Inspired by the songs of Tom Waits, the cast of local production Warm Beer Cold Women chat with with Jim and Dale and perform on The Morning Show.
Piper's Crow perform "Stumpie," "First Leaves of Spring," and "Fertile Fields of Pebbles"
Chris Smither performs "Train Home," "Shillin' for the Blues," and "Crocodile Man"
Sam Shaber performs "El Dorado," "Simon Says," "Rain and Sunshine," and "Pedestal"
Carrie Newcomer performs "Betty's Diner," "When One Door Closes," and "The Gathering of Spirits"
Cam Waters and Kari Larson perform "Travelin' Man," "Stag-O-Lee," "Shake Sugaree," and "Ragged and Dirty"
Members of the Chanhassen Dinner Theater production of "Annie" visited with Dale Connelly and Jim Ed Poole on The Morning Show.
Folk-World-Blues guitarist and singer Harry Manx stopped by the Morning Show studio to talk about his career. He was born on the Isle of Man, raised in Canada and learned music while traveling in Europe and Asia. He spend several months living near Bombay, India to study with Vishwa Mohan Bhatt, the creator of the 20 string guitar/sitar instrument called the Mohan Veena.
Jim Ed Poole and Dale Connelly visit with Canadian folksinger Connie Kaldor about her recent Juno Award for Best Children's Recording, "A Duck in New York City", and her budding television career in her country. She also performs a few songs live in the Maud Moon Weyerhaueser Music Studio.
Pianist John Jensen joined Dale Connelly on The Morning Show to talk about and play some excerpts from this weekend's upcoming event, "Americana: A Concord Drama," words, music and imagery focused on composer Charles Ives. The event is Saturday, May 22, 2004, 7:30pm at First Lutheran Church, Columbia Heights.
The Alabama resident stopped by the Morning Show studio to chat with Dale Connelly and Jim Ed Poole about his recent Minnesota appearance.
Join Dale Connelly and Jim Ed Poole for an 2 hours of music, manners, superhuman meddling and radio melodrama. Actor and playwright Beth Gilleland appears as "Incredible Betty," a caped avenger sworn to uphold generally accepted standards of polite behavior. Musical talents include the duo of vocalist/violinist Laurie Lewis and vocalist/mandolinist Tom Rozum and blues guitarist Cam Waters, who is joined by bassist David Tousley.
Laurie Lewis and Tom Rozum join Dale Connelly and Jim Ed Poole in the studio to talk about their upcoming involvement in "The Morning Show Evening Concert" at the Fitzgerald Theater.
The Morning Show presented an evening of holiday comedy and song at the Fitzgerald Theater on December 6, 2002. Canadian folk diva Connie Kaldor performed some holiday favorites, and the Jaztronauts warmed things up with a bit of swing, jive, and modern jazz. The centerpiece of the evening was The Morning Show Holiday Pageant Players' unique version of A Christmas Carol, with local actor and director Peter Moore as Ebenezer Scrooge, Genway founder Dr. Larry Kyle as Jacob Marley, lyrically challenged vocalist Mel Lightner as the Ghost of Christmas Past, international fugitive Captain Billy as the Ghost of Christmas Present, and beloved journalist Bud Buck as Bob Crachit.