Only the good die young: Jimmie Haskell revisits hit records with Rick Nelson

Drop dead gorgeous and definitely cast against type, Rick Nelson is a flute playing Pied Piper who persuades inexperienced young girls to become prostitutes in “Harem”, a second season episode from “The Streets of San Francisco” broadcast on September 5, 1973. Image Credit: ABC Photo Archives / Getty Images

Jimmie Haskell, a three-time Grammy-winning music industry veteran who worked with Elvis Presley, Neil Diamond, Chicago, the Everly Brothers, and hundreds of other talents, takes off his boxing gloves for a no-holds-barred conversation recalling his glory years spent supervising the recordings of “Garden Party” songwriter Rick Nelson.

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Jeremy Roberts

Retro pop culture interviews & lovin’ something fierce sustain this University of Georgia Master of Agricultural Leadership alum. Email: jeremylr@windstream.net