Hey guys, This is a little OT, but not really. I've been a professional musician for about 35 years. In about 1980 (when I was just a 20 year old kid) I met a cat named Johnny Zorro who was an incredible jazz guitarist. To make a long story short, I played with him for many years and still play with him from time to time. He's in his 80's now but still playing as well as he ever did. I won't presume to even begin to tell his story, but he played for years with Page Cavanaugh, he was a recording artist with Warner Bros. in the late 50's/early 60's, and he even appeared in an old Elvis movie. Through Johnny I have met many famous artists and heard many amazing stories. What's really cool is that there are various people out there who have discovered his old records and put them online. Check these out. Sounds like Hot Rod/surf music to me, man! Road Hog Coesville (check out the cool album cover on this one) Bongo Guitar I know many of you have known old hot rodders who have been mentors to you, Johnny Zorro has been that for me in music. It's an honor and a privilege to know him and I hope you will enjoy his music. Finding one of these records would be like a '32 Roadster barn find to me...well almost. Enjoy!