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The Joe Bev Hour airs syndicates five different shows per week--on Pawling Public Radio, WHRO-Norfolk, VA, The 1920s Radio Network, Toon Radio, Dream Stream Radio, Sound Stages Radio, and soon WGTD Public Radio, Wisconsin Public Radio.
This week Joe Bev Radio Hours include the return of the Liquid Comedy troupe, 78 records featuring movie music, Willoughby and the Professor Meets The Prisoner, a Misadventures of Sherlock Holmes and more!
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On this week's five editions of The Joe Bev Hour:
The Comedy-O-Rama Hour
The Wedding of Ellis & Elise part 1
This week, the first in a trilogy storyline will culminate with comedienne The Love Goddess Judy Tenuta guest starring. Joe Bevilacqua, who is also known as Joe Bev, performs nearly half the characters on the show, including Ellis da Boatkeeper, Sgt. Lefty, Adam Maxwell, Lil Andy, and others. His wife and creative partner Lorie B. Kellogg also performs many characters on the show, including Elise, Olive Pitts, Mrs. Cowlick, Ellis & Elise's mother, Lkie, and others.
The husband and wife team record the comedy hour from their home and surrounding woods of Napanoch, NY. The show takes place at Camp Waterlogg, a fictional kids camp in the Catskills. For the trilogy, Bev and Kellogg enlisted the help of Kenny Savoy and Jim Folly, members of the Liquid Comedy troupe since 1979.
For this new set of shows, the four spent one weekend improvising many hours of new material for The Comedy-O-Rama Hour. Folly plays chef Ron Drysdale, a Peters Market Grocery Clerk, Rev. Cowlick, Marcello, Ellis & Elise's father and Lil Jimmy. Savoy is Cousin Kenny, Peter Moss, and Luigi.
Bev and Kellogg Skyped two scenes with Judy Tentua, one in which she gives love advise to Ellis and Elise, and the other in which Tentua sings and plays accordion at their wedding, which will be heard in the third part.
Joe Bev says of his cast:
Lorie Kellogg is not only a great voice artist who can play woman, man, girls, boys, frogs, trees, chairs, or anything... she also comes up with half the funny plots we improvise!
Jim Folly is the funniest man alive! Jim has been a member of our troupe Liquid Comedy since we formed it in 1979. Jim is Don Rickles, Chico Marx and Allen Jenkins all rolled into one!
Kenny Savoy can do voices and read a script as well as any actor I know, but what makes Kenny special is is bright open upbeat personality. He lifts the energy of everyone he meets. Kenny is also a great improviser.
The Jazz-O-Rama Hour
Follow the Bouncing Ball
Joe Bev presents remastered 78 RM Records, including:
The Sidewalks Of New York - The Nat Shilkret Orchestra (1928)
I'm Looking Over a Four Leaf Clover - Nick Lucas (1927)
It Had to Be You - Isham Jones (1924)
Baby Face - Jan Garber (1926)
As Time Goes By - The Columbians omxsg / Freddie Rich Orchestra (1920s)
Moonlight and Shadows - Shep Fields and His Rippling Rhythm Orchestra (1936)
Sing Song Girl - Bob Haring's Colonial Club Orchestra (1930)
Honolulu Baby - Weintraub's Syncopators (1936)
Managua, Nicaragua - Guy Lombardo's Orchestra (1946)
Dem Bones, Dry Bones - The Delta Rhythm Boys (1930s)
Well, Git It! - Glen Gray & the Casa Loma Orchestra (1930s)
Oh You Beautiful Doll - A Max Fleischer Cartoon (1929)
The Joe Bev Experience
Aliens, Robots and Willoughby and the Professor Meet the Prisoner
Joe Bev's childhood creations Willoughby and the Professor meet aliens, robots and the Prisoner will be heard. Joe Bev, who's full name is Joe Bevilacqua (Joe Bev) provides all the voices for a new Willoughby and the Professor story Squidge Attack and an encore story in which the duo meet Number 6, from the classic 1960s TV series The Prisoner. Willoughby and the Professor is epic science-fiction fantasy comedy, in the Monty Python/Terry Gilliam vein, about a boy and his professor who travel willy-nilly across time and space in a failed attempt to ''cure the world of all its ills''. Produced, directed, and voiced by Joe Bevilacqua, with David Garland and Margaret Juntwait, written by Joe Bevilacqua and Robert J. Cirasa, theme music by David Garland, musical numbers written by Joe Bevilacqua, performed by the Paul Salomone Trio with Paul on piano, Ed Fuqua on bass, and Jim Mason on drums.
An Interview with June Foray and Bill Scott part 4
June Foray and Bill Scott (Rocky and Bullwinkle) talk with Bob Claster (1985) part four Hans Conried, Bill Scott, June Foray and Paul Frees in a Fractured Flickers: Tarfoot, the Apeman (1964) part one, Lil Red Riding Who? as told by Aunt Rapunzel (2009), the Red Dirt Rangers sing Where D...o All the Tumbleweeds Go (2000), part two of a rare Huckleberry Hound cartoon (1958), Tom Mix and the Mystery of the Bodiless Horseman part two (2010), Willoughby and the Professor Meet the Godfather part four (1972), and the conclusion of Bugs Bunny VS. the Tortoise (1948) with Mel Blanc, Arthur Q. Bryan and Jimmy Weldon.
The Joe Bev Audio Theater
Chapter 3 of Ancient Rising by JC De La Torre
A widower is set of on an amazing adventure by a man claiming to be a god. Like Indiana Jones meets Clash of the Titans, follow Dan Ryan through Egypt, Greece, and the Mexican jungle as he unlocks the keys to finding the lost continent of Atlantis and the Gods imprisoned there. Joe Bevilacqua introduces you to the Bev-O-Vision 3D audiobook experience, designed to completely immerse you into the story. He weeps when the main character Dan Ryan loses someone close to him. He cries out when Ryan exclaims in pain. He becomes Ryan, Doc Constant, Mina, Hermes, and all of the colorful characters. JC De La Torre takes you on a breathless search for the lost continent of Atlantis and Bevilacqua delivers each and every action packed moment. From the debut of the Greek God Hermes, to the pits of Hades and the rise of Atlantis, Ancient Rising puts you on course for action-packed fun.
My Dinner at Baker Street
Episode 2 of The Misadventures of Sherlock Holmes
Comedy and mystery are happy bedfellows in The Misadventures of Sherlock Holmes. Veteran award-winning radio producer Joe Bevilacqua’s ten-part radio theater series pays humorous homage to the classic characters of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. The stories are filled with sly references to the original “Canon,” and even the Baker Street Irregulars and other Holmesian groups and scholars have enjoyed this about the series. In this episode, Watson unknowingly invites Holmes arch enemy Professor Moriarty to dinner.
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