New Audiobook Out Now!
Lennon, The Mobster, & The Lawyer: The Untold Story
Written by Jay Bergen
Narrated by Scott R. McKinley
While John Lennon retreated into private life in 1975, he also fought a major legal battle that flew under the public radar. Mafia-connected Morris Levy, owner of Roulette Records, released Roots, an unauthorized version of a rock ’n’ roll oldies album John had been producing. Levy claimed the former Beatle had verbally agreed to market Roots via TV. The quick release of John Lennon Rock ’n’ Roll, the official album, resulted in two Levy lawsuits against John—and John’s counterclaims against Levy.
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Scott R. McKinley, Narrator
"Rock 'N' Roll" Album Cover
"Roots" Album Cover
I love doing voices.
I love the sound of a sentence carefully read, when the inflections settle in at just the right spots. I love performing in front of an audience, a class, a microphone, (even on phone calls)!
I’ve been known to throw in a dash or two of dialects for seasoning. I’ve been performing and recording books, stories, and trainings for twenty years or more. It’s been the best part of my work life. Voicework is my profession. I read record and produce audiobooks, and do voice overs for eLearning, web sites, commercials, PSAs, video games, animation.
You got a thing? Yeah; I can voice that.
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Audiobooks Out Now!
Narrated by Scott McKinley, Written by Jay Bergen While John Lennon retreated into private life in 1975, he also fought a major legal battle that flew under the public radar. Mafia-connected Morris Levy, owner of Roulette Records, released Roots, an unauthorized version of a rock ’n’ roll oldies album John had been producing. Levy claimed …
Narrated by Scott McKinley, Written by Rena Winters In 1950, a missing persons report turned into one of the most suspenseful stories of a double homicide ever recorded. It was the perfect crime: no motive, no clues, and no bodies. Against all odds, investigative reporter Gene McLain put his career on the line in pursuit …
Narrated by Scott McKinley, Written by Rena Winters This book is based on a true homicide incident that took place in the 1950s in Arizona. Gene McLain, also known as “Bulldog” and “Man of Murder”, was an investigative reporter employed by a national Hearst newspaper who wrote and solved major crimes. In the 1950s, computers …
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