Novelty Music Expert Jon Goodman Appears on DAVE'S GONE BY Today
Catch the new episode of Dave’s Gone By (#403) "A Goodman is Easy to Find" LIVE, today, December 8, 10am-1pm(MT), streaming on UNC Radio.
Says Dave about this week's show, "Dickie Goodman's 'The Flying Saucer' was the monster hit of 1956, and his comedy style was an important ancestor of the sampling and mash-ups found in today's pop. Not only that, his gambling, lousy timing and self-inflicted fatal gunshot wound seem to be a major influence on the NFL."
To hear Dave's own special holiday mash-up, "Santa Quits," click HERE.
Dave's Gone By episodes are archived, free, on the web. They’re at www.davesgoneby.com. See an alphabetized list of all our previous guests – complete with hyperlinks to their episodes - online.
DAVE'S GONE BY offers talk, humor and music, from political commentary to sketch comedy, from theater reviews to interviews, from musical detours to straight-talking monologues. Guests have included Dr. Demento, Neil Sedaka, Christine Lavin, Judy Collins, Carol Channing, Peter Schickele, Jane Siberry, Tom Paxton, Wreckless Eric, Joe Franklin and Shecky Greene.
Since debuting Oct. 6, 2002, DAVE'S GONE BY has treated listeners to one of the most off-beat and engaging shows in radio. An award-winning playwright, Dave Lefkowitz is also founder and editor of TotalTheater.com, co-publisher of Performing Arts Insider (PerformingArtsInsider.com), producer of "Shalom, Dammit!", and monthly columnist for the Long Island Pulse.