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We're Baaaaaack! Join us for a night of music and mayhem as we play some of our favorite songs from musicals from stage and cinema! Annie, Sweeny Todd, Phantom of the Opera and so much more! A macabre evening of twisted melodies that are perfect for that pre-Valentines Day fix! So get ready for another fun filled episode of The Phantom Zone Radio Show with The Lord of Lunacy, Jay Luna and of course, The Mistress of Meow, Nikki Meow!
Join Marcus Blake, Brendan Smith, and Alex on That Nerd Show as we talk about The best music movies that are not musicals. We will be talking about our favorite music movies where the music serves as a character and helps make the movie other than musicals. Listen to That Nerd Show at 10pm cst @ thatnerdshow.com
Local Theatre. Community Theatre. It's a well-know form of performing as well as doing back stage work without pay. People do it as a past time for fun and others do it in hopes of continuing a career in show business. With a choice of so many plays, many of them opt for the classic musicals such as Gypsy.
In Far Rockaway, Queens, NY, that is the next slated show directed by Susan Corning.
Musical Theater Geeks unite and come listen to the only Musical Theater Themed Music radio show. Join Joe and I as we plunder through the world of Broadway and do themes like 11'Oclocks, I Want Songs, Flops, you get the idea so come listen because there's banter and don't we all love banger wrapped around great Musicals being played? So come hang out with us every Wednesday from 5-7 and remember there's banter. This week we explore the songs of Ahrens and Flaherty.
Summer is here and musicals are everywhere! Don't miss this tell-all interview with writer Karen D. Taylor as she shares with us about her musical play 'Riffs on Race, Love and War', how it became part of The New York International Fringe Festival and more!
Powerful, sultry, dynamic, and moving are just a few words people have used to describe Adesha’s voice. Though Deltrina had no idea her daughter’s name meant voice, she knew Adesha was destined to sing.
Oakland, California native, Adesha made her solo debut singing for hundreds of people at The War Memorial Opera House in San Francisco at the tender age of six. By age ten she had starred and co-starred in musicals, she sang a jingle for a commercial, and had performed solo at a few of San Francisco’s live music venues. Years of training from singing in church; vocal coaching from her mother Deltrina Johnson, a trained gospel singer; and numerous live performances would follow the training she received in her primary years. At age 13 Adesha joined a girl group called “Under 21”. The trio spent most of their high school career performing and in the recording studio. At age 16 Adesha embarked upon a spiritual journey that would change the course of her future. Being famous was no longer her life’s goal. She wanted her music to make a difference; she wanted her music to change lives. This decision would lead to Adesha leaving “Under 21”. The resistance she experienced from her cohorts, management, and peers as a result of her decision sent Adesha into a bit of a depression. She would spend the next 4 years soul searching and took hiatus from singing. To date Adesha and "Seven" have played a list of venues from San Francisco to LA. They have opened for Ledisi, Goapele, Gospel diva Kim Burrell, Kase, Anthony David, Carl Thomas and more. Adesha recently released a dance EP entitled “Giving Love a Try” which is soon to be followed by her first full length album “Giving Love a Try”.
The Ladies of the Diner, Mary E. LaLuna and Diane Blanchette as they do what they love most; bringing great stories to life! This week's show will be focused on great community theater, or do you say theatre? Joining us will be:
Footlight's Theatre, Michigan City Indiana
Acorn Theater, Three Oaks Michigan
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Acclaimed Singer / Actor / Producer / Director and Artist Christopher Carothers talks about the legacy of his father A.J. Carothers and "Busker Alley" the upcoming musical his father created with legendary writing team the Sherman Bros.
A.J. wrote more than 100 motion pictures, television shows and plays. Carothers also wrote speeches for Nancy Reagan, John Ritter, Patrick Stewart, John Lithgow and many others.
Carothers garnered many honors in his career including the distinguished Artists Award, Blue Ribbon awards and the Kinkaid School Distinguished Alumnus award. The Los Angeles Times named him "Father of the Year" in 1967.
Christopher also talks about his own illustrious career and talent and the bridge of creativity from Father to Son. This is a show not to be missed
On this episode of late night talks, we talk about the latest news going around the sports world such as the recent decisions of LeBron and Melo. Also, on this show we will talk with Bryan Nolen on his thoughts about the Battleground pay per view. All this and many more will happen on the show where we talk about anything and everything. Tune in at 12:30am EST, where anything and everything will happen on the funniest yet unpredictable show.
The Duval Project - Nu Soul/Jazz & R&B 2:15pm
The Duval Project is a Nu Soul/Jazz and RnB excursion formed by Gary Alesbrook. Influenced by his time playing with artists such as Raphael Saadiq and Lynden David Hall, Gary has formed a quintet with the young trio of electric bassist Richie Blake, drummer Danny Cox and keyboard player Andy Nowak. Gary plays trumpet, flugelhorn and keyboard. A retro approach but with fresh sounds, they also feature the vocals of Marie Lister. Their current E.P was mixed by Grammy Award winning New York sound engineer Russell Elevado and mastered in LA by Dave Collins.
Sheena O. Murray - R&B Artist 3:15pm
Without echoing words that were said before or painting a picture that you may have eyeballed numerous times, we’d like to introduce to you: Sheena O. Murray. Her story did not begin at the age of five as a musical child prodigy, nor was she a member of the church choir, belting out notes every Sunday. Hers is a simple story, not one of particular intrigue or “wow”. It is a story of a girl who meets music, falls in love with music, marries music, bears the seed of this union with melodies and lyrical prowess.
A Jamaican native, Sheena O. Murray migrated to Brooklyn, New York at the age of five and then moved to Florida at the age of nine. She began her musical journey while in High School as a theater geek performing in stage plays and musicals. She then transitioned, after those four years of campy musical theater performances, to vocal endeavors.
With Clint Eastwood directing a musical this summer (Jersey Boys), what better time than to discuss some of our favorite movie musicals of all time? Jason, Garney, and Jamey count down their favorite musicals of the past, and who knows ... maybe there will even be some singing.
Can't make it to Kankakee's Downtown Music Fest tonight? No worries, tune in to hear from one of the best musicians to ever come out of Kankakee Illinois! DCR, set the standard in the H.L. Rapier family as he took his mother's musical talent to a whole new level. From DCR came other musical talent. Whether it is writing or music making, the creative juices of the Rapier family are always flowing! No one knows better than ME, aka Mary E. Rapier-LaLuna!
DC Rapier explores the "roots, stems and branches" known simply as the Blues! He blends his vast musical knowledge with his love of the blues. Each week he will take us on a musical journey as only Brother Doug can do! This show blues' stew focuses on Douglas C. Rapier and BoPoMoFo. There is none better!
Born and raised an hour from the famous Blues and Jazz venues of Chicago, DC Rapier began his professional music journey with his first paying gig at the age of 15, as the lead singer, rhythm guitarist and harmonica player in a band playing Blues and R&B tunes learned from recordings of the vanguards of the British Invasion, the Yardbirds, the Animals and the Rolling Stones.
For more than 45 years, DC has been singing madrigal, plain-song, oratorio, art song, opera, musicals, jazz, Blues, swing, rock, pop, country –western and even some jingles. He’s performed in choirs and choral groups in Europe and America; played sax, flute and bass clarinet in concert and jazz bands; guitar, harmonica, sax and flute in rock bands, Blues bands and show bands.