Listen to the interview at the link below:
Allen and Rossi appear at 6mins 8s into the program, or enjoy the entire episode.
Check out this sweet article though from 1994 still resonates today because Las Vegas is blessed to continue to have both Marty Allen and Steve Rossi performing in our town. Rest in peace to those acts we no longer have on our stages.
Read the complete article by clicking on the image below – or read it here.
This is a quick read from Tales of the Casting Couch by Marty Allen.
Take heed Comic Con geeks the original spoof of Batman was done by Allen & Rossi.
Wouldn’t you love to see it at next years Comic Con?
Steve is working to re-release this album so that a new generation of Batman fans can enjoy the laughs he had in creating the original album.
Check out this fan article about the album on Way Out Junk. And yes the album is much funnier if you understand the Jewish references.
Here’s the track list:
- Rubin’s Dream
- Enter Batman
- Enter Commissioner Gordon
- Enter the Penguin
- At the Discotheque
- Enter the Catwoman
- Enter the Riddler
- A Clue
- Batman and Rubin Meet the Riddler
- Rubin Awakes
Don’t forget that in Las Vegas you can get your copy autographed after attending a Steve Rossi or a Marty Allen show!
Check out the interviews of Steve on the Classic Television and showbiz blog. This is a great insight into Steve’s career that may surprise those who think they know everything about his rise to fame.
Topics Include: Joe E. Ross, Nancy Sinatra, Billy Strange, Lee Hazlewood, Marty Allen, Telly Savalas, Cindy Williams, Slappy White, Phil Foster, Norm Crosby, Mitch DeWood, the murder of Dorothy Kilgallen, Break up of Jerry Lewis and Dean Martin, Woody Allen, Mia Farrow, Danny Aiello, Sandy Baron, Corbett Monica, Harry Crane, Gene Baylos,
Topics Include: Working with Mae West, Arthur Godfrey, Trini Lopez, Slappy White, James Brown, Sammy Davis Jr., Batman and Rubin, Bob Kane, The Man From O.R.G.Y., Real Gone Girls, Howard Stern, the murder of Dorothy Kilgallen,
Check out this cute story from 1962 about Carol Burnett, Marty Allen, and the Legendary Steve Rossi performing in the Civil Light Opera.