About Trevor Joe Lennon



Trevor's radio career brought him from Michigan to the Finger Lakes area of New York State, and then on to Buffalo, Syracuse and Rochester, NY. After many years in the snow belt, he felt it was time to relocate somewhere much warmer...and that is how he ended up in Daytona Beach, FL. After a lengthy stint in Daytona, Trevor moved on to become a Program Director and Morning Drive host in Tampa. He recently developed & launched his own format: "Trevor Joe Lennon's Guerrilla Radio".

"Sixty Minutes of Sixties" is Trevor's weekly show, where he delves into the people, places and events that shaped the 60s experience. Trevor has a knack for acquiring top-notch guests to interview and his conversational interview style makes it easy for him to develop an instant rapport with his guests. "Sixty Minutes of Sixties" is also chock-full of great sixties tunes, and you may just catch yourself learning something new...



Some of the people that Trevor has interviewed, in no particular order:

Robbie Kreiger of The Doors

Carl Palmer of Emerson, Lake & Palmer

Jack La Lanne, exercise guru

Dr. John LePri, Associate Professor of Biology, UNCG

Johnny Whitaker, actor best known for his role in "Family Affair"

Robin Bachman, of BTO

Frank Bank, who played Lumpy Rutherford in "Leave it to Beaver"

Wavy Gravy who announced "What we have in mind is breakfast in bed for 400,000!" at Woodstock.

Romeo Cary, son of actor Timothy Carey

Dwayne Hickman, who played "Dobie Gillis"

Laurie Jacobson, writer

Billy Gray, actor on "Father Knows Best"

Bill Mumy, of "Lost in Space"

Alan Young, actor in "Mr. Ed"

Leslie West, of Mountain

Dennis Weaver, actor in "Gunsmoke"

Brad Delp of Boston

Sam Andrew of Big Brother & the Holding Company

Tony Dow, who played Wally Cleaver in "Leave it to Beaver"

Jon Provost, who played Timmy in "Lassie"

Tim Conway, comedian & actor in "McHale's Navy"

Phil Esposito, hockey Hall of Famer

Charlie Daniels of the Charlie Daniels Band

Paul Howard, son of Moe Howard of The Three Stooges

Joan Howard, daughter of Moe Howard

Jim Bouton, pitcher, author & sportscaster

George Barris, famed car designer

Christopher Knight aka Peter Brady in "The Brady Bunch"

John Martino, actor in "The Godfather"

Hank Ehlbeck, Life Magazine photographer

Denny McLain, former pitcher for the Detroit Tigers & 31 game winner

Edgar Winter, musician

Yvonne Craig, actress that played "BatGirl"

Jon Anderson of Yes

Pat Benatar, musician

Kathy Garver, actress in "Family Affair"

Carmine Appice of Vanilla Fudge

Butch Patrick, who played Eddie Munster in "The Munsters"

Pete Best, former drummer for The Beatles

Stanley Livingston, who played Chip Douglas in "My 3 Sons"

Art Clokey, "Gumby's Dad" (creator of Gumby)

Paul Petersen, who played Jeff Stone on "The Donna Reed Show"

Peter Tork of The Monkees

Ted Nugent, musician

Phil Gittelman, agent

Barry Livingston, who played Ernie Douglas in "My 3 Sons"

Mike Keith, who does play-by-play for the Tennessee Titans

Pat Travers, musician

Marty Balin of Jefferson Airplane

Joey Molland of Badfinger

Tim Bogart of Vanilla Fudge

Jim McCarty of Mitch Ryder & the Detroit Wheels

Anton Fig, drummer for the CBS Orchestra on "The Late Show With David Letterman"

Rock Scully, manager for The Grateful Dead for 20 years

May Pang, John Lennon's girlfriend

Jack Rousch, car designer

George Lindsey of "The Andy Griffith Show"

Lisa Loring, actress in "The Addams Family"

Dr. Dave Williams of NASA

Stella Stevens, actress

Tony Levin, musician known for his work with Todd Rundgren & Peter Gabriel

Chip Taylor, musician & songwriter of "Wild Thing" & "Angel of the Morning"

Jesse Gress, guitarist with Todd Rundgren & Tony Levin Band

Todd Rundgren, musician

Spencer Davis, musician

Soupy Sales, comedian

Mario Andretti, race car driver

Big Daddy Don Garlits, drag racer

Ray Fox, car builder

Greg Allman, musician

Kay Ginter of NASA

Brian Johnson of AC/DC

Ken Geringer, writer

Bob Adams, NFL player

Jack Youngblood, NFL Hall of Famer

Gered Mankowitz, Rolling Stones photographer

Steve Roby, writer of book & articles on Jimi Hendrix

Bob Kurts, animator