Posted February 25, 2008
Beef Stew: Leavin' His Blues Behind
HARTFORD, CT - After 13 years, 634 weekly programs, 34,266
songs and 309 interviews, Beef Stew is bringing his Sunday
Night Blues radio program on The
Rock 106.9 WCCC to a close. His last show aired February 24th.
Posted January 15, 2008
Congratulations to Beef Stew
2008 KBA Recipient for Commercial Radio.
Memphis, TN –Twenty-one individuals and organizations will
be honored with The Blues Foundation's
2008 Keeping the
Blues Alive (KBA) Award during a recognition brunch at the Downtown Doubletree
Hotel Saturday, February 2, 2008, in Memphis Tennessee. Read more...
Exclusive Live Radio Performances
SUNDAY NIGHT BLUES with BEEF STEW, 106.9 WCCC
The recordings below are from guest performances, made at
various times over the years on my radio show. Each song brings
back a lot of great memories of the guest and the fun we had
in the 106.9 WCCC studios.
I hope you enjoy these exclusive, one-of-kind recordings, as much as I enjoyed making them. -Beef Stew 2009
Beef Stew Radio Productions
This is just a small random collection of
audio I produced for use on my radio show. There are also
three music tracks I produced for clients and a silly Christmas
piece that Beth and I put together a few years ago. -Beef
Posted October 31, 2009
Norton "Buff" Buffalo passes
9/28/51 - 10/30/2009
THE PRESS DEMOCRAT - Randi Rossman
"Norton Buffalo, a harmonica virtuoso and "musician's musician" who played with many of the biggest names in the music business, died Friday following a brief battle with lung cancer."
Photo from NORTON BUFFALO
Posted September 11, 2009
Sad news about Norton Buffalo...
My friend Norton Buffalo hit by lung cancer.
Norton Buffalo, has been a member of the Steve Miller Band
for over 34 years, played the harmonica solo on Bonnie Raitt's
hit version of Runaway, recorded sound tracks for Garfield
and Peanuts TV specials, played with a who's
who of famous musicians, appeared in movies including
The Rose with Bette Midler. Buff also performed alongside
Olivia Newton-John at Radio City Music Hall. Buffalo now faces
the greatest challenge of his life with lung cancer. Beth
and I are heart sick and are praying for a miracle.
Chico News story by Jaime
Photo from NORTON BUFFALO
Norton Buffalo explains the Runaway solo.
(courtesy of Beef Stew and 106.9 WCCC Hartford)
Posted June 15, 2009
Voice-Over Articles by Beef Stew
Stew's latest articles featured at VoiceOverXtra.com
Want Your Email Demo Attachments To Stand Out? Name 'Em Clearly!
Ten Point Action Plan To Manage Your Voice-Over Success.
Pacing Your Read: Fast, Medium Or Slow - How To Deliver On Time.
Featured at ActingMagazine.com
File Naming For Idiots, Voice Actors, Musicians and Artists.
Getting Started in Voice Overs: The Ultimate Beginners Guide
Chapter 1: What exactly are voice-overs?
Chapter 2: 5 Things You Must Have and Do to be Succesful in Voice Over
Chapter 3: 4 Things You Can Do Right Away
4: 3 More Things You Can Do Right Away
Contact Beef Stew: BeefStew@wccc.com
Posted October 18, 2008
Beef Stew was Sir Stew too
HARTFORD, CT - For 13 years Beef Stew was on Hartford's #1
Rock Station 106.9
WCCC. And for 12 years he was known as Sir Stew on
Radio also owned by Marlin Broadcasting. In fact, Stew
was one of the creators and principle on-air talents at the
station, which began broadcasting in June of 2000. Beethoven
Radio is heard in Hartford on WCCC AM1290 and offers a high quality, commercial free
stream at their web site www.beethoven.com.
Posted July 9, 2008
Beer Can Wind Spinners!
Wind Spinners, Whirly Gigs. Call'em what you
like. I've made hundreds. In my yard always on duty,
waiting for the slightest breeze to put them into action.