Weird Al wanted to be in a band, but his accordion turned off his teenage friends. So, instead, he became a musician of a different sort, parodying hits by other artists. In 30 years, he's only become more popular. And now he's taking his skill and applying it to writing children's books.
Abraham Incorporated features the best of klezmer -- clarinet virtuoso David Krakauer -- and the best of funk -- James Brown alum Fred Wesley -- plus a wacky rapper from Montreal named "DJ So-called." Anchor Marco Werman has the story.
Steve Reid is a extraordinarily versatile drummer who has performed with some of the most legendary musicians of the 20th century - James Brown, Miles Davis, Sun Ra, Ornette Coleman, Fela Kuti, and Jimi Hendrix.