[12/9/20] Dear Evan Hansen – Stuart Brown of Sounds of Broadway joins Cindy and Christine of the Bottomless Broadway podcast to talk about Dear Evan Hansen, with some detours into a favorite bar, Stu’s radio station, and what it’s like to be a real critic! [Bottomless Broadway]
[12/5/20] Waterbury’s Palace Theater to Debut Podcasts – Broadway Buzz, sponsored by Webster Bank and hosted by Dr. Stuart Brown. will air its inaugural episode Dec. 8th. The first guest is Palace Theater CEO, Frank Tavera. Brown will lead Tavera in a discussion of the effects and impact of the Pandemic on the touring Broadway Industry overall and as it relates specifically to the Palace Theater in Waterbury and what the future holds. [Broadway Buzz]
[12/4/20] Podcast Interview – As a teenager, Stuart went into “The City” to watch a random Broadway show that a friend had a 2 for 1 ticket to. They get there only to find the show has been canceled, so they go next door and watch the original production of…”Grease!” Stuart’s life long love for musicals has began. [twinstalktheatre.podbean.com]
[11/20/20] Podcast Interview – Stuart Brown, creator of Sounds of Broadway, talks about the 24/7 online radio station and the state of theater in today’s world. [bwaymeetspolitics.com]
[11/12/20] Forget Alexa; “Sounds of Broadway” likely plays the theater song you wish to hear – How many stations will talk to a listener and say ‘Oh yeah, send me that,’” Stuart Brown wondered aloud. In fact, Brown had received e-mails before from the person who sent those files. And If you want to hear such songs, “Sounds of Broadway” will accommodate you. [theatricalmusings.com]
[11/11/20] Online Radio Station plays Theater Music 24/7 – If people listening to the online radio station “Sounds of Broadway” wanted to hear songs from 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, they were in luck. Although the legendary 1976 Broadway flop that ran for seven performances never boasted a cast album, one listener asked if he could send the station files of songs from the show. Someone had recorded them live. Station founder, host, programmer, and personality Stuart Brown said “yes,” and played the songs. [www.berkshirefinearts.com]
[10/30/20] Listen Up: Sounds of Broadway Plays Musical Theater 24/7 – Are you tired of asking Alexa to play “Broadway,” only to have your AI BFF respond with the limited catalog from Amazon’s Showtunes station? We love Hamilton, but other shows have made an impact over the last century. Enter Stuart Brown, a lifelong Broadway musical theater fan, who set out to do something about the dearth in on-air programming by starting a 24/7 online Broadway music radio station. [thebroadwayblog.com]
[11/1/20] Behind The Curtain: Broadway’s Living Legend – Stuart Brown speaks with fellow theater geeks, and hosts, Kevin David Thomas and Rob Schneider about Sounds of Broadway. [Behind the Curtain – Episode 232]
[9/12/20] Stuart Brown streams the ‘Sounds of Broadway’ for show-starved fans – With Broadway still dark due to COVID-19, many musical theater aficionados are desperate for a hearty helping of belters and ballads, Merman and Martin (Mary or Short). One of the easiest and best ways to satisfy a craving for musicals comes courtesy of a small studio nestled in the West Hartford, Connecticut home of Stuart Brown.
[4/16/20] Listen to the Sounds of Broadway – For Free! – One year ago, Stuart Brown a lifelong Broadway musical theater fan in the United States had an idea to start a 24/7 online Broadway music radio station. That dream became a reality with the launching of Sounds of Broadway. [theatrepeople.com.au]
[12/1/19] Rutgers Graduate Gives His Regards to Broadway – Stuart Brown, who has been playing musical theater tunes on the radio since his days as a WRSU deejay, recently launched an online Broadway music radio station. [rutgers.edu]
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