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The Show with David Burrows # 259

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Published on Oct 18, 2016 Opening Segment: Nic Swales​ at The Station Music Hall​ opening for Doc Walker​ Sarnia Sting​ updates. www.sarniasting.com The Entertainment Scene: Comedy, Hypnosis, & Karaoke. Aaron Robb​ of the Bright's Grove Optimist Club​ shares the details of a 'funraiser' to support the club and several if their community activites. www.brightsgroveoptimist.com In The Community: Flavours & Favours - A Childhood Cancer Fundraiser​ coming to Victoria Playhouse Petrolia​. Paula Haley McKinlay​ talks about the fun event that will also include a live auction event. Many fantastic door prizes, including tickets to Red Wings, Nick Carter, Fusion, Personal Touch Eatery & Catering​ and more! Closing Segment: Painting with the stars event. City of Sarnia​ council meeting live stream. More local videos and events at www.tvsn.ca and The Video Show Network

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Trivia Q & A # 42 – 2016

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Q. Sweeney Todd, named after the murderous barber legend from the 1800s, was formed in 1975 Vancouver. It had a major hit with "Roxy Roller", but its lead singer, Nick Gilder, became much more successful after he left the band with a huge hit that went to number one in both the US and Canada in 1978. What song earned him two Junos as well as a People's Choice Award? A.  Hot Child in the City Nicholas George "Nick" Gilder was born in London, England, Gilder was raised in Vancouver. He began his career as front-man for the glam rock band Sweeney Todd, which later briefly featured a very young Bryan Adams.  Sweeney Todd had a number one hit, "Roxy Roller", that held on to the top spot in the Canadian music charts for three weeks in 1975.  It went on to win a Juno Award for "Best Selling Single" in 1977. Feeling they had ...

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AUDITIONS for Theatre Sarnia’s THE 39 STEPS

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THE 39 STEPS AUDITIONS - NOV. 7 & 8, 7pm Imperial Theatre Auditorium SHOW DATES: March 31 - April 8 MAIN BULK OF REHEARSALS: December 2016 - March 2017 CHECK OUT THE VIDEO HERE: https://www.facebook.com/LetsRocketship/videos/10157703078745455/ Director Ian Alexander, the lunatic behind 'CineMadness' and 'Cinemadventure' and the award-winning Henri Davis Canino are bringing you the next decent into bonkersville. The 4th show in Theatre Sarnia's 90th Season is Alfred Hitchcock's "THE 39 STEPS". Taking the ol' classic tale of most spy thrillers, femme fatales, government conspiracies, romance, murder, mayhem in the 1930s with a giant ensemble of eccentric characters... brought to life by 4 (FOUR) energetic comedy powerhouse performers. Frantically switching characters, costumes, set pieces and accents before your eyes, this show is like Monty Python at gunpoint. ONE MAN - The suave hero ONE WOMAN - 3 femme fatales ONE CLOWN - A plethora of characters ONE CLOWN - Probably too many characters Preferred age; 20s - 40s, high energy, ...

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HIDDEN TALENTS – Jesus Christ Superstar auditions

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"For a 2,000-year-old story set to 30-year-old music, JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR still has a fresh, timeless appeal. Andrew Lloyd Webber's music is haunting, snappy and touching... Tim Rice's lyrics are too good to miss a word."- Sue Merrell, Grand Rapids Press Where: Central United Church 220 George St. Sarnia Who: Main Cast: 16 years and up Dancers: 15 years and up Children: 8 - 14 years When: Singers: Nov. 10th, 7:00pm OR Nov. 11th, 7:00pm. Dancers only: Nov. 10th 6:30 - 7:00 OR Nov. 11th, 6:30 -7:00 Callbacks: Central United Nov. 13th 7:00pm Please contact Hidden Talents for info on song selections for auditions MORE INFO: REHEARSALS: Sunday, Monday and Thursday evenings starting the end of January. SHOW WEEKS: May 22nd - June 3rd, 2017 STAY IN TOUCH 519.330.9971 info@hiddentalents.ca

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The Show with David Burrows # 258

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Published on Oct 11, 2016 Opening Segment: Sarnia Sting​ back in the game. The Entertainment Scene: Rock of Ages is coming to the Imperial Theatre, Sarnia ON.​ Karoline Lobsinger​, Denise Chaulk​ and Bethany Tiegs share their excitement and some of the challenges that come with putting on a stellar production. www.imperialtheatre.net In The Community: Junior Achievement is inviting high school students to share their ideas. Becky Krukowski​, Program Manager for JA talks about a free program for students. Closing Segment: Kick Axes Hunger. An event for The Inn of the Good Shepherd- Sarnia​ Win tix to see Doc Walker at The Station Music Hall​

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R.E.M NOW ON GREAT DEALS WALL

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R.E.M NOW ON GREAT DEALS WALL

New on the GREAT DEALS WALL - selected titles from R.E.M starting at $7.96.  Get them while supplies last. - ACCELERATE  -AUTOMATIC FOR THE PEOPLE  -IN TIME 1988 - 2003: BEST OF -EPONYMOUS -GREEN - LIFE'S RICH PAGEANT -NEW ADVENTURES IN H-FI  - REVEAL  

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Trivia Q & A # 41 – 2016

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Q. On March 2, 2008, Canada and the music world lost musician extraordinaire, Jeff Healey, after a lifelong battle with cancer. Despite being blind most of his life, he embarked on a very successful career that included music genres from rock to jazz to blues. Jeff even starred in a movie once with an actor/actress who passed away in 2009. Who was the actor/actress and what was the title of the movie? A. Patrick Swayze - Road House In 1989, Jeff played himself in the movie "Road House" that starred Patrick Swayze, another cancer victim who passed away a year after Jeff. At only eight months of age, Norman Jeffry Healey, born March 25, 1966, lost his sight due to retinoblastoma, a rare form of eye cancer. Best known for the hit songs, "See The Light", and "Angel Eyes", Jeff was a master guitarist. Because of his blindness, he learned to play ...

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2016 Fall First Friday with Mike Blackmore & Rock of...

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What can be said about the legendary Mike Blackmore that has not been said before other than he is bordering  on mythical?  He is one of the most versatile musicians in the city with the ability to entertain an audience no matter what he does or how many people are on stage. For the October 7, 2016 performance at Cheeky Monkey's First Friday event, he chose to play beside himself in the guise of  'Blackmore + Blackmore'.  The name did cause some mild confusion, but once Mike started playing it became clear he was his own one-man-band.  Utilizing a looping machine, Mike laid down tracks as his background to play in front of.  Sometimes he recorded drum beats using his ever present d'jembe.  Sometimes it was guitar rhythms and he'd bring the d'jembe front and centre.  Either way, it sounded great.  He has used this looping technique in previous shows here, ...

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The Show with David Burrows # 257

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Published on Oct 5, 2016 Opening Segment: Sarnia Sting fall short 2 in a row. City of Sarnia council meeting gets heated over 'so called scrapbooks' issue. The Entertainment Scene: Local artist, Peg Kivi talks about her upcoming show at ARTOPIA GALLERY & FRAMING on October First Friday. Kivi also talks about special musical guests Gorilla Tophat and their Funk/jazz sound. www.pegkivi.com In The Community: The Inn of the Good Shepherd- Sarnia is in deseperateneed of community support. Executive Director Myles Vanni shares why the local food bank is struggling. Vanni also shares two current campaigns that he hopes will bring the organization back to positive instead of remaining at a deficit. www.theinnsarnia.ca Closing Segment: Brigden Fair this weekend. Sarnia Sting return to Sarnia Saturday October 8th to take on Peterborough Petes Happy Thanksgiving!

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Trivia Q & A # 40 – 2016

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Q. 1974 was the year of the second election of Pierre Trudeau as Canadian Prime Minister. The meaning of Pierre (Peter) is "rock" - and voilà: There was a song called "Rock Me Gently" in 1974! Which Canadian with the same home town as Trudeau sang it? A. Andy Kim Andrew Youakim, performing as Andy Kim, is a Canadian pop rock singer and songwriter. He grew up in Montreal, Quebec. He is known for a number of hits that he released in the late 1960s and 1970s, such as "Rock Me Gently", which topped the US singles chart in 1974. He co-wrote "Sugar, Sugar" for The Archies; it was #1 for four weeks and was "Record of the Year" for 1969. He has recorded under the stage name Baron Longfellow since the mid-1980s or just as Longfellow in the early 1990s. More recently, Kim's music has again come into the public eye, as "Rock ...

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