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A DIY late night variety show featuring comedy, interviews, live music, guest DJ sets, the occasional phone call, and, of course, weekly music sets spun by your host, Pat Byrne.

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Options July 11, 2015: Prove It All Night LIVE! With Doogie Horner, Ana Fabrega, Music from Wax Darts and DJ Primitive Sound System! (LIVE VIDEO!)

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Live in Monty Hall June 26th 2015 featuring comedy from Ana Fabrega and Doogie Horner. Musical guest Wax Darts ....

Artist Track Album Comments
The Tuxedos  Monkey Beat   Options    
Fred Flintstone and His Bedrock Beaters  Stone Age Rock   Options    
The Three Suns  Volcano   Options    
The Nite Sounds  Cheese Cake   Options    
Al Caiola His Guitar and Rhythm  Mambo Jambo   Options    
The Five Counts  Watermelon Walk   Options    
Harry Revel  Moon Moods   Options    
Adolphus Bell And The Up Starts  Lafin Gas   Options    
Link Wray and the Wraymen  Raw-Hide   Options    
Joe Simon  The Whoo Pee   Options    
Martini’s  Hung Over   Options    
Scat Man Crothers  Golly Zonk! (It's Scat Man)   Options    
The Banana Splits  Doin' the Banana Split   Options    
Opening Raptor Announcements       
Prove It All Night!       
Dee Dee Brings a Pizza       
Prove It All Night!       
JJ The Prove It All Night Janitor       
Doogie Horner      http://www.doogiehorner.com/ 
Doogie Horner Interview       
The Return of The Jerkettes       
Prove It All Night!       
Hamster Dan and his Amazing Aerial Hamsters       
Tommy Two Hooks and Tommy Tiddlar       
Prove It All Night!       
Ana Fabrega      http://analuciafabrega.tumblr.com/ 
Ana Fabrega Interview       
Prove It All Night!       
Neil Breaksdown       
The Jerkettes Return... again!       
Prove It All Night!       
Intermission Intro by a Raptor       
INTERMISSION - PRIMITIVE SOUND SYSTEM!      http://primitivesoundsystem.blogspot.com/ 
Jim Nastic & Soul Vendors  Chanting Version   Options    
The Heptones  Sweat Version   Options    
Soul Vendors & Sugar  Vanity Version   Options    
Jah Thomas & The Midnight Crew  Peace Dub   Options    
I Roy  Drum & Bass   Options    
Prove It All Night!       
Wax Darts  Smile   Options LIVE on Prove It All Night!  https://waxdarts.bandcamp.com/ 
Wax Darts    LIVE on Prove It All Night!   
Wax Darts    LIVE on Prove It All Night!   
Wax Darts    LIVE on Prove It All Night!   
Wax Darts  Devomagnon   Options LIVE on Prove It All Night!   
Wax Darts    LIVE on Prove It All Night!   
Wax Darts Interview    LIVE on Prove It All Night!   
Prove It All Night!       
Jimmy and The Ferris Wheels       
Jimmy and The Ferris Wheels Finale with The Jerkettes       
Prove It All Night!       
Sunshine & The Rain  Prove It All Night Closing Theme   Options    
Prove It All Night!      Prove It All Night! was written by:

Tabitha Vidaurri, Dan McNamara, Nick Fierro, Greg Needham, Pete Zuorick, Stephanie Bencin, and Pat Byrne.

Our Tech Director is: “The Mighty” Ruth Hayduk, Our Stage Manager is Paul Bruno, Our Producer is: Kevin “Banned in JC” Bannon.

Our Engineers are: Serge Z, Mike Sperone, and Will Tavlin. And special thanks to Glenn Luttman.
Our camera person is: Dan Rumain

The All-Nite-Tears are: Chris Aiello, Sean Lango, Jonathan Lango, and music director Mark Stewart.

Huge thanks to:
Ken Freedman, Scott Williams, Liz Berg, Brian Turner, Jeff Moore, Kevin Bannon, Paul Bruno, Mike Noble, Tony B, Talia Fried, David Torres, DJ Pat Longo, Jim Basil, Leonie O'Moore, Madonna Marie Refugia, Mindy Tucker, C & J Costumes in New Providence, NJ. and Another Man’s Treasure in Jersey City.
Boris Gardnier Happening  Ghetto Funk   Options    
Eight Miles High  8 Miles High   Options    
Bobby Byrd  I Need Help (I Can’t Do It Alone)   Options    
Jodi Gales  You Gotta Push   Options    
Carol Jones  Don't Destroy Me   Options    
Marlena Shaw  California Soul   Options    
Nina Simone  Save Me   Options    
George Semper Rhythm Committee  It's Your Thing   Options    
Honey Ltd  Louie Louie   Options    
Ohio Express  Roll Up   Options    

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Listener comments!

  9:03pm Listener Robert:

Are you going to have a video feed from the studio at the end again?
  9:04pm Listener Robert:

If so, I encourage listeners to watch, because it shows some interesting technical things about how studio DJing is done -- rather different from live event DJing.
  9:08pm Listener Robert:

For instance, you may have wondered how they get the start of a cut off an LP to start with such good timing, without either a needle drop or a wow.
  9:19pm Listener Robert:

Gee, I guess everyone's waiting w baited breath, so I'll explain what I saw last time. It's almost like a magic trick:

There are 2 turntables. The record is screw-clamped via a cap to the spindle of 1, so no slippage is possible. The turntables have an electrically-engaged clutch xmission. With it in neutral, Mr. Byrne manually positions the needle to the desired point as he listens. Then when he wants to, he switches the audio output to that needle & engages the clutch at the desired speed. Meanwhile he has the other turntable to do the same on, so no waiting. Meanshile he's also getting advice from someone whose name I forgot as to selection. Of course one or the other of them must also work in the Accu-Play listing, and someone has to mind Jub Jub, the dog.
Avatar 9:20pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...lovin' the Harry Revel - & all these other hairy revelations...
  9:28pm Listener Robert:

The Accu-Play is itself something of a wonder, credited to Kenzo DB. It operates on the same principle as blogging software, in that in its normal mode a local file is generated, appended to whatever's already up, & re-uploaded sequentially. However, the DJ can also edit already-existing lines in the table to upload. These go into the left frame. You don't get to see the product as HTML, because it's script-based.
  9:30pm Listener Robert:

With the scripting comes auto-refresh, simultaneously the boon & the bane of the playlist reader.
  9:32pm Listener Robert:

I hope we're going to find out whether the Wax Darts have any relationship to the Tuff Darts.
  9:44pm JakeGould:

@ListenerRobert: How do lightbulbs work?
  9:48pm Listener Robert:

They work better than tonight's running gag, that's how.
  9:50pm JakeGould:

Avatar 9:53pm Pat Byrne:

Point taken.
  10:03pm JakeGould:

Is this live as in right now live or recorded live?
Avatar 10:04pm Pat Byrne:

  10:05pm Listener Robert:

Mr. Byrne, I do have to admit I LOL at the "35" from backstage.
Avatar 10:07pm Pat Byrne:

Glad to hear it, LR!
  10:14pm JakeGould:

I like this guy with two hooks on his arms.
  10:15pm JakeGould:

And I like this sketch. For reals.
  10:23pm JakeGould:

“Really more of a bee hoarder than a bee keeper…” FUNNY!
  10:30pm Listener Robert:

We all torture the ones we love.
  10:34pm JakeGould:

Ana made me laugh. So thumbs up for that!
  10:41pm ?:

Ana Fabrega's set was insane and brilliant. I don't really know what was going on, but I really liked it.
Avatar 10:42pm Pat Byrne:

  11:21pm JakeGould:

Wax Darts: waxdarts.bandcamp.com
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:22pm Ken From Hyde Park:

I am home now. Is WFMU TV on the air for much longer?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:26pm Layet Johnson:

who dat band dat just played?
  11:31pm Listener Robert:

Yay! I liked best the annr. repairman gag. It reminds me of a bit I did like it in Theater Arts class in 7th or 8th grade, but yours was better.
  11:32pm Cooh John:

I like to stick it all night with PB.
Avatar 11:39pm Pat Byrne:

Thanks Cooh! And thanks everybody!
  11:43pm Listener Robert:

Come to think of it, a lot of really big stuff in entertainment has its genesis in DIY. A play I was in ~50 yrs. ago, written by an upperclassman, "The Best Life", used the gimmick that would later wow 'em in "Saw".
  11:47pm Listener Robert:

And if you've seen the YouTube of the school players cracking into the orchestra pit in Indiana, know that when I was getting ready to do a run-thru of my aforementioned stand-up bit, a classmate whose turn was before mine got too close to the edge, and it hinged over & vaulted him over the orchestra pit into the 2nd row.
  11:47pm JakeGould:

@ListenerRobert: Every form of art has come from DIY which then is “industrialized” by a larger industry. Ever really think how superficially ridiculous basic recording of audio/video is but what piles of nonsense surround it when major companies created industries around those basic things?
  11:50pm Listener Robert:

Yes, JG, even if I never thought about that before, I could stand to be reminded of it.

Then there was my friend David Lindelof (father of "Lost" show runner Damon), long before I knew him, while a college student, used the concept that just a few yrs. later would be used by Mel Brooks as "Springtime for Hitler".
  11:55pm JakeGould:

@ListenerRobert: FWIW, the reason many TV shows and other places have a “no submissions” policy is partially to avoid the deluge of submissions, but from a legal standpoint if someone submits an idea to a show that is similar to an idea they execute on the show in some way, the person who submitted the work can claim payment, royalties or damages. FunFact™!
  11:58pm Cooh John:

  11:58pm Listener Robert:

Actually I know a bit about the law on such things. It's the reason why companies that DO accept submissions for inventions, etc., in many cases have you sign a waiver of your rights. That's supposedly how Bill Gates got his foot in the door: a competitor looked at that form from IBM, took it seriously, and decided not to submit. Bill Gates trusted them enough to sign his rights away, in effect.
  12:00am Listener Robert:

Yay again, Mr. Byrne.
  12:01am JakeGould:

Signing a waiver and then submitting is different from an unsolicited submission.
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