Late Night with Conan and the Max Weinberg 7
D.J., Conan O'Brien, Scotty and Jimmy Vivino
You may know "Mighty Max" as the drummer
Springsteen and the E St. Band but when he's not touring with Bruce
his full time gig is heading up the band for Conan
O'Brien on NBC-TV. Scotty and D.J.'s album, "All
The King's Men" was nominated for a Grammy Award in 1998 and on
February 24th while in New York for the presentation performed with
Weinberg 7" on the "Late Night with Conan O'Brien"
show. The Max Weinberg 7 normally features Max on drums, Scott
Healy on Piano & B3, Michael Merritt on Acoustic & Electric
Bass, Mark Pender on Trumpet & Vocals, Richie La Bamba on Trombone
& Vocals, Jerry Vivino on Saxes, Clarinet, & Vocals,
on Guitar & Vocals.
Scotty autographing a drum head for Max Weinberg
Scotty's association with E St. band members goes
back to 1994 when bassist Gary Tallent produced an album for Sonny
Burgess and requested Scotty play on it.
D.J. and Max Weinberg
Jimmy Vivino and
Jimmy Vivino in NJ in 1996 when they and many other famous guitarists
gathered for a presentation of Scott Chinery's "Blue
Gail Pollock with the flowers from Conan
While touring the studios Gail noticed the flowers on
Conan's desk and commented. Conan, the gentleman and all around
nice guy that he is then sent staff in search of something to wrap them
in so that he could give them to her.
Scotty, Max and D.J.
page added Dec. 28, 2004