“Happy Father’s Day! Roger Sharpe talks about being a dad, early memories, plus great stories of his best-friend, Steve Epstein.”
Roger Sharpe interviews Alvin Gottlieb in 1974.
Roger interviews Sam Stern, founder of Stern Electronics, who at one time was part owner and served as President of Williams Manufacturing Company. Sam is the father of Gary Stern, the Founder and CEO of Stern Pinball.
Nate Shivers’ project with Roger Sharpe is revealed! This first episode with Harry Williams has so much history and substance … and this is just episode one!
Thanks to many pinball enthusiasts like you, the National Pinball Day petition started by Joe Ciaravino has surpassed the milestone of 1,000 signatures.
“It’s based on skill, there’s geometry involved,” Sharpe said. “That was the part that became compelling for me and I wound up becoming a very, very good player — probably the best in world at a time.”
Roger tells @JeffTeolis the difference between today’s pinball companies, marketing, and designs compared to years ago.
Special When Lit discusses deeproot Pinball’s decision to delay release, and they talk to “The Chuck Norris of Pinball”, Roger Sharpe.
PinballEDU is offering signed art prints of the called shot from now until March 25th, 2016. Get a signed piece of history and help out a worthy charity.
Cristin Gasson writes about how a called shot brought the joy of pinball to all of us.