Craig Chaquico’s Jefferson Starship Red Octopus 40th Anniversary Tour

We know and love Craig’s guitar playing for decades.  A career that includes a founding member, lead guitarist and songwriter of one of the most successful rock bands of all time. Craig was with the band from it’s beginning with Grace Slick, Marty Balin and Paul Kantner, right through the Mickey Thomas days. A second, successful, award winning and million selling career as a Guitar Instrumentalist in the New Age / Smooth Jazz followed. Now Craig and his band perform a fusion of both, with an exciting vocalist, Shae Johnson, who has the voice to cover the lead singing parts of Grace, Marty and Mickey and a stage presence equal to any.  Fans of Craig Chaquico and Jefferson Starship will love the combination of the two.  That is the message of this marketing video.

About Paul Wells

Paul "Lobster" Wells started out as a small child. Not just copying the title of a Bill Cosby comedy album, that was paraphrased by Steve Martin, here... Mr. Wells actually had a desktop radio station before there was "Desktop!". From ages 10-12, on Friday nights in The Bronx, he and his friends would gather and do radio with two turntables and a microphone, and a little mixing board, built into an anvil jeweler's case that fit on his desk in his bedroom in Parkchester, the World's first modern Housing Project. This rig was plugged into a Wollensack tape recorder. Some tapes of what was imaginatively called WKDO Radio still exist. Paul went to college to become a Veterinarian, but as Freshman, his life took a turn when he joined the campus radio station. His understanding of media and advertising would grow, in addition to his already well-developed love of music, while attending the City University of New York for four years (becoming Chief Announcer at the campus radio station, WCCR) and Stanford University, where he did radio and taught student DJs as "post-graduate" work. Paul would later found Flow Communications as an Ad Agency with some KZSU, Stanford friends. He rose to become Music Director of KSJO, San Jose in the late '70s and Morning Man at KNAC, Los Angeles when it went "Heavy Metal" in 1986. Returning to the Bay Area, "The Lobster Breakfast" on KSJO, CBS' KRQR San Francisco and K-FOX. Paul then became Director of Marketing and Production at BMP, working on House of Blues radio programs as well as creating and selling new programming concepts. Paul went on to become Director of Programming for Information Network Radio and Creative Director of KBZS, 1220AM. The company owned the radio station and had 5 channels of Sirius Satellite Radio and 2 foreign language stations for XM. The pre-launch contracts became mute when the services were delayed. At that time, 2002, Paul moved Flow Communications to 69 Green Street, in San Francisco's Media Gulch. The building is home to state-of-the-art digital audio post-production studios, including the only Dolby certified Pro Tools studio in San Francisco. As Lobster, Paul still performs weekly on 97.7FM, The River, "Classic Rock for the North Bay." Also, Mr. Wells teamed up Political Comedian Will Durst and Political Icon Willie L. Brown Jr. for a morning talk show in 2005. It is now a "Tri-Cast" which airs on both Radio and Television, and is archived on the Internet at Flow Communications and are poised to create the best Integrated Media Content for a wide range of clients. In his spare time, Mr. Wells is an avid Scuba Diver, Bicyclist and Dog and Cat Whisperer.