The Rock & Roll Lawyer
Sheldon is a funny guy, a humorist. He began the Rock ‘n’ Roll Lawyer Show in 2005 to reflect his double identity as a lawyer and a long time semi-pro guitarist. He’s played with countless bands since his high school days right up into the present.
Attorney Sheldon Kay’s legal chops are not often exceeded in the legal world. He’s practiced law for the past 42 years. He is radio’s gift to spontaneous humor, the law and rock ‘n’ roll.
His radio program is unlike anything else on the air or on the web. In the spirit of full disclosure Sheldon’s thick head of hair is often mistaken for a wig.
Kelly "Spag" Joseph (The Original and Perpetual Co-host and Executive Producer)
He knew from the moment he walked into Sheldon’s office that they'd be working together. Sheldon is the only other person he knows that loves Rockabilly as much as he does. Not only did they become the best of friends, but they Interviewed some of the greatest guests together over the years, The Crickets, Jack Scott, Red Elvises, Tennessee Three, The Reverend Horton Heat, Brenda Lee, Tommy James, Wanda Jackson, and the list goes on!
They even broadcasted live at The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame! One of the show's favorite Interviews was when they ran into this character named Alvis at the Elvis fest. He was giving Sheldon a hard time and Kelly threatened to knock his sideburns off! They're just a couple of rebels, and often play hooky from work, but never until they're done doing what they love to do: putting the show together! They've laughed so hard their sides hurt and will continue to do so now and always. He's proud to be a part of one of the greatest radio shows of all time!
In 2005, radio host Johnny Danger invited Sheldon and his Cousin Frank, who was more like a big brother, onto his show. On air, Johnny called Sheldon the Rock & Roll Lawyer, and that was where the fire was lit for Sheldon and Frank, and the Rock & Roll Lawyer Show was born. Cousin Frank was the most personable guy around, and everyone called him Cousin because he made you feel like family. Frank was a clown who loved to make jokes, and he loved to listen to jazz music. Sadly, Frank passed away in 2007. But he lives on in the show with segments like Frank's Funny Favorites and Frank's After Hours Lounge.