Friday, July 4, 2014

Joe Bev Records 123rd Comedy-O-Rama Hour Hanging Upside Down / New Camp Waterlogg July 4th Special

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JoeBev, Kenny Savoy and Lorie K.
Joe Bev produces 6 podcasts per week
 and 8 additional a month (34 hours per month):
 WATERLOGG RADIO NETWORK
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BEAR MANOR RADIO NETWORK
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On Friday, July 4, 2014, the all new Camp Waterlogg special premieres via a Waterlogg Radio Network podcast at http://www.waterlogg.com.

Hear The Comedy-O-Rama Hour 4th of July Special on the podtrac.com player on our website...

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It has been more than ten years since Kenny Savoy first visited Camp Waterlogg, the rustic Catskills home of Joe Bevilacqua and Lorie Kellogg, the husband and wife creative duo behind The Comedy-O-Rama Hour, 13 other audio productions and 103 audio books.

Together, the improvised the one hour "Fireworks at Camp Waterlogg" Special, which premiered on (Sirius) XM Radio on July 4, 2004. That first Camp Waterlogg special was a hit and has garnered 123 hours worth of Bevilacqua and Kellogg's unique brand of experimental improvisational comedy.

Joe Bev & Lorie K Do it in the woods!
Even though, during his 42 year career, Bevilacqua has recorded hundreds of "traditional" scripted radio dramas in quiet studios and on stage before live audience, the veteran award-winning audio producer now often chooses to record outdoors, surrounded by his chickens, hiking his own trail, by the creek with his border collie Sophie, in the middle of the woods behind the couple's Napanoch, New York home, hanging upside down wearing gravity boots!


"I use a Sony IC portable audio recorder the size of my thumb that has two microphones and records 120 degrees," admits Bevilacqua he is radio theater in an entirely new way "making for a lush ultra stereo production that uses real life as it's backdrop."

Joe Bev, as he is also known, performs most of the voices on The Comedy-O-Rama, with his wife essaying many others.


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During "A Camp Waterlogg Fourth of July Fundraiser," Sgt. Lefty (Joe Bev) mishears Ranger Joe and Ranger Lorie and thinks they might lose the camp to Uncle Goopie (in the past played by Ren & Stimpy's Bob Camp). Stinky
Peter (Kenny Savoy) and Squeaky Lkie (Lorie Kellogg) help Ellis da Boatkeeper (Joe Bev), Andy (Joe Bev), Woody (Joe Bev), Elise, and Mrs. Terwilliger (Lorie Kellogg).

Meanwhile, Adam Maxwell (Joe Bev) is hiding in tree trunks and under beds, attempting to allude Gary Cant and Cary Gooper, two United States Homeland Security officers, and Ranger Joe hangs upside down trying to make himself taller.


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Thursday, July 3, 2014

Bear Manor Radio's July 24 Hour Schedule, July 4th: Phil Proctor, Agnes Moorehead bio, Lost OTR



NAPANOCH, NEW YORK's Joe Bev produces 6 podcasts per week and 8 additional a month (34 hours per month): WATERLOGG RADIO NETWORK - http://www.waterlogg.com BEAR MANOR RADIO NETWORK - http://www.bearmanorradio.com


The new 24 hour Bear Manor Radio Network
schedule premieres today, July 3, 2014 at 3:00 pm ET.


JULY'S HIGHLIGHTS:

  • July 4th Camping with the Boy Scouts: Camp Waterlogg Meets The Flintstones on Cartoon Carnival
  • Phil Proctor & Blast from the Past: Firesign Theatre on The Voice Actor Show
  • Charles Tranberg & Agnes Moorehead on Lorie's Book Nook
  • Mr. Kean, Tracer of Lost Persons, Cisco Kid, My Friend Irma and Bulldog Drummond on the The Lost OTR Show
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Today it was announced on The Bear Manor Radio website: "Our talented Program Director Joe Bevilacqua (Joe Bev), author of Daws Butler: Characters Actor, Uncle Uncle and Donnie, and Scenes for Actors and Voices, has whipped up a new ten hours of audio entertainment.

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"Plus, we are keeping another 14 hours of our shows on our line up but you can always get the archived podcast episodes below! Or grab our free Smartphone App from Waterlogg Productions (http://waterlogg-productions.mobapp.at)."

Now in its fourth month, The Bear Manor Radio Network streams 24/7 at http://www.bearmanormedia.com. On demand podcasts of all shows, audio books and more at http://www.waterlogg.com.


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July 2014 Bear Manor Radio Schedule: 3 pm - Midnight

3:00 pm

The Voice Actor Show
with Joe Bev 
Host Joe Bev and guest Phil Proctor
& Blast from the Past: Firesign Theatre

4:00 pm

Lorie's Book Nook 
with Lorie Kellogg
Host Lorie Kellogg and guest Charles Tranberg, Agnes Moorehead biography
& The radio show Sorry Wrong Number (9/6/45)

5:00 pm

The J-OTR Show 
with Joe Bev 
Host Joe Bev presents Proctor & Bergen Meets Proctor & Bev
Joe Bevilacqua and Phil Proctor present comedy old and new and a tribute to Peter Bergmen

6:00 pm

The Lost OTR Show #1
Host Joe Bev presents an hour of recently discovered rare old time radio, not heard since their original broadcasts, including: Mr. Kean, Tracer of Lost Persons: The Strange Case of Charley Lorimer (11-29-45) Cisco Kid #19 The Sageland Sage

7:00 pm

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Host Fred Frees presents an hour an audio from BearManor Media, including: Yabba Dabba Doo! The Alan Reed Story chapter 1 Scenes from the Daws Butler Workshop #1

8:00 pm

What's Cookin' with Chef SteveHost Chef Steve Mendoza presents Summer Sausage, Baccone Dulce, Matt Beckoff: Confessions of a QueenMel Simon's: Old Time Television Memories, an Alfred Hitchcockspoof

9:00 pm

Audio Classics Archive
Host Terry Salomonson presents an hour of OTR from his personal vault. This time:Gunsmoke #11 Never Pester Chester (07/05/52) Radio City Playhouse # 1 Long Distance (07/03/48)

10:00 pm

The Jazz-O-Rama HourHost Joe Bev presents an hour of 78 RPM records: Van Alexander Meets Ella Fitzgerald - Including: A-Tisket, A-Tasket, Cow-Cow Boogie and Night And Day

11:00 pm

Cartoon CarnivalHost Joe Bev presents July 4th Camping with the Boy Scouts: Camp Waterlogg Meets The Flintstones

Mid
night

The Lost OTR Show #2Host Joe Bev presents an hour of recently discovered rare old time radio, not heard since their original broadcasts, including: My Friend Irma (4-18-47) Bulldog Drummond: Murder Has an Open Mind (4-24-48)

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Wednesday, June 25, 2014

ARTICLE: Napanoch broadcaster brings theater to satellite

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It's been a great 10 years. Joseph Bevilacqua has been very active with our 2 online networks Waterlogg Productions Radio Network and Bear Manor Radio Network and 103 audio books and 13 podcasts!

Napanoch broadcaster brings theater to satellite

Napanoch — Joe Bevilacqua is a polar-opposite soul brother to Howard Stern. He's been in the radio business for more than 25 years and, like Stern, is a huge proponent of XM Satellite Radio as the wave of the future.
Bevilacqua's work is so old-school squeaky clean that FCC regulators can probably nap safely while his broadcasts are on the airwaves.
But Bevilacqua and his wife Lorie Kellogg are turning away from working on commercial radio for the same reason Stern is.
"Satellite radio has room for everything. There are so many channels with potential for something unique. There's a more diverse palette of music and broadcasting and room to be thoughtful. You can't do that in commercial radio," Bevilacqua said.
Like the early days of cable television, Bevilacqua and Kellogg look forward enthusiastically to the wide-open world of satellite broadcasting as the future venue for their radio theater and documentary pieces.
XM currently broadcasts their comedy shows five days a week.
The move to the cutting edge requires only a good computer and microphone. The programs are e-mailed or sent on CDs to XM from Bevilacqua's home studio.
The couple have a nice view of the mountains from the house on Irish Cape Road they've lived in for the last three years. Kellogg's art studio shed is perched in the front yard. Three dogs sound a welcoming bay as visitors walk to the small house, ducking under a laundry line of Tibetan prayer flags flapping by the front door.
When a visitor enters the living room, eyes are immediately drawn upward to a network of white birch logs that hint at something Joe and Lorie know for certain — every corner of their house is a Zen garden of inspiration they riff on in their Camp Waterlogg radio shows. A postage-stamp sized bathroom plastered with Buster Keaton images expands like a sodden sponge into "Buster's Bath House" in their radio skits.
They have attempted to transform their home into a replica of the ranger station in the Yogi Bear cartoons. Since Joe's first voice mentor was the late Daws Butler, the creator of Yogi Bear, Huckleberry Hound and other memorable voices of the 1960s, the effort makes sense. An atmosphere of folk art and sophisticated sound equipment merge to create radio theater of a distinctly upbeat, G-rated variety.
"Everything here we add into the show," Bevilacqua said.
It's a life mission for this couple and their acting team from Liquid Comedy to entertain, not assault their audience.
"Our work is about keeping it nice," Kellogg said. "It's not about uncovering fraud or busting the bad guy. Happiness is someplace for everyone."
"I worked at NPR in the 1980s. It was a time of incredible inventiveness," Bevilacqua said. "Public radio today is milktoast. It's lulling. They don't want to offend anyone." The couple hope the "Liquid Comedy" and "Comedy-o-Rama" productions will add diversity to the XM Satellite Radio market.
Bevilacqua created award-winning radio documentaries on the cultural assets of Austin, Texas, when he was a broadcaster there. He hopes to create similar pieces for XM, as well as producing inspirational fillers with Sounds True Publishers for commercial and satellite radio markets.
Bevilacqua worked with mentor Daws Butler for 13 years. Bevilacqua published a collection of Butler's skits last year and co-wrote an authorized biography this year. The biography, "Daws Butler: Characters Actor," will be available in December from Bear Manor Media in Pennsylvania(www.bearmanormedia.com.)
The book's forward is by fellow Butler student and friend Nancy Cartwright, the voice of Bart Simpson.
Like Butler, Bevilacqua splits his time between working in his chosen field and teaching radio acting skills to the next generation. 
For more information about Bevilacqua and Kellogg's radio shows, books and classes, go towww.comedyorama.com.
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