Mighty John Marshall with this week’s lesson from the School of Rock.
This Day In Rock & Roll History 10.11.19
Illeana Douglas 10.11.19
Illeana Douglas returned to the show to discuss her work on the new season of “Goliath” and “The Film Scene” podcast and we talked a little movie history.
Kayla Patten, Zachary Robbins 10.10.19
Kayla Patten and Zach Robbins from Nocturnem Draft Haus stopped by to let us know about some of their upcoming events.
Betsy Lundy 10.9.19
Betsy Lundy from the Downtown Bangor Partnership joined us in-studio today.
Colin Fleming 10.8.19
Writer Colin Fleming discusses horror films from the period 1959-1973,including a couple of so-called “classics” that he thinks simply aren’t that great.
Rosanne Cash 10.7.19
Singer-songwriter Rosanne Cash returned to the show to discuss her “She Remembers Everything” Tour, which comes to the Collins Center for the Arts on Saturday, October 26.
Alan Chapell 10.4.19
Singer-songwriter Alan Chapell joined us to discuss his album, “Penultimate”, featuring the single, “I Am Zuck”.
This Day In Rock & Roll History 10.4.19
Mighty John Marshall brings us a look at October 4th in musical history.
John Holyoke 10.3.19
John Holyoke joined us in-studio to discuss his book, “Evergreens”, a collection of his Bangor Daily News outdoor columns.
Max Weinberg 10.2.19
Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Max Weinberg joined us to talk about his upcoming show at the Waterville Opera House on Saturday October 5th.
John Davidson 10.2.19
Actor-singer John Davidson stopped by our studio to talk about his appearance on The Nite Show and more.
Betsy Lundy 10.2.19
Betsy Lundy from the Downtown Bangor Partnership joined us in-studio.
Colin Fleming 10.1.19
Writer Colin Fleming shares his thoughts on the Red Sox season, celebrates the anniversary of “Rip Van Winkle”, and remembers Myron Cope’s “The Game That Was”.
Ed Asner 10.1.19
Acting legend Ed Asner returned to Downtown this afternoon to discuss his upcoming appearances at the Eastport Arts Center in the play, “God Help Us”.
Graham Nash 9.30.19
Graham Nash, inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Famer as a member of The Hollies and Crosby, Stils, and Nash, joined us to talk about making music and his passion for photography. Nash appears Tuesday night at The Criterion in Bar Harbor and Wednesday at the Waterville Opera House.