Thursday, May 16th the St Augustine Tonight Show had awesome guests, film producer and author Ward Clayton, from Urban Asado Nick Carrera, journalist Jessica Clark, actor and playwright Lee Weaver giving us comic relief, and musical guests The Raisin Cake Orchestra. Catering provided by Sebastian Sikora of Dessert First Bistro.
This last Thursday the St Augustine Tonight Show with host Jorge Rivera was just fabulous, once again at Garrett Bros Home Decor with our guests, publicist Leigh Cort, photographer Lenny Foster, film makers Adam and Monique Madrid, and musical guests The Groov Band. Also a special guest cameo by Amy Hendrickson with her three months old baby Wyatt Oak Ingraham, and let us not forget the wonderful food by caterer Sherry Stoppelbein.
A beautiful St Augustine Tonight Show was taped at Garrett Bros Home Decor this last Thursday May 2nd. Our guests were artist and activist Wendy Tatter, general manager of the St Augustine Record, Mark Cox and musical guest Jory Lyle (with cellist Sam Shin). We also thank ABC Fine Wine & Spirits and Amici Fine Italian Cuisine.
What a show! Our guests on show #8 (4/25) were:
from Folio Weekly Georgio Valentino, from the Lincolnville Museum Regina Gayle Phillips, from the Nao Santa Maria Angel Rosa and Pablo Tejada, musical guest Jae Bass & Ghost Tropic and stand up comic Marcus Crespo. Many thanks to Cantina Louie for the delicious culinary delights.
Our guests of fabulous Show #7 were: comedian and story teller Derek Coghlan, sculptor Frosty Myers, singer Erika Quintero and musical guests Baba Caiman. This show was caterer by Salt Life Food Shack and the brew was supplied by Dog Rose Brewery, with thank them.
Wow! is the only word to describe show #6 from season 3.
With guest like Jim Stafford from Eclipse Recording Studios, Michael Lugo from Michael’s Tasting Room, stand up comic Daisy Tackett and musical guests The Duffy Bishop Band. Thanks to Tijuana Flats Tex-Mex and Ancient City Brewery.
This last show brought to our set Carol Lopez-Bradshaw from the Menorcan Cultural Society, German-American surrealist painter Susanne Schuenke, and musical guest Gilt. We give our thanks to St Augie’s Pizzeria and to Ancient City Brewery for the wonderful gifts of food and brew..
Great energy in show 4, with our guests, author and filmmaker Derek Hankerson, Flager College ACE Program Jorge Herrera, and our musical guest lead singer from Paco Lipps, Victoria Romero. Show was catered by La Herencia Cafe.
Another great show with our guests. Harold George from the “Pecha Kucha” events, James Bullock historian and re-enactor and musical guest, singer and song writer Dara Sweatt. The evening was made very special by the wines of the San Sebastian Winery, the ales of Old Coast Ales and the subs of Jersey Mike’s Subs.
Ron McCurdy performed “The Langston Hughes Project”, a multimedia concert performance of Langston Hughes’ kaleidoscopic jazz poem suite titled “Ask Your Mama: Twelve Moods for Jazz.” Hughes created the jazz poem, a creative masterwork left unperformed at his death, as homage in verse and music to the struggle for artistic and social freedom at home and abroad at the beginning of the 1960s.
Also a group of young musicians from R. J. Murray Middle School performed as a group ( directed by Josh Bond) some of their numbers and did a number with Ron McCurdy. The concert was performed at the Lewis Auditorium on March 1, 7pm.