Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Video #5 Aaaaaand We've Been Animated!

Courtesy of Scurvyann.....The DJAngieC Radio ProgRUM gets anothah tribute video! keep 'em coming! Enjoy!

Thanks Linda Bean!!!

Monday, January 25, 2010

Video #4 It Just KEEPS getting BETTER! We've been covered by PUPPETS! CUTE PUPPETS!

This one just popped up! Cute and adorable Hero and Steve sing the "DJ Angie C Radio Progrum" theme song!

I am doubled over in pain crying. That's how hard I am laughing at this. Hero and Steve, you can here "the PROGRUM" for FREE on


Video #3 Another tribute video for my "Angie C Radio Progrum" theme song!

This one comes from the slightly tipsy but very handsome couple Gary Kordan and Justine Ungaro. They are joined by their pal Stephanie, who I don't *think* I know personally, (the video is very dark), but they all have fantastic singing voices and really need to take this show on the road. (Their tribute has an intentional Long Island accent...a nice twist on the Bostonian original) enjoy:

Word on the street is that there are hip hop and heavy metal versions in the works. Keep 'em coming people! Let's Viral 2010!!!

Saturday, January 23, 2010

Video #2 I told ya it was catchy

Angie C's Radio Progrum (a cover of the Theme Song) from Shane Nickerson on Vimeo.

I adore Shane Nickerson. It is an honor. One of the greatest people to follow on twitter. @shanenickerson

Kay Hanley writes the catchiest hooks on the planet.

Friday, January 22, 2010

Video #1 I'm getting my own theme song!!!!

What started out as a rainy day working indoors with one of my best pals (Kay Hanley), turned into the odyssey known as "The Angie C Radio Progrum". Here's how it all began...

As you may have surmised, Kay decided it would be a GREAT idea to write me a theme song, based on my errands of the day. I had to put a scratch ticket in the mail back to my 'Mothah and Fathah' after the xmas-gift-scratch-ticket turned out to be a winnah. After further pontification on the lovely Boston accent we call our own, a catchy hook and a hilarious premise was born.

This is only the beginning.

The video was edited by 10 year old director-phenom Zoe Mabel. She's only, like, the next Martin Scorsese.

The finished song will be heard as my opener, weekdays from 1pm to 3pm PST on HOUNDSTOOTH RADIO

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Thursday, January 14, 2010

Well Look at THAT!

I can now call myself a "guest children's book reviewer"
who knew? LOL