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Joe Bevilacqua Announces Podcasts Surpasses 100 Download Per Day - Up 862% - Advertisers Sought
Joe Bev's 30 radio hours per month are syndicated worldwide--on Bear Manor Radio, 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 top three shows are Cartoon Carnival with Joe Bev, The Jazz-O-Rama Hour, and The Comedy-O-Rama Hour! Downloads are up 862% since last year at this time.
"We are thrilled! We have doubled our downloads since the New Year and hope more people find our great shows!" says Waterlogg Productions co-owner, Lorie Kellogg.
"We are now opening up ad space on our podcasts and streaming shows to anyone interested in sponsorship,"
Joe Bevilacqua (Joe Bev) and Lorie Kellogg are the married creative team behind Waterlogg Productions. They are currently the makers of thirty podcasts per month, have created over 100 audio books, and have appeared together and separately in many radio, stage, TV and film productions.
Their ever growing number of audio collections can be found at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, WalMart and all online vendors, as well as libraries, through an exclusive distribution deal with Blackstone Audio. There is also a free Waterlogg SmartPhone app for easy access to all podcasts. More at http://www.waterlogg.com.
The latest Waterlogg podcasts:
The Comedy-O-Rama Hour
Camp Waterlogg: Ask Dimitri Redux
On the show, guest Rick Overton plays Dimitri, a Russian mobster visiting the fictional camp. There is also a parody of the B-52s song ''Rock Lobster,'' installments of ''The Adventures of Teaman'' and ''Willoughby and the Professor''. ''Lum & Abner'' and more. Joe Bev (Bevilacqua)
''What an honor to have Rick on our radio show this week. Listeners are in for something special,'' says Comedy-O-Rama creator/performer Joe Bevilacqua (Joe Bev).
The Jazz-O-Rama Hour
Singing Siblings Redux
Joe Bev plays 78RPM records of The Mills Brothers & The Boswell Sisters:
The Object Of My Affection - The Boswell Sisters (1938)
Diga Diga Doo - The Mills Brothers with Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra (1932)
That's How Rhythm Was Born - The Boswell Sisters (1933)
Across the Alley From the Alamo - The Mills Brothers (1947)
Shout, Sister, Shout - The Boswell Sisters (1931)
I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm - The Mills Brothers (1949)
The Lullaby of Broadway - The Boswell Sisters (1935)
Funiculi Funicula - The Mills Brothers (1938)
The Gold Diggers' Song - The Boswell Sisters (1933)
I Found A Million Dollar Baby - The Boswell Sisters (1931)
The Organ Grinder's Swing - The Mills Brothers (1937)
You Oughta Be In Pictures (My Star Of Stars)- The Boswell Sisters (1934)
Wha' Dja Do To Me - The Boswell Sisters (1931)
Put on Your Ol Grey Bonnet - The Mills Brothers (1934)
The Joe Bev Experience
Joe Bev Travels Through Time and Space
Can two retired, old-time radio actors find work for 300 billion illegal aliens? Michael Sheard (Star Wars, Dr. Who) and David Ossman (Firesign Theatre) join forces to show just how much fun answering that question can be in Peter Galaxy: Intersteller Envoy. Also, on the hour will be part 1 of The Whithering of Willoughby and the Professor, Episode 14: ''I Do Not Like the Blackness of Her Nose'' or ''The Penguins Laugh at You!” written by Joe Bevilacqua and Robert J. Cirasa, produced, directed and voiced by Bevilacqua. In addition, ''Napoleon Brandy,'' part 2, will be read by Fred Frees, one of the six stories from his audiobook ''Dracula Meets Jack The Ripper'' (written by Michael B. Druxman).
''The Cartoon Carnival Mother's Day Special''
An hour tribute to mothers, guest co-hosted by Joe Bev's mom, Joan Bevilacqua, and his mother-in-law, Virginia Kellogg, presenting classic and rare cartoon audio related to mothers, eggs, mothers on eggs, chickens on eggs, mother chickens on eggs, elephants on eggs, including the Warner Brothers cartoons ''An Egg Scrambled'' (1950) (voiced by Mel Blanc and Bea Benaderet) and Bob Clampett's version ''Horton Hatches the Egg'' by Dr. Suess (1942), the Walter Lantz cartoon ''Mother Goose on the Loose'' (1942), Walt Disney's ''Mother Goose Goes Hollywood'' (1938) and ''The Truth About Mother Goose'' (1957), Max Fleischer's ''The Kids in the Shoe,'' featuring the voice of Olive Oyl herself, Mae Questal and Smiley Burnette of Gene Autry fame singing ''Mama Don't 'Low'' (1935), plus Al Jolson singing ''My Mammy'' (1946) and ''Mutiny in the Nursery'' by The Paul Whiteman Orchestra (1938). The first person to email firstname.lastname@example.org with most of the celebrity impressions you hear on this show wins a FREE four volume CD set of Daws Butler's ''Uncle Dunkle and Dunkle'' fractured fables!
The Joe Bev Audio Theater
The Silhouette Meets His Reflection
On with the Show!
Joe Bev's hilarious sand-up of The Shadow, part of Old Time Radio Parodies, Volume Two of The Best of the Comedy-O-Rama Hour, produced and directed by Joe Bevilacqua, written by Joe Bevilacqua, William Melillo, and Robert J. Cirasa. These are not old-time radio shows but incredible simulations!
On with the Show! is part of Yabba Dabba Doo! The Alan Reed Story, the autobiography of the voice of Fred Flintstone, brought to life by veteran radio-theater producer Joe Bevilacqua and Alan Reed Jr., featuring rare interviews with Alan Reed himself, an interview with Joe Barbera, and clips from Reed's radio, TV, and film career, including The Fred Allen Show, The Shadow, The Life of Riley, Life with Luigi, Duffy's Tavern, The Postman Always Rings Twice, Viva Zapata, Breakfast at Tiffany's, and The Flintstones.
The Joe Bev Experience
The Bear Manor Radio Hour: The Voice Actor Show with June Foray
Joe Bev presents an hour of audio from one of his Bear Manor Radio Network shows. This time, The Voice Actor Show #1, featuring Bev's 2013 interview with June Foray, and Blast from the Past: Foray & Freberg on the Radio. June Foray is best known as the voice of such animated characters as Lucifer from Cinderella, Rocky the Flying Squirrel, Cindy Lou Who, Jokey Smurf, Witch Hazel, Granny, Natasha Fatale, Nell Fenwick and Magica De Spell. Her career has encompassed radio, theatrical shorts, feature films, television, record albums (particularly with Stan Freberg), video games, talking toys and other media. Foray was also one of the founding members of ASIFA-Hollywood, the society devoted to promoting and encouraging animation. She has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame honoring her voice work in television.