In a month full of anxiety and uncertainty about elections and how to go about our lives with Coronavirus becoming a greater threat again, “Un-Block The Music” is excited to tell you that there will be relief from stress with a new episode of From Bullets To Broadway, The Anatomy of a Broadway Muscial, featuring Emergency The Musical. The show will air Saturday at noon Eastern time on WFYL 1180AM radio. Show host Sgt. Dan McCaughan will focus on a brand-new song, “Last Shot.”
What “Un-Block The Music” has learned from Dr. Jeff and Jacob Foy is that the process of getting a show to the stage is an evolutionary one. We have learned that the villainous character Kyle did not exist in the first draft of the show, but by the time Emergency hit the stage in New York, he was a main character. Sgt. Dan will be the first to play “Last Shot” which really reveals Kyle’s character in all his glory…mmmmm. The song was not in the New York presentation, so I am really excited to hear it.
And, lucky for “Un-Block The Music”, after the broadcast I will get the opportunity to talk further with special guest Keith White. He played Kyle onstage and continued to play the role in the ZOOM reading the Emergency team put together during quarantine. Keith is no stranger to the New York Stage. He played “Slick” in the Broadway adaption of The Bronx Tale. Can’t wait to ask him how he portrays each villain differently and how he keeps his role fresh every night. Stay tuned for “Un-Block The Music’s” expanded story on Monday!!!!
If you have missed any of the past episodes of From Bullets To Broadway, it’s not too late to hear them. Go to https://www.1180wfyl.com/ and hit “podcasts.” Also, to listen to other songs from Emergency, go to: https://www.emergencymusical.com/the-music.
To find all of “Un-Block The Music” stories about the Foys, Emergency & From Bullets To Broadway, write “Emergency” in the search bar. Also, if you have any further questions about the show or for the Foys, you can email them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org, or right to Sgt. Dan at email@example.com. If he reads your question on the air, you will receive an Emergency t-shirt. Yay!!