WCQ139 The Joans

Hosts: Peter Mavrik & Amy Matheny

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Guests: Peter crashes a rehearsal of the Chicago phenomenon known as The Joans, who bring the memory of "the greatest actress ever" to life in music and words. They are part song, part act, and totally entertaining. Check them out on the web at or visit their Myspace page.

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Todd Carpenter: During this podcast when Peter and Amy are talking about the musical group THE JOANS Amy quotes SUPERGIRL {Now I am really UPSET) as if Joan Crawford was in Supergirl, instead of Dunaway. Made me laugh because it just shows how effective Dunaway's performance was that to some people the two actresses have fused into one strange unholy alliance.


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