Hohenwald, Tenn. - (September 7, 2010) - Robert Atkinson, Head of Wildlife for the United Kingdom's Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, was announced today as CEO of The Elephant Sanctuary in Tennessee, the nation's largest natural habitat refuge developed specifically for endangered Asian and African elephants.
Ron Rainey has enjoyed a career in the music industry for the last 38 years. Starting in the mail room at The Ashley Famous Agency in January of 1969 in New York City (which eventually became ICM) to being the CEO of his own management company as well as owning his own record labels, Ramblin Records, Rainman Records, Carolina Southern Music publishing, and Raineyville Music Publishing.
In recent years, whether at home in North America or through travels in other parts of the world, we've increasingly come in contact with people whose efforts to protect Wildlife, the Natural Environment and Human Rights* are an inspiration to us. Providing financial assistance for their various projects is the primary mission of the Maue Kay Foundation.
Michael Monarch (born on July 5, 1950 in Los Angeles, California) is an American guitarist. He is best known for his work with the band Steppenwolf. As the original lead guitarist with Steppenwolf (until 1969)  he played on all their hits, including "Born to Be Wild", "Magic Carpet Ride", and "Rock Me" while still in high school. He also played on Janis Joplin's album "I Got Dem Ol' Kozmic Blues Again Mama!". He later went on to record for the SwanSong/Atlantic recording group Detective.
Bobby Cochran, lead guitarist, singer, writer and producer, was influenced at an early age by his uncle Eddie Cochran. At thirteen he set his aim on becoming a master guitarist and went on to work with many prominent groups, including Steppenwolf, The Flying Burrito Bros. and Leon Russell.
This is the site of Tom Gundelfinger O'Neal who shot many of our early Steppenwolf LP covers and countless photos of the Wolf.