Kat Goldman + Paul Shaffer + Perez Hilton

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On this edition of the Richard Crouse Show Podcast we meet singer, songwriter and now author Kat Goldman. Her book "Off the Charts: What I Learned From My Almost-Fabulous Life in Music" is a funny and heartfelt look at what it's like to meet your first fan, date a rock star (never again!), perform in a grocery store, and rebuild your career after getting hit by a car in a bagel shop.  Then, did you know "It's Raining Men," the 1982 disco hit by the Weather Girls, is part Canadian? The upbeat song, which was just inducted into the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame, was written by Donna Summer’s songwriter Paul Jabara and the Toronto-born musician and former band leader of Late Show with David Letterman, Paul Shaffer, who joins me from Los Angeles. Finally, blogger, columnist, and media personality Perez Hilton, Francesca Bacardi senior Reporter at PageSix.com and reality television personality Roxy Earle, discuss the public’s appetite for gossip.