJ.


Vince Martell

Vince MartellVince Martell, lead guitarist of Vanilla Fudge and U.S. Navy Veteran, has received wide acclaim and worldwide recognition for the musicianship and originality that have etched out his place in the annals of rock history.  His riff in the Vanilla Fudge chart topper, "You Keep Me Hangin' On," is ranked the number four heaviest guitar riff of all time by Guitar Magazine.  The Vanilla Fudge's symphonic rock remake of this Supremes' hit placed them at number six on the Billboard Charts in the U.S.A. and at number two on the charts in England, second only to The Beatles.  Martell's original,"Thoughts," a B-side to "Take Me for a Little While," went to number six on Italy's Rock Charts.


Peg Pearl

Peg PearlDenver recording artist Peg Pearl has fascinated audiences with her vocals and instrumental prowess on keys from the age of seven when she first performed at the United Nations in New York.   After touring the Caribbean and the United States, she landed a recording contract with Pastel Records in Los Angeles, resulting in her eponymous CD, “Peg Pearl,” with her Denver rock band, “Aura.”  After relocating to New York upon the advise of Vanilla Fudge producer Don Casale, she joined forces with Vince Martell, the legendary lead guitarist of Vanilla Fudge, in the Vince Martell Live Group.  “Peg Pearl’s voice is a finely tuned instrument-her music a force to be reckoned with in the music industry.” (Westword, Denver, Colorado.)