Friday, July 26, 2013

Birthday Tribute to William Hanna on Joe Bev's WRN Programming for the Week of July 26, 2013

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"Louder & Funnier" on Jazz-O-Rama, "Rare Hanna-Barbera" on Cartoon Carnival, "The Camp Waterlogg Offensive" on The Comedy-O-Rama Hour, "Tales from the Kerrville Folk Festival" on Joe Bev Experience. WRN's programming is free at

When Joe Bevilacqua (Joe Bev) is not touring as Bud Abbott to Bob Greenberg's Lou Costello, reporting for the Mid-Hudson News, portraying a lawyer in the upcoming movie about Abraham Lincoln, "The Green Blade Rises" or hiking his two year old black border collie in the woods of Napanoch, NY, he can be found glued to his computer audio deck, creating four unique podcasts per week for WRN, The Waterlogg Radio Network, the new 24-hour online audio podcast venue, which entered his fifth week of broadcast, today.

Since the age of 12, Joe Bev has been creating audio in every genre imaginable--radio theater, comedy, interview, documentary, music, books. At 54, Bev recently signed a new exclusive distribution deal with Blackstone Audio that will make his more than 40 years of work available on CDs to retailers and libraries across the United States, as well as online.

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WRN's Friday, July 26, 2013 Schedule: 

The Jazz-O-Rama Hour
Joe Bev hosts an hour of 78 RPM Jazz with sense of humor, including Cab Calloway, The Mills Brothers, and Coon Sanders. In this hour, "Louder & Funnier": 
Louder & Funnier - The Coon Sanders Orchestra (1927); Smiling Skies - Benny Meroff (1928); Smiling Skies - The Coon Sanders Orchestra (1928); (Does She Love Me); Positively-Absolutely - The Mal Hallett Orchestra (1927); Baby, Ain't You Mine - The Coon Sanders Orchestra (1928); That's a Good Girl - The Ben Selvin Orchestra (1926); Maybe I'll Baby You - The Max Fisher Orchestra (1927); Clementine (from New Orleans)  - The Don Voorees Orchestra  (1927); Sugar - The Ben Selvin Orchestra (1927); Ready for the River - The Emerson Gil Orchestra (1928); Chicago Rhythm - The Floyd Mills Orchestra (1929); Low Down Rhythm - The Phil Spitalny Orchestra (1929); Nagasaki - Nat Shilkret and the Victor Orchestra (1928); Nagasaki - The Mills Brothers (1937); Nagasaki - Cab Calloway (1935); Minnie the Moocher - Joe Bevilacqua (2012).

Cartoon CarnivalHost Joe Bev presents: "Rare Hanna-Barbera," including Daws Butler, Don Messick and Doug Young in "Huckleberry Hound and the Ghost Ship" (Colpix, 1962), remastered, written by Daws Butler and Don Messick; Huckleberry Hound (Daws Butler) sings a surfer version of "Clementine" (Murray Records, 1964); commercials and interstitials from "The Huckleberry Hound Kellogg's TV Show" (1959), full versions of the theme songs to Yogi Bear, Pixie & Dixie and Huckleberry Hound (Golden Records, 1959), music underscore from the Capitol H-Q Series, and Hoyt Curtin's underscore to "Loopy DeLoop" (1959) and "The Yogi Bear Show" (1961).

Comedy-O-Rama Hour
"The Camp Waterlogg Offensive"
In this hour, Adam Maxwell (Joe Bev) arrives from Homeland Security to find Chef Ron (Jim Folly) away. Meanwhile, Sgt. Lefty, Ellis, and Andy (Joe Bev) and Olive, Elise, Aleta Mae and Lkie (Lorie Kellogg) are being tormented by the chipmunks and squirrels. Lorie Kellogg also performs "The Angry Brothers" by Pedro Pablo Sacristan. Donnie Pitchford is both Lum and Abner in more new OTR. "Willoughby and the Professor Meets Bartizan the Genie" (Joe Bev) continues. The newest "Adventures of Teaman" is heard. Meanwhile, back in 1888 at 221-B Baker Street, London, Sherlock Holmes, Dr. Watson, Mrs. Hudson and Professor Moriarty continue a very strange meal. Finally, Dan Rathernot (Matt Hurwitz) reports on the attacking chipmunks.

The Joe Bev Experience
Listeners will visit Quiet Valley Ranch when Joe Bevilacqua (Joe Bev) presents his audio portrait "One Song at a Time: Tales from the Kerrville Folk Festival". 

Founded by Rod Kennedy, the Kerrville Folk Festival has run annually since 1972. It is the longest continuously running music festival of its kind in North America. For 18 straight days and nights each May and June, over 30,000 guests come from all over the world to experience the magic of what we simply call “Kerrville”. The Festival is known internationally as a Mecca for singer songwriters of varying musical style. It’s a place where those just developing their skills have the opportunity to play their music along- side master craftsmen.

Over 1500 outstanding singer-songwriters have been presented on the Festival’s stages since the beginning. More than just a “folk music” festival, Kerrville offers music of many styles including traditional folk, bluegrass, acoustic rock, blues, country, jazz, and Americana. The common thread is songwriting. The focus of the festivals is to promote emerging artists while giving our audience exposure to both new and recognized, seasoned talent. Major label artists such as Lyle Lovett, Willie Nelson, Michelle Shocked, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Robert Earl Keen, Lucinda Williams, and Nancy Griffith played Kerrville early in their careers. Through the years, the Kerrville stage has seen other nationally known artists like Peter Paul & Mary, Judy Collins, Janis Ian and Arlo Guthrie, while others such as singer/songwriter/actor Ronny Cox play on our stages any given year.

Lorie & Joe
Joe Bev and his wife Lorie Kellogg camped out at the festival for five days to created this program.

Here is what others are saying about Joe Bev's "One Song at a Time: Tales From The Kerrville Folk Festival" audio documentary:

Amusing, Intimate, Surprising - This is a wonderful, enchanting hour of interesting people and music! ... I really enjoyed journeying from one camp site to the next, hearing the rain storm and floods, the concerts and middle of the night camp fire chatting and songs. By the end, I felt as if I had really visited the Kerrville Folk Festival! A marvelous hour! A treat for the ears!
-Rodney Collins, Public Radio Exchange Listener, Flint, MI - January 28, 2005

Humorous, Personal - I enjoyed listening to the interviews of regular people. Listening to all the sounds. It was almost like being there and at times felt like I was hangin' out with the folks there - SueAnn Sanders, Public Radio Exchange Listener,
Sarasota, FL - February 8, 2005

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Friday, August 3, 2013 
The Jazz-O-Rama Hour:  "Satchmo Meets Pops" (Louis Armstrong was born August 4, 1901) 
Cartoon Carnival: "Louis Armstrong Does Disney" 
The Comedy-O-Rama Hour: "Camp Waterlogg: The Animals Are Revolting" 
The Joe Bev Experience: "Louis Armstrong's New Orleans" with Wynton Marsalis 

Friday, August 10, 2013 
The Jazz-O-Rama Hour:  "Rahsaan Roland Kirk's Early LPs" (Kirk was born August 7, 1935) 
Cartoon Carnival: "This Here is Your Life, Stan Freberg"  (born Stanley Friberg; August 7, 1926) 
The Comedy-O-Rama Hour: "Camp Waterlogg-A-Go-Go! Ask Dimitri" with guest star Rick Overton (born August 10, 1954) 
The Joe Bev Experience: "Yabba Dabba Doo! Chapter 1 & Scenes from the Daws Butler Workshop #15"

Friday, August 17, 2013 
The Jazz-O-Rama Hour: (William James "Count" Basie was born August 21, 1904) 
Cartoon Carnival: "A Tribute to Alan Reed" (born Edward Bergman August 20, 1907) 
The Comedy-O-Rama Hour: "Camp Waterlogg-A-Go-Go! To Julie Newmar, With Love, Ellis" with special guest star Julie Newmar (Born August 16, 1933) 
The Joe Bev Experience: "The Cartoon Carnival Friz Freleng Special" (Isadore "Friz" Freleng was born August 21, 1905) 

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