Blue Canvas Orchestra Ft. Michael Perry, Live in Oshkosh

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1st Airing: 5/28/17
2nd Airing: 11/25/2017

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Blue Canvas Orchestra:

Michael Perry

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perry_backstageJoin host Michael Perry as he hosts another edition of Tent Show Radio from Lake Superior Big Top Chautauqua and debuts yet another Clodhopper Definition of the Big Dang Word of the Week.

This episode’s monologue – delivered from the backstage dressing room with the one lonely little lightbulb burning – Michael discusses donuts, deceit, and the value of engine maintenance.  

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Spend the evening with Big Top’s Blue Canvas Orchestra featuring author Michael Perry, live in concert from the beautiful and historic Oshkosh Theater.

The Blue Canvas Orchestra (BCO) is Chautauqua’s house band that, together with co-founder and Visuals Director Betty Ferris, provides the entertainment engine that powers the Big Top. This group converged on the Northland from around the country, brought together by the desire to make great art in a beautiful environment. In today’s Chautauqua they continue to be devotees of the “Big Show,” remaining resolute in their commitment to bringing expansive sound, imagery and experience to their audiences.

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Shawn Colvin & Steve Earle

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Airing: 5/20/17

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Shawn Colving
http://www.shawncolvin.com/

Steve Earl
www.steveearle.com

Michael Perry
www.sneezingcow.com

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Grammy Award-winning artists Shawn Colvin and Steve Earle unite as Colvin & Earle, launching a worldwide tour in celebration of their new collaborative album. Fueled by deep emotional connection and spiritual bond, the album “Colvin & Earle” captures the once-in-a-lifetime magic of two extraordinary folk artists so in tune that they seem to be able to reach each other’s minds, creating a whole that is much greater than the (already great) sum of its parts. Both Colvin and Earle have played the Big Top before, Colvin only once in 2005, and Earle three times before with his band The Dukes, most recently in 2012.
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Backstage Monologue
In this episode’s monologue – delivered from the backstage dressing room with the one lonely little lightbulb burnin’ – stay tuned!

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Ruthie Foster

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Airing: 5/13/17

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Ruthie Foster
www.ruthiefoster.com

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Foster is from Gause, Texas and comes from a family of gospel singers. At the age of fourteen, Ruthie was a soloist in her hometown choir, and was certain that her future would revolve around music. After high school, Ruthie moved to Waco, Texas to attend community college, where her studies concentrated in music and audio engineering. She began fronting a blues band, learning how to command a stage in the bars of Texas.

Ruthie continues to tour extensively all over the world. In 2016, her shows have spanned across the U.S., Italy, Germany, Spain, and Cuba. Ruthie’s shows are quite spectacular as proven by the hundreds of videos and photos posted by her fans across social media. Further, her list of honors include a nomination from the Living Blues Awards for Best Live Performer.

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Backstage Monologue

In this episode’s monologue – delivered from the backstage dressing room with the one lonely little lightbulb burnin’ – stay tuned!

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The Mavericks

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Airing: 5/6/17

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The Mavericks
www.themavericksband.com

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The Mavericks were founded more than 25 years ago by Malo and Deakin as a standout alternative band in a Miami rock scene dominated by hair metal and punk. Improbably, they were noticed by super-producer Tony Brown in Nashville, and when they got signed to innovative MCA Records, they upended expectations in country music. Their blend of Cuban grooves and Bakersfield-inspired twang netted them several CMA and ACM Awards plus a Grammy in 1995. They charted numerous singles and albums while earning accolades as one of the finest live bands in the business. There was some time off and re-jiggering of personnel, but they came back strong with 2013’s In Time and 2015’s Mono, albums that provided abundant material for a refreshed and unmatched stage show.

“We’ve traveled a lot in the last four years. And we’ve come back from a hiatus of nine years to find a brand new purpose — not just to go out and play for tickets and do the oldies,” says Eddie Perez. “Not many bands get to come back from that long to have another moment like this. So I believe it to be quite special.”

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Backstage Monologue

In this episode’s monologue – delivered from the backstage dressing room with the one lonely little lightbulb burnin’ – stay tuned!

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