Our Friend Eric Leefe Got to Rock Out Today With The Rascals' Gene Cornish

Our friend Eric Leefe today got to rock out with The Rascals' Gene Cornish.

Eric has Cerebral Palsy but before his condition got to where it is today, he was a vocalist with a band that played Max's Kansas City, CBGB's and other clubs in the NYC area. His father was a recording engineer who worked for RCA among other labels. He recorded Elvis Presley singing "Jail House Rock" and he also recorded much of the Tommy James and the Shondell's records

As Bette Midler sings "You've got to have friends", and Eric's got them.

Pictured in the photos L—R: Analogplanet.com editor Michael Fremer, Gene Cornish, Aura Entertainment Group's Carol Ross and Eric Leefe.

OldschoolE's picture

What a thrill! How nice was that?!
Very special!

Michael Fremer's picture
And Gene was a sweetheart...so eager to show Eric a great time. And he did.
audiof001's picture

What sweet guys!

tbromgard's picture

thanks for sharing

azmoon's picture

Looked like fun. And love the way you ended the video - superb.

junker's picture

Have to ask... are you a Welsh Corgi guy Michael?


Michael Fremer's picture
Yes we have two. My wife is out showing one of them today....
vinyl listener's picture

such heartfelt sincerity.
another step towards sainthood michael !

Michael Fremer's picture
He was very giving and generous. I just showed up...and it was Carol Ross who arranged it.
Idler's picture

Rock On Eric!