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Best Vaudeville podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Vaudeville podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
Updated May 2020
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About Burlesque performers bare it all - but sometimes we need a talk to go with that strip. Who are they? What’s their story? What do they have to say? What do they actually sound like?! The Pastie Tapes uncovers glittery nuggets of wisdom and insights through thoughtful questions and engaging dialogue with host & performer Siomai Moore. In each episode, burlesque performers & industry figures reveal their burlesque origin story, expose tales from the dressing room, and strip down to the na ...
100+ year old lo-fi recordings contextually presented.
Lottie's Sideshow Acts features the sounds of the Balkans and Eastern Europe. You'll hear Klezmer, Roma, Vaudevillian and Circus music, plus much, much more!
A family-friendly variety show hosted by entertainment power couple Corbin and Julie Miller.
Arts and culture in Victoria, BC. Hosted by Sarah Petrescu, John Threlfall, Melanie Tromp Hoover and Amanda Farrell-Low.
Audio Vaudeville is a bi-weekly comedy podcast, hosted by Conor Bentley and Ryan Shattuck. Every episode, they discuss current affairs, social issues, pop culture, and other tragic topics. It's the greatest podcast you've never heard.
Hosted by Laurence Maslon, BROADWAY TO MAIN STREET is a weekly radio program devoted to the greatest songs of the American Musical Theater. Originating from WPPB 88.3FM on Long Island's East End, each weekly episode celebrates the shows, stars, songwriters, and cultural phenomena that makes Broadway a legendary place. Music taken from classic original cast albums, film, cabaret, rare recordings, and unique interpretations, with commentary, guest appearances, and news from Broadway.
Songs and Stories, Ragtime Piano, Musical Saw, Banjo, Guitar, Ukulele, Comedy, Magic and Vaudeville Fun
The Old Codger: playing 78 RPM records like they're going out of style!
Los Angeles Comedian Tim Powers sits down with the world's most interesting people. Song writers, actors, artists, animators, authors --Tim will get the story out of them with a charm and a sense of humor nobody else has.
Join Mr.Mister, an ancient evil as old as the wind, currently trapped in the body of a Charlie MCcarthy puppet, on a musical journey through the dark recesses of the soul. When not stirring eldritch, cosmic fear, in the hearts of men and women, or shaping the course of history, Mr.Mister likes for his Orphans, Sex! Money! Power!, to regale him with a merry song and dance. Let Sex! Money! Power! now regale you as well with a merry song and dance. We are all that you desire, we are Sex! Money! ...
An ongoing archive of found tape audio. Visit the archive at http://www.sweetthunder.org/tapes
SMI Radio is a weekly audio magazine that takes you inside of the local music scene here in Seattle and the Northwest. We feature great music from some of the finest local, regional, national and global music artists as well as interesting conversation with them. We cover a variety of bands and musical genres. SMI Radio invites you to follow us as we take you inside of the local music scene here in Seattle and the Northwest. We will cover a variety of bands and musical genres. We will take y ...
Join Andrew Steven on Creators of Comedy (previously known as The Seeso Seeshow) for chats with actors, standups, and other funny people as they share their behind the scenes stories, creative inspirations, and what makes for a great joke. Presented in a style that can best be described as NPR-ish, Creators of Comedy goes deep into all things comedy. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/creators-of-comedy/support
The great Kander and Ebb score to Chicago is a tribute to vaudeville. Here are the original inspirations for the songs--Helen Morgan, Sophie Tucker, Eddie Cantor--side-by-side with their Broadway counterparts. It's all show business, kid.
In this episode Siomai Moore Turns 2, The Pastie Tapes Turns 1, & Siomai Moore & Paul Lewis talk burlesque and the magic that is Iva Handfull. Find Paul Lewis at BurlesqueAppreciationMonth2020.blogspot.com Twitter: @TheOneWHoKnox https://twitter.com/theonewhoknox IG: @1whoknox https://instagram.com/1whoknox This episode mentions – IvaHandfull, Bunn…
With gatherings over 50 banned, will we see any live theatre or performance this summer? Theatre SKAM thinks so--and has some ideas in the works. We speak with Theatre SKAM's Matthew Payne (1:26) about their tentative plans for their annual outdoor SKAMpede festival, summer camps, theatre home delivery and other potential activities. Plus what we h…
A spotlight on the songs--all tunes originally from Broadway--performed by America's greatest song-and-dance man. Fred Astaire takes a tuneful spin through the Gershwins, Cole Porter, Schwartz and Dietz and more.
This episode of The Pastie Tapes was sponsored by Paul Lewis. Follow Paul Lewis on Instagram at @1whoknox . Check out his blog, which achieved his “Burlesque Appreciation Month” here: https://burlesqueappreciationmonth2020.blogspot.com/ This episode mentions Paul Lewis, Tamara the Trapeze Lady, Pidgeon Von Tramp, Indigo Blue, The Shanghai Pearl, Sa…
Ready or not--here comes Momma! A musical bouquet for Mother's Day, featuring songs from all sorts of shows--Gypsy, Hairspray, Minnie's Boys--and all sorts of songwriters--Noel Coward, Kander and Ebb, David Yazbek.
I thought being stuck at home all together would bring in the Great Podcasting Boom of 2020…turns out 2020 might be remembered for something else! We have a brand new game of Julie’s own design. It’s sweet. It’s tart. It’s a brownish greyish fruit. It’s the Apple Name Game! Our vintage ad this week is for Pork and Beans! It’s the best kind of beans…
Princesses have played the Palace for decades; here's a long list, from Snow White to Anne Boleyn to Ariel--in songs from Cole Porter, Elton John, Kurt Weill, Richard Rodgers and the new musical, Six.
That effervescent jazz singer, Carmen McRae, celebrates her centenary this week--we think. Listen to an hour of Carmen gracing the songs of the Gershwins, Rodgers and Hart, Noel Coward, Irving Berlin, Frank Loesser and more with her unique style.
Ray Gunn is a Chicago-based New Vaudvillian who was crowned King of Burlesque in 2013 at the Burlesque Hall of Fame! We chatted in January about his burlesque origin story, memorable performances, Lola van Ella, & New Vaudeville. You can find Ray Gunn on instagram at @IamRayGunn This episode mentions Hot Toddy, Dolls of Doom, Jett Adore, Bazuka Joe…
Even in our own little corners, we can enjoy the great show tunes of separation and distance. Connect virtually with Julie Andrews, Frank Sinatra, Barbra Streisand, and Brian Stokes Mitchell--so far and yet so near.
Our first physically distant episode. We talk to Atomic Vaudeville's Britt Small about their first virtual cabaret (1:26), what we are watching at home (26:07) and an interview with Janet Munsil about her Canadian Play Thing (42:29). With Amanda Farrell-Low, John Threlfall, Sarah Petrescu, Melanie Tromp Hoover, Briana Bock and Tim Ford.…
Yassou! We dance to the magnificent Kander and Ebb score to the 1968 Zorbá. Herschel Bernardi, Nancy Wilson, and the iconic Zorba the Greek, Anthony Quinn (among others) join our circle.
Here she is, boys! Here she is, girls! The legendary Merman, on our first full broadcast to feature her. All her Broadway hits, in her inimitable manner, from Gypsy, Annie Get Your Gun, Call Me Madam, Anything Goes and more.
We’re coming to you from our house, like always. But this time…it feels…different somehow… Oh yes we’ve been inside for weeks! But we’re here to keep it light and fun. We bring back a fave guessing game that’s easy to play whenever and wherever that we call Sanz Headbanz (like Headbandz…but…without…you get it.) This time…Animal edition! Our vintage…
Broadway's legendary songsmith turns 90--isn't it rich? So we send in the tunes, our personal Sondheim favorites, sung by Steve Lawrence, Mel Tormé, Audra McDonald, Barbara Cook and more.
Loleezbo - Lola van Ella & Jeez Loueez - are burlesque performers, producers, and all around incredible multi-talented influencers based in New Orleans. Venmo them at @lola-vanella or @jeezloueez You can find Loleezbo Live on Jeez' instagram (@jeezloueez) or Lola van Ella's Facebook page. Web-series coming soon! This episode mentions Shawn Gaston, …
Edith Day - "Alice Blue Gown"http://www.wfmu.org/playlists/shows/92071By MAC and WFMU
We still exist! And we did a trip! And it was a trip! It also inspired our new game where we tell you all about the best roads from The Nowhere, PA. We’re drowning in kid segments this week! We have Lukey’s Zooky where our 3yo Luke tells us about some cool zoo animals. We also have Twue Cwimes with 5yo Ruby. Then there’s Theo’s Pokemon Corner, wher…
We introduced Tim, our new contributor (1:00), chat about the Belfry's Spark Festival, where we managed to catch Busted Up and Destiny, USA before the fest got cancelled (8:04), and then discuss the COVID-19 outbreak and the huge impact that is having on the arts scene here and beyond (20:49). March 17 update: this is an edited version of the origi…
The great hits from Broadway--in their West End incarnations. Our second part, with Ute Lemper in Chicago, Mary Martin in Dolly!, Topol in Fiddler, Angela Lansbury in Gypsy and more. This Sunday at 3PM, live or streaming.
Al Jolson - "Swanee"http://www.wfmu.org/playlists/shows/91938By MAC and WFMU
The great hits from the West End that have sailed across the pond to make Broadway history: Oliver!, Cats, The Phantom of the Opera, Me and My Girl and more.
In this episode Aria Delanoche interviews burlesque performer, instructor, producer, and entrepreneur, The Lady Josephine. The Lady Josephine is based in Montreal. You can find her website at http://theladyjosephine.com/ or instagragram as @theldyjosephine Aria Delanoche is based in Chicago and one of my favorite people. You can find her website at…
Bert Williams - "The Moon Shines on the Moonshine"http://www.wfmu.org/playlists/shows/91654By MAC and WFMU
Fortune and Fate in the American musical: high rollers and spinning wheels from Guys and Dolls, Show Boat, Hamilton, St. Louis Woman and more.
We're at the microphone, live, with Brian Stokes Mitchell the greatest singing actor of his generation, following his career from Ragtime to Man of La Mancha to his latest solo album.
In this episode Vivacious Miss Audacious interviews burlesque performer, club stripper, and all around lover of the night, Gurl Haggard. Gurl Haggard is based in Indianapolis, IN. Visit her website at gurlhaggard.com This episode mentions Frenchy Larouge, Patsy Blue Ribbon, Luxotica Lounge Cabaret, White Rabbit Cabaret, and a whole lot of clowns. S…
The groundbreakers of the 2010s: Dear Evan Hansen, Hamilton, Fun Home, Book of Mormon, and more.
John McCormack - "That Tumble Down Shack in Athlone"http://www.wfmu.org/playlists/shows/91367By MAC and WFMU
Begin the Beguine with a full hour of great Broadway tunes played by the finest dance bands-- swing and sway with Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, Stan Kenton, Paul Whiteman, Louis Armstrong, Harry Connick, Jr, and more.
In this episode I talk to New Orleans based, Michigan native burlesque, hoop, and circus performer Vivacious Miss Audacious about her burlesque origin story, life as a touring showgirl, love of showbiz, and passion for power colors. Find New Orleans based burlesque performer, hoop dancer, producer, and all around showbiz aficionado on instagram at …
Here's our nightlife show tunes pub crawl with the best practioners of the cabaret arts: Bobby Short, Mabel Mercer, Steve Ross, Eric Comstock and Barbara Fasano and more.
The full spectrum of E. Y. "Yip" Harburg's Broadway lyrics, sung by Fred Astaire, Frank Sinatra, Bing Crosby, Pearl Bailey, Petula Clark, Carmen McRae, and the wordsmith himself.
Ted Lewis And His Band - "Bo-La-Bo"http://www.wfmu.org/playlists/shows/90801By MAC and WFMU