PRLog - Nov. 25, 2011 - NAPANOCH, N.Y. -- In honor of Joe Bevilacqua's 40th year as an actor, writer, producer, director, Waterlogg Productions has extended its free audiobook offer to Cyber Monday.
Joe Bevilacqua - "Cyber Monday" Free Audio Offer!
This Free "Cyber Monday" Audiobook Offer is available on 11/28/11 ONLY. Buy any one Waterlogg Productions audiobook and get a story FREE!
Available at Amazon, iTunes, Audible for Kindle, Blackberry, Android, iPhone or iPad, and CD at http://www.joebev.com.
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.
Bevilacqua frequently works as a team with his multi-talented wife Lorie Kellogg. Kellogg a graduate of the Kansas City Art Institute Kansas City Art Institute and CalArts California Institute of the Arts has designed all Waterlogg Production Waterlogg Website websites and book covers. She has also lent her vocal characterizations to such projects as: Spanish Halloween Stories for Children: Translated into English, Spanish Christmas Stories for Children: Translated into English, The New Stories of Old-Time Radio: Volume One, Daws Butler’s Halloween Happening, The Best of Cartoon Carnival, Volume One: 'The Interviews'.
Audiobook Heaven REVIEW: "Joe an Lorie are both extremely talented voice artists. They can both do lots of entertaining voices, not just characterizations but whole personalities, and they both have a fine flair for drama, satire, and comedy. Put them together and, well, need I say more? If you haven’t heard these two at work, you’re missing out on something special." )
Joe Bevilacqua voiced Commander Crumpet for the Bob Camp Bob Camp (co-founder of and director for Ren & Stimpy of Spümcø) designed iPhone game 'Tanks of Fury' produced by Iversoft released Christmas 2011. His wife Lorie Kellogg voiced the character Desert Fox on the 'Tanks of Fury' game.
In 2009 Bevilacqua did a commentary for Marketplace about his "green lifestyle".
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 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.
His credits include such radio documentaries as From Moonshine to Armadillos: the Birth of the Austin Music Scene (2003), One Song at a Time: Tales from the Kerrville Folk Festival (2000) and We Take You Now to Grover's Mill: The 50th Anniversary of The War of the Worlds Broadcast (1988). His radio documentary Lady Bird Johnson: Legacy of a First Lady (2001) was heard on over 400 public radio stations.
Bevilacqua continues to regularly contribute to NPR magazines, including All Things Considered, and the cartoon legend Joe Barbera's official obit producer.
Joe Bevilacqua performing at Carolyn's on Broadway:
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Waterlogg Productions is a multi-media entertainment company founded by husband and wife team Joe Bevilacqua & Lorie Kellogg.
Their combined talents spanning over 40 years have garnered many awards in radio.
In 2009 Waterlogg Production ventured into the world of audio books and in 2011 video.
In 2010 Joe Bevilacqua signed a new deal with Audible to distribute all of his audio books including radio drama, science fiction, documentary, comedy and biography.
In 2011 Joe signed a deal with Sirius/XM [Sirius XM Radio] to broadcast his work on the Book Radio Ch. 80.
iPhone game coming out Christmas 2011 Joe Bevilacqua voiced Commander Crumpet for the Bob Camp co-founder of and director for Ren & Stimpy [Spümco] designed iPhone game Tanks of Fury produced by Iversoft.
Feel free to contact them for your audio, video and entertainment needs. http://www.waterlogg.com