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Articles Unplugged Tour Connects CrossCountry For Some Music Therapy..........6 Interview: Simon Kirke............................8 Interview: Billy J. Kramer.......................12 A Message from Rockers In Recovery: The Power of Music and Message.................................20

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Unplugged Tour Connects Cross-Country For

Some Music Therapy

By Carol Harblin, CHHC, RAP


hat do you get when you mix more than 60 years experience of stories into one acoustic band? You get three men with a common vision and mission who walked a similar path as their recovery audience, about twenty years prior, in hopes that they can help shed some light for them too. Three men with years of recovery and stories come together and play in different treatment facilities and rehabs across the country with the hopes of giving strength and camaraderie to those who are embarking on their recovery paths. These men play as part of an Unplugged acoustic series throughout the country. Who are these three supermen? They are Richie Supa, Ricky Byrd and Kasim Sulton. These men are the words behind many songs that are sung by many known rock bands, such as Aerosmith, Blue Oyster Cult and Meatloaf, just to name a few. Songs that are played and sung by this acoustic threesome are messages and stories about recovery. The reactions of their audiences in the treatment centers are typically


transfixed and in awe because each song played always hits home. Everyone’s stories are different, but there is still a similar journey between people in recovery that makes the bonds thicker than blood. That is what makes their cross-country treatment center “tour” so fulfilling and soulful because it reaches the people in a profound way that no other way could demonstrate. The music reaches to the depths of the soul with a poignant message that anyone in recovery (families too) can completely relate to. One song, by Richie Supa, “In The Rooms,” is a song-story about the journey of a person through his recovery. According to Supa, “The reaction to the song was phenomenal.” When people from all backgrounds and stories in recovery come together (whether people are in the beginning stages or who have more than 20 years in recovery) there is a shared friendship and bond that gives

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each other hope and strength. In regards to sharing his story and message, Kasim Sulton said, “When we spread the message of recovery and we all come together to play it makes me feel that anything is possible [in recovery].” One of the songs that Sulton wrote and plays during the unplugged series is, “The One Sure Thing.” “It’s very personable and heart-warming to share a little of our stories and songs that is near to our hearts,” said Sulton. More and more drug treatment facilities are implementing music therapy to their programs. Music reaches people on a soul level that ignites emotions and feelings that have been repressed for years. Music therapy in the treatment centers are getting more popular, “now I can use music as a tool,” said Supa. « Ricky Byrd



An interview with legendary drummer

Simon Kirke By ricky byrd photos by carl dunn


ot only is Simon Kirke a pal of mine, but I must admit he’s also one of my favorite Rock ‘n’ Roll Drummers. I was a huge fan of the bands he played with (Free and Bad Company). Way back when I was a young lad just starting my musical journey, I spent many a garage rehearsals trying to get the drummer to play the song like ”Kirke” would play it! Simon always played to the song and kept it simple, throwing in an occasional fill to accent a Paul Rodgers lyric or as an off ramp to guide us listeners into the next section. My kind of drummer! I’ve been lucky enough to share a stage with him more than a few times. Back in the 90’s he was kind enough to join up with me and Kasim Sulton for the semi acoustic trio I put together after I left the Blackhearts. Most recently we were part of a Benefit for Right Turn, a Boston treatment center run by our


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mutual friend Woody Giessman.

got into downers; Mandrax which were the English equivalent of Quaaludes.

I called Simon last week and asked if he would let me interview him for Rockers In Recovery magazine and without missin’ a beat (he never does) he said, “Sure Ricky.”

But in his defense he only started that after Free had split up for the first time.

My kind of pal!

RB: Tell us a bit about the downward progression of addiction and when you first thought things were getting out of hand.

Ricky Byrd: You were only in your late teens when you were a part of the band Free. That’s pretty young to have the kind of success you guys had. Money in the pocket, everybody wants to be your friend, night after night on stage in front of thousands of fans. Let’s just say the ego gets quite the boost. Tough enough to deal with if you have some life experience under your belt, but in your teens it seems like a recipe for bad choices [laughs]. How did that experience tie in with your drug and alcohol use in those early days? Simon Kirke: Well in the beginning blind ambition kept me on the straight and narrow. I left home at 18 determined to give my dream a shot. I was drinking a little bit here and there, just beer and wine occasionally. I didn’t smoke dope until I was 19 and even then it never got the better of me.

SK: Things got really bad for me when I started doing coke. My drinking went through the roof and I had to take downers to take the edge off and sleep. I got seriously into the hard stuff when Bad Company disbanded in 1980 and after my wife walked out I went into my first rehab. By then I was doing a lot of coke most days and drinking hard liquor. I was a complete mess. My liver had swollen up and I had prescriptions from 3 doctors for downers. RB: I know I wore my addiction like a R&R badge of honor. Never thought it was a problem, just part of the lifestyle. At 30 I decided to leave the party.

Free was pretty much a beer and dope band until Paul Kossoff



have to worry about strange vehicles in my rear view mirror anymore or if I have enough money in the ATM to cop. I don’t sneak around and live life in the shadows. I only wish I had gotten it sooner in my life. I applaud (and am secretly envious) of the youngsters I see in AA and particularly NA who are getting a handle on it. I firmly believe addiction is genetically passed down. One of my kids has the gene and is in NA, courtesy of me, and is coming up on 3 years clean. RB: Would you like to say anything to the people reading this right now that are on the line about asking for help. siimon back in the day

Problem was, it took until I was just about to turn 31 before I made it to the door [laughs] and I might add it wasn’t a very pretty year. How long between that first thought of, “maybe I should slow down” to “OK, I might need some help here?” SK: I thought my problem was a phase I was going through and once I got my career back on track things would straighten out. I knew nothing about addiction in those days. Didn’t know I was a full blown addict. That came after 4 more rehabs and 15 years plus an awful lot of money!

SK: I would say to anyone who is wrestling with this, get help now. It takes courage to ask for help and I guarantee that you will find an outpouring of help and love like never before when you get in touch. It’s never too late. RB: You’re a good guy Simon and I’m so glad we have music and recovery in common, “one day at a time pally, one day at a time!” «

In terms of years I guess around 2 before I cottoned on, plus a lot of help from my long suffering wife. RB: How has your sober journey changed your life? SK: My sober journey has restored my self-confidence and respect. I don’t 10

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An Interview With

Billy J.Kramer

By Liberty Devitto


hen you look up the British Invasion and the influence it had on music and the world, you will find that Billy J. Kramer was a major player. Along with The Beatles, Gerry and the Pacemakers, and Cilla Black, Billy J. Kramer and the Dakotas were part of the Brian Epstein camp that were signed to his management. Billy was a personal friend with all the Beatles and his

first four hit records were written for him by John Lennon and Paul McCartney. "Do You Want To Know A Secret," "Bad To Me," "I'll Keep You Satisfied," and "From A Window" were songs produced by the famed George Martin. Billy played the famous Cavern Club many times as well as paying his dues in the clubs in The Reeperbahn district of Hamburg, Germany. Just like so many others that were caught up in the whirlwind of fame and fortune at a young age, Billy developed an addiction to alcohol and drugs. Billy J. Kramer has been in the program and has recently celebrated 25 years of sobriety. Liberty Devitto: You were a part of a movement in music that changed the way a whole generation looked, listened and acted. What was it like to live and work, with not only The Beatles, but the rest of the Liverpool music scene ? Billy J. Kramer: On the one hand, it was obviously very exciting. On the other hand, it was overwhelming. Liberty: How did it feel to go from being a young man working on locomotives in a train yard, to becoming the idol of millions, with hit records, fancy suits and screaming girls while making some real money?


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Billy: I had just released my first record, Do You Want To Know A Secret. I traveled from Liverpool to Manchester to do my first TV show.

the bars of a jail cell from the inside-out didn't change anything. I was so high when I got out that I got lost driving around the block from my house.

At the time, there was a huge political scandal in the UK involving politicians and underage girls called The Profumo Trials. The TV show had me pushing over file cabinets and pulling out files and throwing them all over the studio while singing, "Do You Want To Know A Secret." When I arrived back in Liverpool, I got off the bus at the end of my street, and could see a crowd at the top of the street. Little did I know it was a crowd of screaming girls, and I had a lot of trouble getting into my parents' house. From then on, I had to have a police escort. Since I was basically very shy and lacked self-esteem, I would go out drinking and come home at six in the morning to cope with it.

I was now regularly vomiting on my shoes. The one "morning after" when me and my now wife were dating, she looked at me and gave me the ultimatum, "it's going to be me or your drinking." It was right then and there that I made the decision to clean up my act. I must admit, I felt alone because everyone I knew partied. Then I met Ricky Byrd and through him met so many others like me. That's how I became a part of Rockers In Recovery and through Ricky, I met you. What was it like when you decided to take that first step?

Liberty: You first became popular in your home country of England. But the English beat was now becoming popular in America and all the groups had their sights set on The Ed Sullivan Show in New York City. How did you feel on your first trip to the States and what was it like playing the Ed Sullivan Show ?

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Billy: When I first got off the plane, I was so overwhelmed by NYC that I wanted to get on the next plane back. Little did I know that I would one day be living here. I didn't have any concept of the magnitude of the TV audience for Ed Sullivan. It was a good thing that I was ignorant to it, or I would have had many sleepless nights leading up to it and been a bundle of nerves. Liberty: Denial played a big part in my addiction. Two unsuccessful marriages, the loss of a ton of money, and looking through

Billy: I met my present wife Roni and moved to NY. I was drinking and taking pills around the clock, and I started to get up and drink Jack Daniels in the morning. I would crouch behind dumpsters on my way to the railroad station while on my way into the city to rehearse. I would have a shopping bag full of alcohol and would drink all through rehearsals. I realized that if I carried on like this that it would end my relationship with someone I loved very much and that I would die from the drinking and drugs. I knew



nothing about rehabs and recovery. At first, I thought I was going to do it my own way and read lots of self-help books. Then, I went to see a prominent psychiatrist who informed me that he could take my money, but my problem was that I was an alcoholic. Different people had said the same thing to me on many occasions, but I never took it seriously. This time, I burst into tears. I had always been in such denial and told myself

Liberty: How has your life changed with your sobriety? Billy: It might seem a small thing to most people, but until I got sober, I never had the confidence to drive a car. Within four months of getting sober, I had a driver's license, which is something I never in my wildest dreams thought I would accomplish. Going on stage clean and sober was scary at first. I still get stage fright, but now I enjoy my work more than I ever did, even at the height of my career. There are bumps in the road and the things that used to make me want to go out and drink no longer do. It's great waking up and not having someone tell you what an idiot you made of yourself the night before. Liberty: If Billy J. Kramer "then" was standing in front of Billy J. Kramer "now" asking for help, what would you say to him? Billy: I would tell him that if you don't have sobriety, you don't have anything.

billy j. kramer during the british invasion era that I drank a lot because of the pressures of the business, and that one day I would be out of the business and be able to stop. When I got home, I looked in the phone book and found the number for Alcoholics Anonymous. I attended an AA meeting and immediately realized it was exactly where I belonged. I will be sober for 26 years at the end of June.

Liberty: I have to tell you, when we perform together and you yell to the crowd, "Are you ready to rock?" I think to myself, now that I am sober, "I am always ready!" A Rockers In Recovery and Billy J. Kramer show, I'd like to see that happen. Thanks Billy. Billy: Thanks Lib, for being a power of example and a great friend. ÂŤ


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Rockers In Recovery: The Power of

Music and Message

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he Rockers In Recovery Music Festival, as part of the Rockers In Recovery Live Concert Series and in partnership with American Addiction Centers, was held November 2-4 at C.B. Smith Park’s Concert Green in Pembroke Pines, Florida. Music legends, their fans and the recovery community alike came together during this annual event to discuss, share in and celebrate recovery awareness and, of course, to rock. The Rockers In Recovery Music Festival was a three-day concert, campout and "Clean and Sober Woodstock" for anyone in recovery or anyone who supports the recovery community. Music and entertainment thrived during the drug, alcohol and gambling-free festival. 20 incredible acts spanned 72 hours, including performances by David Uosikkinen of The Hooters, Randi Fishenfeld of Bruce Springsteen and BB King, and the Rockers In Recovery All-Star Band themselves,

which included Mark Stein (Vanilla Fudge), Liberty Devitto (Billy Joel), Kasim Sulton (Todd Rundgren and Blue Oyster Cult), Christine Ohlman (Saturday Night Live Band) and Richie Supa (Aerosmith and Richie Sambora). The line-up was impressive and the audience definitely rocked out, but there was also a palpable sense of fellowship and respect among all attendees. John Hollis, founder of Rockers In Recovery says, “I’m eternally grateful to American Addiction Centers. Without their support, we would not be able to carry our message. For people to be able to have fun and excitement and realize that their lives are not over, but just beginning, is really what we’re all about.” Also included at the event: a 24-hour marathon-meeting tent for fellowships and special interest meetings, a 'Meet and Greet' featuring RIR band members at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel, a children’s tent with activities, plenty of food and recovery merchandise. In their down time, concertgoers enjoyed lakeside tent and RV

2012 RIR Music Fest: RIR All-star Band - Mark Stein (Vanilla Fudge), Liberty Devitto (Billy Joel) , Christine Ohlman (Saturday Night Live Band), Kasim Sulton (Todd Rundgren and Blue Oyster Cult), Richie Supa (Aerosmith and Richie Sambora), special guests David Uosikkinen (The Hooters), Randi Fishenfeld (Bruce Springsteen and BB King) and Tony Fellows. 20

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camping, water skiing, fishing, tennis, golf and swimming. Executive VP of American Addiction Centers, Jim Bevell, is very excited about its recent partnership with Rockers In Recovery. He said, “We’ve always felt this is a great thing to be involved with, because we want people to know they can still enjoy their lives once they’re in recovery. This is a really festive event. People were out there having a lot of fun - clean and sober - it does RIR Music Fest - WOW! Having Fun In Recovery!

my heart good.” These inspirational music legends continue to share their own recovery stories and prove that with treatment and education, recovery is possible – even for a Rock ‘N’ Roll wild-child.

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march  florida March 2nd @ 5PM-7PM Rockers In Recovery All-Star Band - Community Addiction Awareness Concert 201 West Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach, Florida 33444 22nd Delray Beach International Tennis Championships Delray Beach Stadium & Tennis CenteR Featuring: The Rockers In Recovery All Star Band and Special Guests RIR All-Star Band – Richie Supa (Aerosmith and Richie Sambora), Ricky Byrd (Joan Jett and the Blackhearts), Kasim Sulton (Todd Rundgren and Blue Oyster Cult), Mark Stein (Vanilla Fudge), Liberty Devitto (Billy Joel), Christine Ohlman (Saturday Night Live Band). Call the box office for ticket info, (561) 330-6000. florida March 23rd @ 9PM-11PM Rockers In Recovery All-Star Band - Revolution Live 100 SW 3rd Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312 Revolution Live Featuring: The Rockers In Recovery All-Star Band and Special Guests RIR All-Star Band – Richie Supa (Aerosmith and Richie Sambora), Ricky Byrd (Joan Jett and the Blackhearts), Kasim Sulton (Todd Rundgren and Blue Oyster Cult), Mark Stein (Vanilla Fudge), Liberty Devitto (Billy Joel), Christine Ohlman (Saturday Night Live Band). One more band to be announced. Tickets on sale Janurary 1, 2013. Call (954) 826-4920 for more information. Doors open at 8pm EST.

may  florida May 25th Memorial Day Concert and Picnic 401 S. Powerline Rd., Deerfield Beach, FL 33442 Quiet Waters Park Featuring: The Rockers In Recovery All-Star Band and Special Guests RIR All-Star Band – Richie Supa (Aerosmith and Richie Sambora), Ricky Byrd (Joan Jett and the Blackhearts), Kasim Sulton (Todd Rundgren and Blue Oyster Cult), Mark Stein (Vanilla Fudge), Liberty Devitto (Billy Joel), Christine Ohlman (Saturday Night Live Band). Four more bands to be announced. Tickets on sale January 1, 2013. Call (954) 826-4920 for more information.


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Jan 25, 2013... Buy tickets now by clicking on the link -RIR All Star Band – Musical Director Ricky Byrd (Joan Jett and the Blackhearts), Ri...

Rockers In Recovery - December 2012  

Jan 25, 2013... Buy tickets now by clicking on the link -RIR All Star Band – Musical Director Ricky Byrd (Joan Jett and the Blackhearts), Ri...