TAMPA, FLORIDA — The 150th episode of “Now Hear This Entertainment” was released this morning. The weekly show reached the milestone in grand fashion, with Mike Delguidice as the featured guest. The singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist plays guitar and sings background vocals on the Billy Joel tour that hits Orlando next month. And, Delguidice continues to front the Big Shot tribute band, which will perform at the Capitol Theatre in Clearwater in March.
“I’m so proud of hitting this milestone,” said Bruce Wawrzyniak, the host of the show. “To see where NHTE has come to is something I couldn’t have envisioned when the show was first launched back in February 2014.”
Recorded locally at Crystal Blue Sound Studios, the show has gotten listeners from 124 countries, spanning all five regions of the world (Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe, and Oceania) and has been delivered on-time, every week for close to three years now. In addition to Delguidice, notable guests have ranged from participants on “American Idol,” “The Voice,” and “America’s Got Talent,” to a Rock & Roll Hall of Famer, a Grammy Award winner, a Las Vegas headliner, and even the lead guitar player for Garth Brooks.
On Episode 150, Wawrzyniak is heard saying during the intro that having Delguidice as the featured guest is, “very fitting as we celebrate this occasion because he exemplifies what is possible. For those of you who listen to this show because you are a performer yourself and you have a dream to someday see it pay off in a way that you maybe sometimes think can only be in your head, this guest personifies where hard work, dedication, and paying your dues will get you.”
Delguidice also wrote “Ordinary Guy,” which is the theme song for the new CBS sitcom, “Kevin Can Wait,” starring actor/comedian Kevin James.
“Now Hear This Entertainment” can be heard (for free) on iTunes, Google Play Music, Stitcher Radio, SoundCloud, TuneIn Radio, and www.NHTE.net, among other platforms.
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