Los Angeles, CA, April 14, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Sharon Evans and Rick Rogers, known as the King and Queen of Vaudeville, are headed for the world of talk radio with a brand new one hour show.
Broadcasting live, coast to coast on the Cable Radio Network from Sunland-Tujunga, California, The Evans and Rogers Show will present the story of popular American music and entertainment in a unique variety format. From its roots in the blending of African and European cultures during slavery times through to the popular entertainment of the 1960's, The Evans and Rogers Show will reveal just how America has set a standard and created an industry that has given us the greatest entertainment and entertainers the world has ever known: jazz, blues, ragtime, Tin-Pan-Alley, country/western, rock and roll, minstrel shows, vaudeville, standup comedy, plus the radio, movie and television industries. It all began in America and the stories of the people who created it are fascinating and endless.
Although CRN is talk radio, the musical comedy team of Evans and Rogers will bring to the airwaves the same happy music and laughter they present on stage. Live performances of vintage music and good wholesome comedy will provide a complement to the conversation and interviews with the experts, and with the people who have made their mark on the time line of entertainment history.
Among the guests slated to appear are 60's pop superstar Trini Lopez, comedian Shelley Berman, film star Terry Moore, and virtuoso guitarist Del Casher. For those not old enough to remember, Trini Lopez had several big hits, including “If I Had A Hammer” and stole the show from The Beatles in Paris; Shelley Berman was the first comedian to play Carnegie Hall; Terry Moore, starred in the film Mighty Joe Young and was married to Howard Hughes; while Del Casher, who’s playing is heard in many popular television series and films of the 1960s, is the inventor of the Wah Wah peddle and other electronic effects for the guitar. From the world of jazz is pianist David Ornette Cherry, son of jazz trumpet player, Don Cherry, and Babette Ory, daughter of famous jazz man Kid Ory, both with insights into the lives and careers of their fathers. The Evans and Rogers Show will allow listeners to hear the unpublished stories of guests such as these, and to bring their questions and comments when the phone lines are open.
April 20, 2014 marks the first broadcast of The Evans and Rogers Show with veteran character actor Steve Moriarty (Two Broke Girls) as their guest. The show will air each Sunday evening from 8:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Pacific Time and can be heard in all fifty states on cable channels for home theater, on the Internet, and on car radio in some areas. It will also be available as a pod cast for those who want to enjoy the broadcast at their convenience. Sponsorship opportunities for this exciting new show are still available at a special price of $50 per minute. For more information, call the station at 818/352-7152 or contact the show hosts at HottestNewAct@gmail.com. More information on how to listen in can be found at www.CRNtalk.com. To learn more about Evans and Rogers, go to their web site at www.evansandrogers.com.