0027 – A’ja and I return to wish Jeff Krause “Happy Birthday”! We also go crazy with antics and also get to another segment of Storytime!
GUEST & Co-Reader: A’ja (pronounced: “Asia”)
STORYTIME TITLE: Miss Grief
STORYTIME AUTHOR: Constance Fenimore Woolson
August 6th is a day to celebrate Jeff Krause’s birthday, and recognize many other historical events and other celebrity birthdays including:
Charles Crichton 1910; Lucille Ball 1911; Robert Mitchum 1917; Andy Warhol 1928; Geri Estelle Halliwell (Spice Girls) 1972
We also talk about some of the more notable events in History that happened today including:
1960 – Chubby Checker performed “The Twist” on American TV for the first time on “American Bandstand.”
1964 – Rod Stewart made his television debut on the British show “The Beat Room.”
1973 – Stevie Wonder was seriously injured in a car accident. He permanently lost his sense of smell. He was in a coma for four days.
1980 – John Lennon and Yoko Ono began recording their album “Double Fantasy.”
1982 – Pink Floyd’s “The Wall” had its U.S. premiere in New York City.
1987 – The Beastie Boys sued the city of Jacksonville, FL for including the phrase “mature audience” on their concert tickets and ads.
1995 – The first “Soul Train: Lady of Soul Awards” took place.
Here is the link that A’ja and I talked about: Men at Work – “Down Under” on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XfR9iY5y94s
For Storytime, we include another installment of “Miss Grief” by Constance Fenimore Woolson!
Overall, just a lot of fun, so enjoy!
THE SOCIAL MEDIAS:
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Other Credits & Info for the Cosmic Cafe Show’s Podcast include…
Adobe Audition CC
All writing, sound design, and sound editing by: Eric Brown
Microphones used are Samson GTrack Pro – currently not a sponsor, but should be….. (HINT, HINT) 😉
A brief history:
The Cosmic Cafe’s TV Show was originally started and broadcast in 2014. It now is broadcast on nearly 90 TV Stations across the United States.
We also broadcast 100+ live streaming episodes from my home studio as well as remote locations like NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida and San Diego’s ComicCon!
The archives of those shows and much more are all available on the main website: CosmicCafeShow.com