Difference between revisions of "The Juke Box Puppet Band"

From Rocklopedia Fakebandica
Jump to: navigation, search
 
Line 7: Line 7:
 
*Rex Boy, guitar (Craig Marin)
 
*Rex Boy, guitar (Craig Marin)
 
*Grace the Bass, bass (Peter Baird/Ken Miele)
 
*Grace the Bass, bass (Peter Baird/Ken Miele)
*J.J. Silvers (Craig Marin)
+
*J.J. Silvers on occasion (Craig Marin)
  
 
Somehow the show also featured [[:Category:The Beatles|Beatle]] Ringo Starr and foul-mouthed comedian [[:Category:George Carlin|George Carlin]] taking stints as Mr. Conductor.
 
Somehow the show also featured [[:Category:The Beatles|Beatle]] Ringo Starr and foul-mouthed comedian [[:Category:George Carlin|George Carlin]] taking stints as Mr. Conductor.
Line 18: Line 18:
 
{{#ev:youtube|x8oD9Oc1tPw}}
 
{{#ev:youtube|x8oD9Oc1tPw}}
 
[[Category:1989|Juke Box Puppet Band]]
 
[[Category:1989|Juke Box Puppet Band]]
[[Category:Kids television series|Juke Box Puppet Band]]
+
[[Category:Television series|Juke Box Puppet Band]]
 
[[Category:Fictional nonhumans|Juke Box Puppet Band]]
 
[[Category:Fictional nonhumans|Juke Box Puppet Band]]

Latest revision as of 08:43, 18 June 2019

Juke Box Puppet Band Shining Time Station.png
AKA The Jukebox Band, they were the house band of puppets that lived inside a jukebox and played when people put money in on the children's tv series Shining Time Station (1989 to 1993). The puppets were created by the Flexitoon company, which was Craig and Olga Marin.

Lineup:

  • Tito Swing, piano, leader (Olga Marin)
  • Didi Conn, drums, vocals (Jonathan Freeman)
  • Tex Boy, guitar (Alan Semok)
  • Rex Boy, guitar (Craig Marin)
  • Grace the Bass, bass (Peter Baird/Ken Miele)
  • J.J. Silvers on occasion (Craig Marin)

Somehow the show also featured Beatle Ringo Starr and foul-mouthed comedian George Carlin taking stints as Mr. Conductor.

External Links