Photo Credit: Ben Strothmann

I have spent four years interviewing hundreds of artists and performers, so what better way to celebrate my 4th Anniversary than to be interviewed by Boyculture's very own Matthew Rettenmund, the one, who suggested the name "Call Me Adam." Click here for our interview!

Four years ago today, I had my first blog entry, an interview with Tom D'Angora, producer of the hit Off-Broadway musical comedies NEWSical the Musical and Naked Boys Singing. "Call Me Adam" has remained a place to get answers to the heartfelt and fun questions other sites don't ask, while becoming a way for me to share my enthusiasm for entertaintment and connect with those who share this love.

I have been able to do this for four years because of the multitude of people who have supported me throughout these four years and continue to do so. I thank every participant who has given me their time, every press rep or show representative who has helped me get an interview or invited me to a show, every dedicated and enthusiastic fan who has taken time out of their day to read "Call Me Adam," and my friends and family who are always there for me.

Here's to many more years of entertainment coverage!

Interview with singer Daniel Kirkley

Interview with rising performer Katie Webber