NYC radio personality Carol Miller has had a profound effect on the history of rock music, and she doesn't even play an instrument. Staring in 1971, she's been a professional, lifelong friend and the audio version of the best relationship you ever had.
Carol is a radio personality but not just any radio personality, according to the Orlando-based radio show Growing Bolder. She's the one who introduced Bruce Springsteen to
New York, and
she's brought all the greatest bands and musicians straight to listeners on New York's WAXQ FM Q104.3, on
Sirius satellite radio and before that on WPLJ and WNEW.
She's featured in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, she's been on VH1 and Entertainment Tonight and she's written a great new book about her experiences called "Up All Night: My Life and Times in Rock Radio."
Find out how the girl who got into medical school and attended law school ended up behind the microphone instead.
Carol also shares stories from some of the famous men she dated, included Aerosmith's Steven Tyler and Whitesnake's David Coverdale and why she believes rock and roll will never die.