On today's show:
Déjà Vu, All Over Again
(Starts at 7:45)
The documentary, "David Crosby: Remember My Name," recounts the life and career of the rock/folk music veteran, including his rocky relationships with Stephen Stills, Graham Nash and Neil Young. Crosby and the film's director, A.J. Eaton, and producer, Cameron Crowe, spoke with John Horn at the Sundance Film Festival where the movie premiered. It arrives in theaters on July 19.
A Scam Artist Infiltrates Hollywood
(Starts at :45)
John talks with The Hollywood Reporter's Scott Johnson about his story on the so-called Con Queen of Hollywood — "a sophisticated swindler who for several years has been impersonating prominent producers, studio executives and other members of the entertainment industry as part of an elaborate financial scam."
Reasons To Celebrate For Linda Ronstadt
(Starts at 18:30)
The popular singer turns 73 today, but the celebration started a couple weeks ago when she was honored by a cultural center in Los Angeles. The Frame contributor Betto Arcos was there and he later spoke with Ronstadt about the album, “Live in Hollywood,” a concert recording of hers from the early '80s that was recently released. She's also the subject of a new documentary coming out in September.