From Swingin’ ’60s Model To Psychologist Author — Dr. Boyd Shares Lessons Learned From Rock’s Elite
This edition of “A Look at the Arts with Tom Lounges” originally aired Wednesday, Nov. 12 at 12 Noon CST.
Lessons learned from her life with Mick Fleetwood, George Harrison and other rockers shared !
Tom’s guest or this week’s installment of “A LOOK AT THE ARTS with TOM LOUNGES” is DR. JENNY BOYD who along with her older sister Patti Boyd has spent her life in the company of rock music’s greatest talents.
Prior to becoming a psychologist and author, Boyd was the wife of Fleetwood Mac’s co-founder/drummer MICK FLEETWOOD. Boyd was also the former sister-in-law of the late, great Beatle GEORGE HARRISON and traveled to India with The Beatles and their musical entourage. It was while seeking enlightenment in India with The Beatles, that folk-rock singer Donovan was so smitten by Boyd that he was inspired to immortalize her in music with his trippy 1968 pop hit “JENNIFER JUNIPER.”
In “IT’S NOT ONLY ROCK ‘N’ ROLL” — now available via JOHN BLAKE PUBLISHING – this former Swinging ‘60s model turned psychologist takes her readers and the listeners of Lakeshore Public Radio’s “A Look At The Arts with Tom Lounges” on a magical mystery tour inside the creative process famous musicians who revealed to her the root of their creativity.
DR. JENNY BOYDcalls from her home in England for this chat. Music from Don Henley, Fleetwood Mac, Bonnie Raitt and others will be featured in this program, which will be re-broadcast on Thursday, November 13 at 6pm CST.