In this series of exclusive interviews, Jerry sits down with fellow singer/songwriter, Gary Murway to talk about … well … anything that comes to mind really.  Be prepared for literally anything here folks.

Jerry Samuels, known by the stage name Napoleon XIV, is an American singer, songwriter and record producer. He achieved “one-hit wonder” status with the Top 5 hit novelty song “They’re Coming to Take Me Away, Ha-Haaa!” in 1966.

Under the name Scott David (his son’s name), he co-wrote “As If I Didn’t Know” with Larry Kusik, a top 10 hit for Adam Wade in 1961. Samuels also wrote “The Shelter of Your Arms“, a top 20 hit for Sammy Davis Jr. in 1964.

Don’t miss Jerry’s newest work, “Leave The Children Out Of It.

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Jerry Samuels pictured above with his friend, Weird Al Yankovic

Nothing Formal with our Guest, Jerry Samuels

by Gary Murway | Episode 1

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