There is one certainty when hosting an unscripted and live TV show–you simply never know nor can you predict where the show is going to go or what the guests are going to say. The 2 p.m. That’s So Vegas! show at WCOBM.COM on Wednesday, August 5, was a delightful example of how a show can and will take on its own identity.
What started as a “Vintage Vegas Music” themed hour took wings with spiritual channeling (Marc Love), then carried on to Jeanne Brei’s interesting philosophy on how music responds to, and affects, target chakras in our bodies.
Legendary sax player, Don Hill, shared anecdotes about his glory days with the Treniers, Louis Armstrong, Dean Martin and the gang.
Watch for yourself how the show develops in the links below. And remember, you saw it first on my streaming internet TV talk show–That’s So Vegas!
Segment 1: Marc Love Chemerys Marc Love Chemerys discusses channeling and how all roads lead to Las Vegas.
Segment 2: Marc Love Chemerys 2 Backed by a nine piece band, Mark brings the vintage back to Vegas.
Segment 3: Jeannie Brei & The Speakeasy Swingers Jeannie Brei of the Speakeasy Swingers explores “music chakras” in the human body.
Segment 4: Don Hill of the Treniers & Jazzin Jeanne Don Hill, formerly of the Treniers, is 93-years-young and still “saxy” as ever. And does he have some stories to tell!