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Street Season 49
Sesame Street's 49th season
officially began Saturday November 17 on HBO. After you see the new episodes,
post here and let us know your thoughts.
Discussion in 'Feedback' started by Phillip, Jan 29, 2016.
It’s back to normal now though.
Looks like you skipped the Jerry Nelson tribute AGAIN this year. This is the third year in a row that you haven't done it. Now, you have a whole year from now to do some testing to make sure there's a tribute day next time.
I wasn't too mad at this, I understand that you haven't really been able to configure the tribute programming. But I feel some sort of lingering sadness especially with Stefan Karl's passing this week. (We Are Number One edits along with Nutshack and Bee Movie edits were among the few things to get me through my lonely, pathetic college term.)
Yes, we've missed having our Jerry Nelson and Jim Henson tributes since we moved to Radionomy from Live365. The good news is we've nearly overcome the technical challenges of broadcasting these special events.
We plan on having a Jim Henson radio tribute next month on September 24. If all goes well, these special events will continue regularly in the future.
So is the Jerry Nelson tribute no longer happening anymore?
If all goes well with our Jim Henson September 24 broadcast, our Jerry Nelson radio tribute will return as well.
But the Jerry tribute won't be happening until next year.
This song just came up in the radio: "The Teeny Beasties - What To Be For Halloween". What's it from? And can anyone give a Youtube link if available? I put it in Google and was met with insufficient results.
Here you go. It's courtesy of Sesame Studios' YouTube channel.
Thanks my man!
How about this?
Jérôme Naulais - Mah Na Mah Na
It just showed up in the station and I really wish it listed the albums the songs came from
That's an instrumental version of Mahna Mahna by the Philharmonic Wind Orchestra. It's from their Starlight album.
New songs have been added to Muppet Central Radio! This is what Phillip had to say yesterday.
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