Michael Rolland Davis is president of Ivory Classics, a distinguished and respected record label catering to the finest in classical music. He also produced many of the CDs that featured vurtuoso pianist Earl Wild. After Wild died, Davis completed Wild's fascinating and over 700 page memoir, "A Walk On The Wild Side." Often called "The last of the Romantics" by critics, Wild's first hand accounts of the greatest artists of our time is a "must" and a credit to Davis who compiled it all.
Accolades and Applause
|Thank you for sending on our interview...I love the way you wove in the photographs. It's a strong interview; you did a great job, both interviewing me and producing the piece. - Victoria Wilson, Author & V.P & Senior Editor at Alfred Knopf|
|WOW, WOW-!!! -what a wonderful article---great pictures too!! Thanks for all you do. See you soon, Jim - Jim Hummer, Executive Director College of the Desert|
|Loved the article Gloria! The photos were terrific. Thanks again for everything you do for us GloriaJ Kippy COD_Found_Logo_4c for Email signature Kippy Laflame Executive Assistant 760.862.1380 - Kippy Laflame, Executive Assistant College of the Desert|
|i cannot believe how excellent you were last night. you truly are a professional who not only captured the story of Babar, you embodied the soul of the composition. -- - Joe Giarrusso|
Charities and Causes
ACT for MS
Please Suport this organization by clicking the logo above and giving a donation or your time. ACT for MS provides programs and services for people diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis that live in the Coachella Valley. Programs and services are free to insure that all can participate without having to eliminate or reduce vital needs such as housing, food, utilities, etc.
The Camelot Theatres have just been selected Best In The Valley for the 4th consecutive year by the readers of the Desert Sun newspaper.
They have been with us since "Conversations With Gloria Greer" first began on Time Warner Cable ten years ago. The Camelot Theatres are supporters... Read More