Jerry Day Productions' Emmy Award
Here are the particulars: It's an L.A. Area Emmy (not a National Prime Time or Daytime Emmy).The Emmy is for our four half-hour series called STREET MUSIC LOS ANGELES aired on KDOC TV in January of 2002, Jerry Day, Host/Producer. We won in the category of INFORMATION / PUBLIC AFFAIRS SERIES (more than 50% remote). Because I was too brain-jarred at the awards to give a tight, crispy thank-you speech, a more full and accurate account of those who contributed are below, and everyone involved has my sincere gratitude.
Special thanks to the Venue Operators who referred most of the talent on the series:
Paul Kulak, and all the folks at Kulak's Woodshed. Paul's invitation to us to videotape in the Woodshed inspired this TV series.
Rob Zucca, Bruce Teitell and all the folks at Hallenbeck's General Store for providing great sound engineering and a great setting for part of the series.
Bob Stane and all the folks at Coffee Gallery Backstage, Altadena, for providing a great setting and providing immeasurable wisdom on the business of "show".
Thanks for the help and cooperation of these locations:
Jennifer's Coffee House in North Hollywood, Molly Malone's in Los Angeles, Taix Restaurant in Los Angeles and The Jazz Bakery in Culver City, the Baked Potato in Studio City, Hoague Barmichael's in Newport Beach, Domenico's Restaurant in Pasadena, Hollywood Wax Museum, D.B. Cooper's Record Store in Burbank, Los Angeles Japanese Gardens and Walther School in Hollywood for their kind and generous cooperation.
And, of course, thanks to the talented artists who appeared in the series. They all deserve great success! See them all at:
And my Mom and Dad, Sisters and Brother who always supported and encouraged my creative side.
And Liz Korda, John Leverence and the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for their many valuable services and contributions to the Television Industry.
And the Academy Members who voted for our series!
And George Adjieff, West L.A. Music
And Garry George
And Grant Baciocio, Throwing Toasters, who should have been in the show but we didn't know how loud he sang and we goofed up the levels. You've got a rain check, toaster man.And Hal Cohen, L'il Hank's Guide for Songwriters, http://www.halsguide.com/
And Bill Margolin, Talent Consultant, Entertainment and full-service Attorney, Actor and Funny Guy
And Joni Margolin for generous support of the project
And Paul Ryan Productions, Talent Consultant, Talent Coach
And Emmet Chapman, Inventor of the Chapman Stick
And Peter Arceneaux, Shoe Shines in Burbank
And Elizabeth George and Naked Snake Music for permission on the song "Dixie Chicken"
My personal thanks to my dear love Barbara Jansen who doesn't hesitate to apply her full support to any zany thing I do.
Look for great things to come from Jerry Day Productions!
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