Posts Tagged ‘the Muppets’

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I LOVE The Muppets!

October 2, 2020

With a Little Help from My Friends

I’ve always loved The Muppets and for many years I’ve been inspired by Jim Henson. Hard to believe that he’s been gone for 30 years. I am so happy that the Muppets have continued in different ways for so long. And, here they are on the Late Show with James Corden.

Although James Corden, Reggie Watts and The Late Show Band The Muppets couldn’t be together in a studio, the group came together on video chat to sing The Beatles classic “With a Little Help from My Friends.” Sing along with Kermit, Fozzie, Miss Piggy, Swedish Chef, Animal, Gonzo and so many more.

Looking for silver linings? I suggest that you watch this (and sing at the top of your voice) today or tomorrow – at the end of another week during a pandemic. I promise you’ll be moving by the end of it! Afterwards call a friend.

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The Muppet Guys

May 16, 2020

Honoring Jim Henson

Whether you’re old enough to remember Jim Henson hopefully you know his legacy of The Muppets  you are old enough to remember Jim Henson. Jim’s been gone for 30 years on May 16 and his colleagues, The Muppet Guys: Brill, Dave Goelz, Bill Barretta and Frank Oz are going to do a livestream Q&A session in honor of Jim Henson on Saturday, TODAY, May 16, 2020, 4:00 p.m.. They will be sharing insights and memories of Jim. This opportunity is FREE with hopes that this gathering will lift spirits. Everyone is invited! In order to participate you will need to REGISTER. They will include a way to donate to a Covid-related cause which supports the frontline workers battling the virus.

REGISTER!

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Ringing of the Bells

December 31, 2019

Muppisode

I think it’s only appropriate that I include for the final blog of holiday posts and the last post of the decade and 2019 – Animal, Beaker and The Swedish Chef’s rendition of “Ringing of the Bells’ for your enjoyment. I hope your holidays have been filled with kindness and as the Muppets always remind me – LAUGHTER!

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