The Marc & Myra Show

Aug 25, 2011People We Lerve

The Marc & Myra Show had Carolina Herrera as a guest.

Ruth La Ferla of The New York Times Style talks about how prevalent the 1970’s are this fall season. “The ’70s have been revisited time and again in more recent decades, but not with the conviction demonstrated on the runways of late.” Besides in fashion, there are other nods to the period that depict one of the most creative eras in New York’s history. Ruth also mentions The Marc & Myra Show on Sirius Radio, a radio show that features Studio 54 survivors, Marc Benecke (doorman) and Myra Scheer (keeper of the VIP List), who worked at the infamous club. The station plays disco music naturally, but Marc & Myra also invite guests for their chat show who were Studio 54 regulars. Bob Colacello, Carolina Herrera, Richie Notar and I have come to the studio to relive our youths and reminisce about the best times of our lives. The show is adorable and not because I was a guest, but more for the fact that listeners will get a peek into a seminal moment when the word fabulous was actually that and glamor was what the doctor ordered. When my episode airs, believe me, you will be the first to know.

That's me at Studio 54 circa 1978 on roller skates... stoned.

One Response to “The Marc & Myra Show”

  1. Mike gainey says:

    To the first girl I kissed in Savannah, I am awed, fascinated and proud to know you. So, you see, you were the first girl I kissed as well. Michael Gainey