"That's the busiest boy I know!" (Perry Como 1976)
"Absolutely MAD!" ( Herb Caen 1978)
"Unique" (Carlos Santana 1996)
"I'm Sorry" (Dick Van Dyke's smiling response to Professor Gizmo, when he said to him "You are the reason I'm doing this.")
Professor Gizmo sounds BIGGER that he looks. Imagine "The Stars and Stripes Forever",which was originally written for a one-hundred-thirteen piece marching band, decomposed for one measley person! Well,he does it; Piccolo part, Tuba tutti, and all, including a bang-up Tchaikovsky-type ending! (and Fireworks, when not prohibited by law).
Professor Gizmo makes darn good music by tapping, plucking, rubbing, blowing, kicking & squeezing on 39 unique home-made instruments... all at once!! He's a joy to hear and a marvel to watch. "The Professor" can play Polkas, Marches, Waltzes, Tangos, Blues, Ragtime, Dixieland, TV Theme Songs, Country, Rock, Classical & even Big Band tunes! "Gizmo" has performed in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Brazil, the Caribbean, England, Switzerland, Italy, Japan, Norway, Thailand and Israel; at Chicago Fest, Milwaukee Summerfest, Detroit Festival of the Arts,
New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival; the Oklahoma, California, Nevada, Washington & Ohio State Fairs; on Riverboats, Cruise Ships, TV Commercials, Magazine Ads and TV Shows with Mike Douglas, Perry Como, Dick Van Dyke & Imogene Coca. His performance on PBS TV's one hour special One Man Band Extravaganza, filmed in 1991, is in The Smithsonian Video Archives, and on YouTube.