- published: 20 Nov 2016
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Rochester, NY WHAM 1180 radio show host Bob Lonsberry talks about Davy V.'s video in which he exposes the above the law and entitled mentality public and elected officials subscribe to in Rochester, NY. CLICK LINK BELOW to watch Davy V.'s video of Rochester, NY Mayor Lovely Warren's official SUV illegally parked in a clearly posted "NO STANDING ANYTIME" zone, as well as blocking a bus stop. Both violations the average citizen would be ticketed and possibly have their vehicle towed for. https://youtu.be/vPMXBDM5Puw Follow Davy V. on twitter https://twitter.com/davyvara "Like" and Follow Davy V. on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/davyvara
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Please Like and Subscribe. The Lucky Strike Program Starring Jack Benny. March 11, 1945. , AFRS rebroadcast. Don't miss the first gag, a "sneezing birdie." Jack recalls how he first met Rochester. Guests Freeman Gosden and Charles Correll appear as, "Amos 'n' Andy." This show aired 3/11/1945 Guests Freeman Gosden and Charles Correll appear as, "Amos 'n' Andy". Don't forget to Like and Subscribe. Leave a comment and tell me what you think.
Sorry for the potato quality, i was zoomed in as well as my phone kept running out of memory hence the hard cuts every 10 minutes or so.
This is the third release from MVT's project titled "Rochester Radio" Recorded on March 15th, 2014 at FLCC Studios. The concept of this project was to take great musicians, singers, and rappers from the Rochester area and compose original Hip-Hop and R&B music which connects with a large audience on both a social and intellectual level. Over the next several weeks, we'll be mixing and producing more of these videos and some videos from our instrumental project as well. You can catch all of these guest musicians and singers with us at our set at Jazz Fest 2014. We have two sets on june 23rd, from 7-8 and again from 9-10. It's a free show! Thanks so much everyone for all of the love and support. Recorded in one live take with no overdubs. Percussion - John Meeske Drums - Jamie Greene Bass ...
This episode tells the story, in flashback, of how Jack and Rochester met, when Rochester was driving a taxi for Amos and Andy's cab company. You can trace much of the course of race relations in the mid-20th century by watching the character of Rochester Van Jones, played masterfully by Eddie Anderson. When Anderson joined the show in 1937, much of the humor around Rochester was based on old racial stereotypes. By the time of this episode, and until the end of the TV series in 1965, the stereotypes were no longer referred to. While Rochester was still ostensibly Benny's valet, they were equals in every other way, and Rochester often got the better of Benny, of course. The show was pioneering in this regard, as it was very unusual to depict a person of color "talking back" to his boss...