sleepytime

Do you know who wrote and sings the Sleepytime Theme Song? Yes, kids, it's none other than Sleepytime family member Sharon Bousquet. Sharon BousquetSharon will be joining Grandpa D. for an hour of stories and songs live from KRUU Studios. Sharon Bousquet is a mother, songwriter, seminar leader, composer, performing musician, vocalist, private voice and beginning guitar teacher.

Born in Philadelphia and raised in Delaware, singer-songwriter Sharon Bousquet lives and works in Fairfield, IA where she is the lead vocalist and co-writer for All Souls on Deck, a 6-piece Indie-Acoustic band. Sharon is a composer of film scores with6 independent CD releases to her credit. She recently received composer credit. She received composer credit for scoring the film Vertical" which will have its premiere at the Sundance International Film Festival in Utah in January. All Souls on Deck is writing and recording material for the CD "Ricochet", with a projected release date in early 2014.

Did you see Steve Martin playing the banjo on TV recently? Well, Tuesday March 24 we'll present a live version of "Late For School," which he wrote, from his new album "The Crow."

We will also read some fun and funny poetry and hear from Patti Soderberg at the public library. A great way to chill out.

Children's stories, poetry and laid-back music from 7-8pm. - Grandpa D.

 

Join us for a very special Sleepytime with Grandpa D. First, we will have a visit from our youth Services Librarian Patti Soderberg, where we will read some fun Valentine's stories. During the second half hour, we will be playing David Bowie Narrates Prokofiev's "Peter and the Wolf". composed by Sergey Prokofiev, performed by Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy. If you never heard it, you are in for a treat

This Tuesday at 8pm, Dick DeAngelis and his son Mickey will introduce the Christmas story of five young cousins who stow away in the world’s most fabulous toy store on Christmas Eve to meet The Real Santa Claus! The broadcast will include an interview with the authors and Ravenna founders, J. J. McLean and Gail Sforza Krebs.

In the new story from Ravenna Writing Studios, five young cousins set out to have Fabulous Toys in New York City, a store known to children everywhere,
but never more popular than at Christmastime, and their not-to-be-missed
Santa’s Workshop (including Santa) -- all to themselves on Christmas Eve. What happens after the parents discover the children are missing – and how the cousins’ wish to meet Santa is granted – are the makings of a heart-warming classic.

Don't miss this Special Holiday Broadcast of One Christmas Eve in New York along with some fun and unique Holiday songs on Sleepytime.

If you have never experienced the soothing effects of listening to 'Sleepytime with Grandpa D', connect with your 'inner child" tonight while my son Mickey and I read children's bedtime stories and poetry for the first half hour. Stick around from 8:30 to 9pm for some sweet music (tonight Livingston Taylor, Paul McCartney, Todd Rundgren, Randy Newman and Billy Joel) as you snuggle close to someone you love. "There is no sweeter time of the week than that last half hour of Sleepytime" said one listener... OK, it was me. But it's still true!) - Dick DeAngelis

 

Whether you are a regular listener or tonight is your first night, don't miss Sleepytime with Grandpa D (and Mickey D).

We will feature two new books: "The Football Bully by Charles Hellman" (www.luckysports.net) and Joan Shaddox-Isom's "The First Starry Night" about a young fictional neighbor of Vincent Van Gogh.

Great music from Ritchie Valens, Stan Getz, Randy Newman, JT, Rachel Ries and many more.

 

We had some Italian stories (read in Italian and English) and great Italian music finshing with bocelli's"Nessum Dorma". Wow. Don't miss All Things Italian Festival this Friday night, June 1st , on the Fairfield Square.I'll see you there - Grandpa D

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