Ken Caillat is the Los Angeles-based record producer and engineer for the Fleetwood Mac albums Rumours,Tusk, Mirage, Live and The Chain Box Set. He won a Grammy Award (Engineer, Mastering) for Rumours (1977 Album of the Year). Caillat has also worked on albums for Billy Idol, Frank Sinatra, Pat Benatar, Wilson Phillips, the Beach Boys, Herbie Hancock, David Becker and Alice Cooper, as well as Christine McVie on her solo album In the Meantime.
Leif Garrett burst onto the scene in 1966 at the early age of five debuting as an actor in the film Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice. He appeared in over sixty hit television shows including The Waltons, Family, Wonder Woman, Cannon, Family Affair and The Odd Couple. Garrett also took on the music industry and became a multi-gold and platinum recording artist and one of the biggest teen idols of all time, gracing magazine covers all over the world in 1977. His biggest hit was “I Was Made For Dancing.”