Our pal Danny is back this Saturday night!

The 11th Season of The Nite Show is upon us. They have returned to the show's home base of The Gracie Theatre in Bangor after several months of "scaled back editions" of the show from Dan's basement or an office conference room. There is no audience in the theater and there are visible changes being made to ensure safety. Saturday's episode begins a run of all new shows through the month of May!

The Nite Show spends Valentine's Day Weekend back at The Gracie Theatre for the first time in nearly two months, and they have some very cool guests. You might remember Joanne Palombo-Mccallie, she was the amazing woman who coached the University of Maine Women's Basketball Team to 6-straight NCAA appearances. She went on to coach at Michigan State and then Duke. She now has written a book about her diagnosis with bipolar disorder at the age of 30, while coaching in Maine. It's called "Secret Warrior," and it's out this Tuesday.

David Bullard is a Maine musician, who has a new song called "Front Line Heroes" that is reflective of the times we're currently in. He performs it this Saturday night on the show.

And much like the Z Morning Show, Nite Show co-host, Christie Robinson has a sandwich named after her at Tiller & Rye in Brewer. It's called the "Monti Christie"

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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