Singer/Songwriter Bruce Sudano stepped towards the big time when he met Tommy James of Tommy James and The Shondells in the late 1960's. As co-founder of Alive 'N Kickin', Bruce had a Top 10 hit with "Tighter and Tighter" in 1970. His next band was Brooklyn Dreams, formed in the late 70's the group released a handful of albums, but many knew them due to their work with the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame singer Donna Summer - who Bruce married in 1980. Since that time, he has concentrated on his songwriting - a Grammy nominee, and his solo career. Bruce's brand new recording project is titled Spirals Vol. 1 - Not A Straight Line To Be Found. In April of 2020, multi-award winning program director Ray White touches base with Bruce to talk about his latest EP and storied music career. In our showcase segment, we feature the timeless icons of rock and roll - The Rolling Stones, whose latest single is Living In A Ghost Town. The best, the talented, the iconic musicians... all featured on Classic Artists Today.