Manny Freiser’s music industry conquests date back several decades. In the 60’s, he penned the cult classics, “Let’s Talk About Girls” and “Cry A Little Longer,” which in turn partly inspired 80’s punk, and are still receiving airplay globally. Freiser also released “Hello Stranger,” a Billboard Hot 100 single with Patti McCarron as Fire & Rain. In the 1980s, Freiser assumed the identity of Ian Messenger, producing the college charting MTV staple, “Livin’ In The Night” while working as a marketing executive for A&M Records and Quincy Jones’ label Qwest. Now Manny Freiser is ready to for yet another comeback under his original identity with his stellar new entry “Personal UFO. Full bio HERE.