"The Marky Monday Show" is a weekly show for kids aged 3-10. Tune in to learn meanings of big words, how to clap different rhythms, solve math problems, and enjoy great musical entertainment! New episodes every Monday.
Episode 47 features Giles Collins, a professional musician who is co-founder of a band called Screamin’ Deal. Giles talks with Marky about playing drums with an orchestra, obtaining royalties from radio play in other countries, and shares some interesting stories. 4 songs are played from Screamin’ Deal’s new album Neato Mosquito.
More info on Screamin’ Deal:
www.screamindealband.ca OFFICIAL WEBSITE
Episode 46 features children’s performer Carl Stedmond talking about his new album “The Greatest Me.” Carl had a spiritual awakening one night in his bathroom which led him on a path to bringing love into the world through songs. Join Carl and Marky as they talk about where the inspiration for writing music comes from and much more! Carl’s album can be found on his website at www.carlstedmond.ca
Marky Monday shares his favourite Christmas songs, fond memories, and gratitude on this special day! Enjoy this Christmas Special, it’s perfect for the whole family!!
Episode 45 features Matt Heaton, a rock a billy children’s performer from Boston. Matt has a new Christmas album called Snow Day. We play songs from the album and talk about Christmas and reminisce about winter childhood memories. To hear more of Matt Heaton’s music visit his website at www.mattheatonmusic.com
Episode 44 features musical entertainer Hopalong Andrew from New York City. Andrew discusses with Marky Mondy how he came to write Country songs about the city. They also talk about what it means to be Canadian and American, and also play three songs from Andrew’s new album. For more information and to purchase Andrew’s new album click here.
Episode 43 features David Teoh, a 17 year old voice over student from Ovation Performing Arts Academy. David has recently been given the lead role in the play “Guys and Dolls.” David shares with the audience how he gets into character for being on stage. During the episode one of the studio audience members gets kicked out, listen to find out who!
Episode 42 features Jacob Chung joined by the live Ovation studio audience. Jacob talks about how he was spit on by one of the audience members prior to the beginning of the show. We play lots of games and have tonnes of fun!
Episode 41 features Sam Clements, a professional actor from Ovation Performing Arts Academy. Sam and Marky discuss what it’s like to go to an audition and the kinds of roles Sam has been casted in. They also discuss favourite movies and interact with the live studio audience.
Episode 40 features Alissa Mauti, a high school student who tells us a story about how her bus driver got into a collision with a car on their way to the science centre. The live studio audience gets kicked out of the studio for misbehaving, and we talk about our favourite superheroes.
Episode 39 features Kyle Raudanskis who decides to tell us that he wants to be an actor for a living because of all the money and fame. His hopes are shattered by the studio audience as we have a lot of fun with him talking about favourite movies and the like. We play Queen “Bohemian Rhapsody” and by request, the Marky Monday Theme Song.
Episode 38 features guest star Arsham Romas of the Ovation voice over class. This ridiculously funny episode consists of the live studio audience poking fun and asking weird on the spot questions. Arsham plays a game called: “Guess my favourite movie” where Arsham tries to guess his own favourite movie of all time that he listed on a piece of paper two weeks prior to broadcast. We play the song Thriller by Michael Jackson and UFO Aliens by Marky Monday.
Episode 37 features guest star Luca Berardi, a voice over student at Ovation Performing Arts Academy in Richmond Hill. This is part 1 of a 7 part series. Luca talks with Marky in front of a live studio audience about what it’s like to be him, his hobbies, likes and dislikes. Luca is put on the spot by Margarita the Banana who takes a liking to Luca. We play the song Lucid Dreams by Juice Wrld and Big Words by Marky Monday.
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.
Episode 35 is all about giving thanks for what we have. Marky talks with Giant Banana, Margarita Banana, and Ridonkulous the Ridiculous about what they are thankful for and play music all about thanksgiving and being thankful.
Episode 34 is all about dinosaurs! Enjoy the introduction to the new character Ridonkulous the Ridiculous Dinosaur that knows calculus. During this episode Marky Monday talks with Giant Banana and Ridonkulous about the new rock musical Marky Monday’s Adventures In Space and plays songs about dinosaurs.
In episode 33 Marky talks about his experience at Ontario Contact in St. Catherine’s this past week. There were lots of great performers, showcases, and pitches. Marky plays a few of his favourite artists from the weekend on the program such as The Love Boats with Rock n’ Roll Music and virtuoso accordion player Michael Bridge.
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.”
Episode 31 is all about Marky's favourite foods. Guest starring Giant Banana, the two discuss mom's best meals, childhood memories of food, and play food related songs like "Yes we have no bananas" and "Hungry hungry hippos."
Episode 30 is all about magical unicorns! Do they really exist? What are some facts about unicorns? Marky Monday talks about all this and more. Songs on this episode include "Magical Unicorn" by Marky Monday, "The Unicorn Song" by The Irish Rovers, and "The Unicorn Song" by Blippi.