A cover shot of the basic TV studio stage-set layout. Notice the image on the TV screen. It's a bird nest in a flowering tree.
All remaining episodes displayed The Tree itself in which the actual "enchanted" Green Tree Fort sat, if you can believe that...
(NOTE: As with all his video productions, these shows used an all volunteer crew on a shoe-string budget!)
( Photo by Lucy Ann Visovatti )
HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE FIVE EPISODES PRODUCED
2009 thru 2010
"Rubber bands and Origami"
ANN ARBOR COMMUNITY RADIO
INTERVIEW with Mister Laurence on THE LUCY ANN LANCE SHOW 1290 WLBY October 3rd 2009
The Lucy Ann Lance Show Part 1.mp3
The Lucy Ann Lance Show Part 2.mp3
Mister Laurence's WCBN Radio Plug.mp3
THE MISTER LAURENCE KIDDIE ROCK RADIO SHOW
During his show, Mister Laurence focused exclusively on vintage 78 rpm kiddie records, picture discs, cardboard
cut-outs, and multi-colored vinyl 45rpms. He took you down memory lane with records dating as
far back as the 1940s! In addition to vintage vinyl, he also showcased
wild modern kiddie performers including Royal Oak's all mom punk band
for kids THE CANDY BAND. Great fun! He even spun his own CD's on the
radio, although technically he wasn't supposed to (tee hee tee hee)
was said there was nothing more entertaining than to hear Mister Laurence
spout off in Pure Gibberish as he tried to explain the meaning
behind each record played, cuing up the tracks like a pro,
skimming through the rough pitted popcorn terrain of ancient colored
Here were a few of his favorite records: Said the Harpsichord to the Piano, The Tune That Ran Away, Bozo Under the Sea, Peter and the Wolf, A Child's Introduction to Jazz, Paper Family, The Lonesome House, Woodie Wood Pecker and His Talent Show, Carbon the Copy Cat, Alice in Wonderland's Mad Tea Party, Nellie the Elephant, and The Milk's Journey— to name but a few. Mister Laurence has since shied away from radio and focuses on community television these days.
DJ Sean Westergaard and Mister Laurence are seen here below, sharing a big laugh between songs, back in 2004. Take a gander at those picture discs laying about on the turntable counter. NOTE: Mister Laurence later hooked up with the station's official kid's show KIDS ON STRIKE! airing 9:00 am to 10:00am, every Saturday morning. "Tons of Fun", said Mister Laurence, "but in 2010 I had to bow out due to my own busy music schedule!"