Broadway to Main Street

Sundays at 3pm

BROADWAY TO MAIN STREET is devoted to music that began on the Broadway stage.  Each episode of “Broadway to Main Street”—will celebrate an important show or legendary songwriter or examine a historical or cultural movement.  The songs will be drawn from classic albums, rare recordings, and surprise interpretations, supplemented by host Laurence Maslon’s commentary, guest appearances, and news from Broadway.

“Every song we’ll play will have originated on Broadway, but in addition to the stars who made these songs famous, we’ll also hear from the great artists of film, popular recording, jazz, and the cabaret scene, and discover some of their majestic interpretations of this glorious music, in order to give our listeners a sense of how vast, how entertaining and how enlightening the American musical stage has been for over a century.  Whether our listeners have tuned in from their living room or their car radio or one of those new fangled mobile devices, they’re going to have the best seat in the house.”

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Start ravin' with the Bard of Stratford-on-Avon on his birthday. Songs from Kiss Me, Kate, West Side Story, Boys from Syracuse, and more. This Sunday at 3PM, live or streaming. Odd's bodkins!

A quintessential 1950s show for the tired businessman. Starring Tony Randall with a great score, covered by such talents as Tony Bennett, Johnny Mathis, and Rosemary Clooney. This Sunday at 3PM, live or streaming.

The magic of love's guitar is at the center of such beloved musicals as The Sound of Music, Evita, Show Boat, Man of La Mancha and many more. Strum along with us, this Sunday at 3PM, live or streaming.

A tribute to stageworthy foolishness, this re-broadcast of our "Top Bananas" program features Broadway's greatest clowns: Groucho Marx, Phil Silvers, Madeline Kahn, Bert Lahr, Nancy Walker, Nathan Lane, and many more. This Sunday at 3PM, live or streaming.

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