Clay Cotton, often called "The pianoman who would not sleep with Janis Joplin", played in BluesRock bands with legends of a generation from Woodstock '69 to back-alley brothels. Just listen to his unbelievable piano work at www.claycotton.com. Today, collectors and enthusiasts flock to buy his one, rare piano CD at www.pianosecrets.com - occasionally even crashing the servers!
Now disabled, Cotton is satisfied to act as media spokesperson for www.longtermcareinsurance.org, a boomer-focused long term care insurance website sponsored by the National Advisory Council for Long Term Care Insurance, which he founded after being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis the mid-1990s. Since 1997 webmaster Cotton, as the inaugurator of "Karmic Sales, ShowBiz Marketing and Value Worthy of Devotion", has led the way for internet entrepreneurs to act always in the best interests of visitors instead of using predatory, maximum-extraction, greed-based tactics.
Cotton, no slouch, also acts as curator of the online Marketers Hall of Fame at www.marketers-hall-of-fame.com, a website devoted to the legendary progenitors of 20th century advertising/copywriting. And as managing editor of www.boomerama.com, an upcoming link directory of baby boomer articles/websites.
So... He played piano with Jimi Hendrix, BB King, Janis Joplin, John Lee Hooker, Boz Skaggs, Chuck Berry, Grace Slick, Huey Lewis, Frank Zappa, Bonnie Raitt, Linda Ronstadt, Jerry Garcia, Johnny Mathis & many more... And authored "Marketing Value Worthy of Devotion". The man also climbed pyramids, the Himalayas, Mount Fujiama & met privately with the UN Secretary General and the Dalai Lama, all at age 17... Cotton survived an over-achiever's life of Sex, Drugs & RocknRoll, to become a stockbroker, financial planner, web designer, search engine master and auto-pilot web cash alchemist - A certified wannabe sub-genius iconoclast, Clay Cotton seeks unlimited access to an inexhaustible fountainhead of magnificent inspirations. He hopes to enter your heart now as your new best friend, and that's OK. It happens all the time, because you feel his love is with you... And remember, "It don't mean a thing, if it don't go cha-ching."
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