Friday, February 17, 2012

Joe will be a guest on the THE NANCY PRISTINE SHOW MONDAY


2/20/2012          MONDAY               from 12-1 PM Mountain Time   2-3 PM EST

The show will air live on kfnx-1100 AM, known as the 5th biggest radio station in the country and based in Phoenix. Please let us know if you'd like a copy of the audio for your records.

Joe will be talking about all his project but especially... 
Lady Bird Johnson: Legacy of a First Lady
By Joe Bevilacqua
Narrated by Joe Bevilacqua, Lady Bird Johnson, Betty Ford,
Barbara Bush, Kirk Douglas, Helen Hayes and Katherine Graham

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Lady Bird Johnson: Legacy of a First Lady, written, produced, directed, and narrated by Joe Bevilacqua. One of the most licensed audiobooks on The Public Radio Exchange and iTunes, Lady Bird Johnson: Legacy of a First Lady is veteran NPR producer Joe Bevilacqua's award-winning audio documentary examining the challenges and achievements of this extraordinary woman. The hour combines never-before-released archive audio, gleaned from thousands of hours of recordings housed at the Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum, period news broadcasts, private conversations with Lyndon Baines Johnson, and the words of Lady Bird Johnson from an interview that has never before been released to the public.
Bevilacqua spent nearly five months listening to the rare tapes and traveled to Washington, D.C., to interview Mrs. Johnson's colleagues and friends. The program features Lyndon Johnson Administration staffers Liz Carpenter, Bess Abell, and Nash Castro, Washington Post owner Katherine Graham, Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum Director Harry Middleton, Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center Director Robert Glass Breunig; Lady Bird biographer Jan Jarboe Russell, and First Ladies Betty Ford and Barbara Bush. Other voices heard on the program include Kirk Douglas and Helen Hayes reading from LBJ's and Lady Bird's love letters. The production was produced in association with KUT Radio in Austin, Texas, and overseen by a panel of scholars and experts, including Lewis Gould, retired University of Texas (UT) at Austin Professor of History; Walt Rostow, UT Professor Emeritus, Elspeth Rostow, former dean of the UT LBJ School of Public Affairs; Carl Anthony, Washington, D.C., historian; and Don Carleton, director, The Center for American History at UT.

In 2011 Joe Bevilacqua signed a new deal with Audible to distribute all of his audio books including radio drama, science fiction, documentary, comedy and biography. And Joe signed a deal with Sirius/XM Sirius XM Radio to broadcast his work on the Book radio Ch. 80.
For 25 years Joe Bevilacqua was a frequent contributor to National Public Radio, and, in 2004, was awarded a Silver Reel Award from the National Federation of Community Broadcasters for his personal essay A Guy Named Joe Bevilacqua, and two New York Festivals awards for "Lady Bird Johnson: Legacy of a First Lady" in 2001 and the NPR [1] All Things Considered tribute to Joe Barbera in 2006.
From 2002- 2006 Bevilacqua and his wife Lorie Kellogg co-produced the Comedy-O-Rama hour XM Radio, Sonic Theater ch. 160, which is now Sirius/XM Sirius XM Radio Book Ch. 80.
He co-edited, with Ben Ohmart, a book of Daws Butler scripts entitled Scenes for Actors and Voices in 2003 and in 2004 co-wrote the authorized biography: Daws Butler: Characters Actor.
Joe studied voice acting and writing from Daws Butler the voice of Yogi Bear.

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