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What do George Washington, Abe Lincoln, Bob Newhart, Stan Freberg, Abbott and Costello, Sherlock Holmes, and Jon Koons have in common?
They are all subjects on The Joe Bev Hour this week.
The Joe Bev Hour is five different different shows per week--syndicated worldwide--on Dream Stream Radio, Sound Stages Radio, WHRO-Norfolk, VA, The 1920s Radio Network, Toon Radio, Pawling Public Radio, Radio New Zealand, WGTD, Wisconsin Public Radio, The Radio Book Channel and The Couch TV Network.
|Jon Koons discusses his Sherlock Holmes|
play on The Joe Bev Hour
Joe Bevilacqua co-founded Waterlogg Productions with his wife Lorie Kellogg. In 2012, he signed an exclusive distribution deal with Blackstone Audio, for his more than 40 years of audio work. He has released more than 90 audio titles, including hundreds of hours of audio documentaries, comedies, dramas, autobiographies. Available at http://joebev.com/buy.html
The internationally syndicated radio omnibus is produced and hosted by veteran award-winning personality Joe Bevilacqua (aka Joe Bev) and includes five unique programs each week: The Jazz-O-Rama Hour, Cartoon Carnival, The Comedy-O-Rama Hour, The Joe Bev Experience, and The Joe Bev Audio Theater.
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|More than 75 audio titles are available from Joe Bev at http://joebev.com/|
On this week's shows:
Voiced by Joe Bevilacqua, Lorie Kellogg, Joe Barbera, Leonard Maltin, Bob Clampett, Stan Freberg, Daws Butler, Mel Blanc, Bill Marx, June Foray, Craig Marin, Janet Waldo
Length: 2 hours & 51 min.
The Cartoon Carnival Presidents Day Special
Once again noted fictional newsman Walter Cockeyed guest hosts for Joe Bev, presenting Stan Freberg, Peter Leeds and Barney Phillips in “Washington Crosses the Delaware” (1961), Mel Blanc and Bea Benederet in “Yankee Doodle Bugs” (1954), Bob Newhart's take on “Abe Lincoln and Madison Avenue” (1960), Joe Bevilacqua as Uncle Dunkle and Donnie in “The Cherry Tree Caper” (2009), Mel Torme sings “Abraham” with the Chico Marx Orchestra (1943), Jim Henson and Frank Oz in “Kermit the Frog Interviews George Washington's Father” (1976), Stan Freberg, Tyne Daly, June Foray, Sherman Hemsley and William Woodson in “Abe Lincoln at Home in the White House” (1996), Lorie Kellogg and Joe Bevilacqua in“Who's Afraid of a Virginian's Wrath”, excerpts from the Porky Pig cartoon“Old Glory” (1939) and the Daffy Duck cartoon “Scrap Happy Daffy” (1943).
The Misadventures of Sherlock Holmes:
The Best of the Comedy-O-Rama Hour,
READ the REVIEW from the SCARLET STREET MAGAZ
Abbott & Costello in the Catskills: An Authentic Recreation of a 1930s Borscht Belt Variety Show, Recorded Before a Live Audience in the Catskills
Length: 58 minutes
Abbott & Costello in the Catskills is an authentic recreation of a 1930s Borscht Belt variety show, recorded before a live audience in the Catskills. In this New Oldtime Radio Hour, Lou Costello (Bob Greenberg) follows Bud Abbott (Joe Bevilacqua) to the Catskills when Abbott is hired as sole master of ceremonies of a Catskills variety show. Meanwhile, guest stars George Burns and Cab Calloway miss their train forcing Abbott to sing and dance in their place!
Abbott and Costello Meet Sherlock Holmes - part 1
Sherlock Holmes' Misadventures
with Abbott & Costello
Only 6 Performances
April 2014, Totowa NJ
Length: 29.5 hours
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A Camp Waterlogg Valentine Revisited - part 2
The British Universities Film & Video Council called "a modernization of Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream. Ranger Lorie is having a big Valentine's "Kiss-Off" square dance to help raise money to save her dilapidated kids camp in the Catskills. Cupid sends the Baby of the Woods (Puck) to bring all the star-crossed lovers together, and confusion ensues. Meanwhile, Ranger Joe (Bottom) makes an ass of himself, while performing in Las Vegas." The hour also includes Cousin Kenny Savoy, Jim Folly, Tom Giannazzo, and Reagan Leonard.
Early Dixieland Pioneers
1. Tiger Rag - The Original Dixieland Jass Band (1917)
2. Tiger Rag - Friar's Society Orchestra (1922)
3. Tiger Rag - Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra (1931)
4. Feelin' No Pain - Miff Mole and His Little Molers (1927)
5. New Orleans Stomp - Johnny Dodds and his Black Bottom Stompers (1927)
6. I'm Gonna Stomp Mr. Henry Lee - Eddie Condon (1929)
7. Bugle Call Rag - Billy Banks & His Orchestra (1923)
8. The Waffle Man's Call - Johnny Bayersdorffer and his Jazzola Novelty Orchestra (1924)
9. Papa's Got The Jim-Jams - Celestin's Original Tuxedo Jazz Orchestra (1927)
10. Piggly Wiggly - Beale Street Washboard Band (1929)
11. Wa-Da-Da (Ev'rybody's Doin' It Now)- Bix Beiderbecke and His Gang (1928)
12. Ostrich Walk - The Original Dixieland Jass Band (1917)
13. Doo Doodle Oom - Fletcher Henderson and his Orchestra (1923)
14. Static Strut - Fletcher Henderson And The Dixie Stompers (1926)
15. Who Stole the Lock (On the Hen House Door-) Jack Bland (1932)
|Huck Goes to the Moon|
& The Japanese Sandman
- part 1
The first anthology of NEW fiction based on the beloved OTR characters and shows we know and love. Old Time Radio fans have something new to listen to! Includes: Our Miss Brooks: "One Principal Too Many, One Principal Too Meanie" by Clair Schulz; Tom Mix: "Tom Mix and the Mystery of the Bodiless Horseman" by Jim Harmon; Candy Matson Yukon 2-8209: "The Japanese Sandman" by Jack French; The Clyde Beatty Show: "Perils of the Tiger Barn" by Roger Smith; The Green Lama: "The Case of the Bashful Spider" by Bob Martin; Sgt. Preston of the Yukon: "A Call from the Storm" by Jim Nixon.
"These are not old time radio shows, but incredible simulations!" beams veteran award-winning radio producer Joe Bevilacqua, who voiced most of the audiobook, including dead-on impressions of Paul Frees as The Green Lama, Gale Gordon as Mr. Conklin, Richard Crenna as Walter Denton, Paul Sutton as Sgt. Preston, and even essays some of the woman roles, including the voice of Candy Matson! For the woman roles Bevilacqua could not voice, he turned to his talented wife and creative partner Lorie Kellogg, who has acted in many of his radio theater productions in the past. Kellogg is the voice of Eve Arden's Connie Brooks in the new Our Miss Brooks story, as well as voicing her landlady Mrs. Davis, Clyde Beatty's wife, and other roles. "OTR fans tired of listening to the same old recordings over and over will love these new audio stories!" concludes Bevilacqua. "Joe Bev." (as he also known) is a veteran radio drama producer, whose past credits include XM Radio's The Comedy-O-Rama Hour, The Misadventures of Sherlock Holmes, and Old-time Radio Parodies.
Available at: http://www.amazon.com/The-New-Stories-Old-Time-Radio/dp/B004ZCHLNI
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