Halloween Excitement, Who You Gonna Call?

Episode 36 is all about gearing up for Halloween! A Spooky Evening with Marky Monday is coming up and Marky wants to give away tickets to the show as well as play some awesome Halloween music to get into the spirit of the times! Enjoy listening to Ghostbusters, Boogie Man, and Thriller while hearing stories from Marky and the gang.

A Spooky Evening

Episode 32 is all about Marky’s upcoming show “A Spooky Evening with Marky Monday” happening at the Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts on Saturday October 27, 2018. Marky also talks about his experience last weekend at NookFest and on Grandparents day. Marky plays the song “Wicked Old Witch” and “UFO Aliens.”

Newmarket Music Festival

Episode 28 is all about the Newmarket Music Festival happening at Riverwalk Commons in Newmarket August 24-26, 2018. Marky Monday features songs from artists who will be performing at the festival and talks about what you can expect when coming to this amazing event! For tickets and info visit www.newmarketmusicfestival.com

A Career In Music with Spencer LeVon

Episode 26 features Spencer LeVon talking about how he started his band Brother Levon by songwriting with Marky Monday. The two of them wrote a bunch of funk songs and released an album called "Shades of Funk." The show features two songs from the album "I've Got It Made" and "The Greatest Thing" Marky and Spencer also talk about what it's like to have a career in music. For more information on Brother Levon visit www.BrotherLevon.com

Interview with Giant Banana

Episode 19 features Marky Monday talking with Giant Banana. The two answer questions from listeners about Giant Banana's favourite things. They play Louis Prima's song "Yes we have no bananas" and introduce Giant Banana to a new character "Margarita The Banana" from Marky Monday's Adventures In Space, a new rock musical to be launched on September 21, 2019 at the Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts.

The Unpredictability of Live Performances

Episode 18 talks about an experience at a recent live performance at the Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts where a person in the audience fainted and an ambulance was called to the scene. Marky explains how to be dynamic and flexible in unpredictable situations. The episode features two songs from that night performed by Marky and Isabella Tomaso, Me To We and Be The Change.

How to create a Song

In episode 17 Marky Monday takes you from beginning to end in the songwriting/recording process in two of his songs: "Wicked Old Witch" and "Yes, No, Maybe." Marky talks about the importance of being able to save your ideas for times when you are ready to write a song. He also talks about how to record a song by yourself playing multiple instruments on a recording.