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The 11th Season of The Nite Show is full effect. The gang is back at Husson University’s Gracie Theatre in Bangor after several months of "scaled back editions" of the show from Dan's basement or an office conference room. Best of all, Danny is on a run of all-new episodes that will last till the month of May!

Radio Month on The Nite Show welcomed a face and voice only a mother could love. Our Townsquare co-worker Wayne Harvey, former anchor at WABI-TV5, who hosts a sports/talk show on our sister sation 92.9 The Ticket. He makes his return to The NIte Show to talk about radio, and "Wayne's Wiffle for a Wish", which benefits The Make A Wish Foundation.

Singer Rick Charette returns to The Nite Show for the first time in 8 years, and makes his first public performance in more than a year. Charette officially retired in 2018 after decades writing and performing children's music, and he visits The Nite Show to perform his classic "I Love Mud"

For St. Patrick's Day, the show wanted to go to Ireland. When we they told that was a definite "no," they did the next best thing, they found a little girl named Ireland, and had a chat with her at Geaghan's.

Another new show airs this Saturday after March Madness and the late news, with a radio guy who has been on the air in Bangor, Augusta, Portland, and now statewide online. Jeff Pierce was recently named Operations Manager for Wreaths Across America Radio, part of Maine Internet Radio.

The amazing local band, The Crown Vics, return to The Nite Show stage to bring their unique brand of fun and high energy to viewers throughout the state.

You can catch The Nite Show with Danny Cashman every Saturday night in Bangor at 11:30 on WABI-TV5. Saturday nights in Portland at 10:30 on WPFO, FOX 23, and 1 a.m. on WGME CBS 13, and in Presque Isle on Saturday nights at midnight on WAGM FOX 8.

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