We’re heading to the island of Martha’s Vineyard for a special live show featuring the original cast – together again: Carolyn, Arnie, Paula, Tony, Francine and Barry. Late afternoon at the Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center. The perfect way to punctuate a wonderful summer beach day – let the fun and laughs continue with friends and […]
THIS WEEK ON SAYS YOU! What’s the difference between plunge and plummet? That answer and more on this week’s edition of Says You! with guest host Dave Zobel We’re joined by local-punsters Helen Chickering and John Boyle Music by Free Planet Radio
Hey there! You might have noticed that the Says You! archive hosted on ZenCart has been down for about a week. We’ve been working day and night to get a new, easy to use, organized, and current version of the archive going. The new archive will be integrated into the Says You! store with our most […]
Happy Father’s Day from the team at Says You! If you’re in Nashville don’t forget to join us at TPAC for a special Father’s Day show starting at 2:00 PM. Tickets available online or at the door until the show begins.
So, you just remembered it’s Fathers Day this Sunday — we can help with that! No gifting wrapping necessary, but lots of lingual fun and laughter at no extra charge. Bring or send dad to a live show of public radio’s Says You! this Sunday at TPAC – where street parking is FREE on Sundays. See y’all […]
This Thursday we’re playing our first show in Asheville, NC! We’re joined by some local wordsmiths and musical group Free Planet Radio. Who’s first Says You! taping is this?
Earlier this week we received a letter that really pulled at our heartstrings. Marcia sent a great submission and shared what Says You! has meant to her: Thanks for writing Marcia. See you in Nashville on Father’s Day.
There are a very limited number of seats to see Says You! live in Asheville! Head to our ticket page for details!
Before you meet us in Nashville or Asheville, revisit our first trip to the Volunteer state with a Says You! throwback. Richard Sher pits stereo right vs. left from the James K. Polk Theater at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center. [iframe style=”border:none” src=”//html5-player.libsyn.com/embed/episode/id/6552935/height/100/width/480/thumbnail/yes/render-playlist/no/theme/custom/tdest_id/520092/custom-color/9c1212″ height=”100″ width=”100%” scrolling=”no” allowfullscreen webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen oallowfullscreen msallowfullscreen]
As poetry month comes to a close we leave you with the words of our resident poet Arnie Reisman. A Poet Awakened by Elephants A flash of memory, a bolt of melody Emily Dickinson slept between them Scraps of paper and a pencil beside her Soon to turn into the sheet music of her soul […]