Featuring in this week’s show with have Bring him home from Les Miserables, Gee Officer Krupkee from West Side Story and The Nicest Kids in Town from Hairspray. We also feature two new musicals; the 1955 ‘Mame’ and ‘Annie get your gun’. As always we have the regular guess the musical and also the lyrics quiz – all in the Musical Show on Wilson Waffling Radio
In this week’s show we feature songs from The Little Shop of Horrors, Aida the Musical and Dreamcoats and Petticoats. I get to indulge myself in the song request segment of the show with a song from Wicked and we have a song from the Arthur Freed and Nacio Herb Brown musical. As always, we have the lyricsand Clues to the Musicals quizzes.
In this week’s show we feature songs from Grease, My Fair Lady and Les Miserables. After being distracted by Show Boat on the television, we play that wonderful song simple titles ‘Bill’ and the song request this week comes from Phantom of the Opera. As always, we have the lyrics competition which the listeners on Facebook did much better with than the people on Twitter and the Clues to the Musical yet again, proved to be difficult – but not impossible.
I was initially concerned that this show had too much Disney in but looking back I think I managed to get away with it. As well as some Disney classics we also featured songs from Chicago, The Sound of Music and Phantom. We tried to guess the song and musical in the lyrics game and baffled everyone with the clues to the musical quiz. Ex Strictly Come Dancing judge Arlene Philips gets a mention and the song request is from the musical – “We will rock you”. Come and have a sing a long – with the musical show, on Wilson Waffling Radio.
In this show we enjoy the music from Blood Brothers, Cats and Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. The song requests are from musicals which I have never heard of, let alone seen, but both were great choices and we discuss whether we can play operas and operettas on the musical show. Coupled with the regular features of the lyrics game and clues to the musicals, it a show that you will certainly be singing along to!
This week’s Musical Show features songs from Wicked, The Rocky Horror Picture Show and Moulin Rouge. There are also the regular segments of the show, the lyrics quiz and the Clues to the musical – this week it is really difficult and not for the faint hearted! We also discussed how many musicals were based purely on a band/groups music – for example Mamama Mia being purely ABBA music – can you think of any more? Add them in the comments below or tweet them to the studio @wafflingradio or post them on the Facebook Page.