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October 29, 2008 at 2:00 PM

Jimmy Jazzoid Goes to Hell: and I’m going with him

What are you doing this evening at 8 p.m.? Why not tune into 88.5 and listen as my Food for Thought radio sidekick Dick Stein stars as DJ detective Jimmy Jazzoid in this year’s episode of “Jimmy Jazzoid Goes to Hell.” Yes, folks, it’s time for another exciting live-radio broadcast from the subterranean stage at MOHAI (sorry live-theater fans, the show’s sold-out). Keep your ears open for my bit parts and be prepared to laugh yourself silly as Stein and a cast of kooky KPLU characters take you back to that old-timey-radio-show of yesteryear, performing with the evil Kangola Bangwacket (Katherine Banwell), that deep-throated announceer Michael (no relation) Stein and musical accompaniment from the Fabulous Fenderskirts whose lead singer is non other than — gasp! — Seattle’s own restaurateur-chanteuse, Dianne Trani. (You may know her as the wife of Mr. Mambo Italiano himself, Gaspare Trani.) Too busy tonight? You can catch the show when it’s rebroadcast Friday October 31 at 9 p.m. or listen in on your own time later via the KPLU website. Thanks! You’ve been a wonderful audience! Now I’m headed off to “break a leg.”

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