In the film "1974," Did any of the band object to being filmed in these "private" moments?
Although not in the film, was Brian Wilson in the picture writing and recording with you for the Holland album? What was he like in the studio at that time?
I didn’t see Bruce Johnston or Beach Boys manager Jack Rieley in any footage. Were they not on tour with the band?
It must have been lonely on the road. How did your marriage survive it?
How often would Dennis have groupies sleep over? Who was the biggest "Don Juan" in the band?
Why did Blondie Chaplin leave the band? Rumor is an argument with Mike Love caused it.
Other than a few quick spots, you don’t have much of the band rehearsals on film although you mentioned this is when Dennis did most of his original material. Did he not want to be filmed during sound checks?
Was it at all frustrating that the band played most of the old Beach Boy hits (1964-1967) and very little of the newer material from Holland or Surf’s Up during that tour?
I suppose you are still very close with the Wilson family, do you still do any work with Brian or his daughters?
Lee Hazlewood is one of my favorite songwriters/producers – what was it like working with him when you were a part of Dino, Desi & Billy?
Did the celebs connected to the band (Sinatra, Lucille Ball, Dean Martin) encourage you and take you seriously as singers, or was it a "let the kids have some fun" moment?
How did you get to record "Lady Love"? Was it a half finished Wilson tune, you wrapped up or did you collaborate with him in the writing. Did he have anything to do with the recording?
Thanks so much for your time, Bill – I wish you continued success!