TALK SHOW WITH HARPER SIMON | EPISODE 54

Real Life with the Rock N’ Roll Circus: Michael Lindsay-Hogg Talks the Beatles, Stones, and Other Explorations

Jumpin' Jack Flash and Let It Be video director Michael Lindsay-Hogg details working with the Beatles and the Rolling Stones, the infamous Rock and Roll Circus, and the unlikely detours he has had on a notable life of creativity.


Guest Bio

Born and raised in New York City and rumored progeny of Orson Welles, Mr. Lindsay-Hogg was a pioneer of the music video, directing the 1960s British television rock series “Ready, Steady, Go!” and The Beatles final public performance and film, Let It Be. He is also a painter and published author of LUCK AND CIRCUMSTANCE.


Jumpin’ Jack Flash and Let It Be video director Michael Lindsay-Hogg details working with the Beatles and the Rolling Stones, the infamous Rock and Roll Circus, and the unlikely detours he has had on a notable life of creativity. Making the first music videos, the rise of MTV, his painting career, and how drugs and rock and roll, luck and circumstances took him to strange places he couldn’t have imagined are all explored in this interview on Harper Simon’s TALK SHOW.