CJ is a musician, songwriter, author and blogger from Hazleton, PA. A lifelong record collector and musician, CJ brings a perspective as both creator and fan to the TGML Podcast. He has also shared his musical interests via a blog, also called The Groove Music Life, that ran from 2004 to 2012, and with a novel, Resonant Blue, set in the mid-80's. He has also written about professional wrestling for Scoops Central, The Bagpipe Report, and his own The Outsider Edge newsletter, and was the webmaster for (now-former) ECW valet Francine Fournier between 1997 and 2000. He operates his own independent label and music publisher, Generic Yellow Bird Music. He has recorded with his own projects, Kerosene (post-punk) and Project: Rubycon (punk/alternative) and currently sings and plays bass with the rock band Sweet Karma and is working on a black metal band called Melt The Wicked. He lives in Hazleton with his wife, Tara.
Allentown-born Bryan Morgan has played various instruments in a variety of bands since the age of 16. In the late 90's, he recorded his own solo album Upsidedownside, on which he played all of the instruments; the album is being remastered for reissue on Generic Yellow Bird. He lives in Hazleton with his wife Susan and his children. He currently sings and plays drums in the band Sweet Karma.
Dolly is a UK-based voiceover artist whose British accent is heard on The Groove Music Life Podcast's introduction and various inserts. She can be commissioned for work at https://www.fiverr.com/dolly_donut
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