Legendary rocker Mitch Ryder and Geoffrey Fieger are old friends, and Ryder can often be seen – and heard – performing at Fieger Law functions. In the 1960s, Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels topped the charts with hits like “Devil With a Blue Dress On” and “Sock It To Me-Baby.” Ryder recently celebrated the release of his biography, It Was All Right: Mitch Ryderʼs Life in Music, by James A. Mitchell. Here, the South Lyon musician opens up about his wife’s kitchen, his greatest regret and his desire to be like Ichabod Crane.

What is your favorite color?

Varieties of green.

What is your favorite song?

I love all music.

What is your favorite restaurant?

Megan’s kitchen.

Who is your favorite Detroit celebrity?